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Concrete Cost Toronto, GTA, and Ontario

How Much Does Concrete Cost in Ontario?

Wondering how much concrete services cost in Toronto, GTA and beyond into Ontario? This article will provide all the necessary answeres about cost of concrete in Ontario, what impact the cost and more.

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How Much Does Concrete Cost?

Cost of Concrete in Toronto, GTA and Ontario

The cost of Concrete in Toronto, GTA, and Ontario ranges from $5-$30 per square foot. The specific price depends on the type of concrete you prefer, the concrete finish, how easy is it to access the site, do you require concrete removal services, and other details of your project. During the FREE estimate, our team will provide the specific price estimate for your project.

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How Much Does Concrete Cost?

Cost of Concrete Repair, Replacement and Other Concrete Services Toronto, GTA and Ontario

Cost of Concrete Sidewalks

Cost: $5-$30+ per square foot

Concrete sidewalk replacement entails the removal and replacement of an existing sidewalk that is damaged, cracked, or otherwise compromised. Initially, the old sidewalk is demolished, typically involving breaking up and removing the concrete debris. The site is then prepared by leveling the ground, compacting the soil, and potentially adding a gravel or sand base for stability. Reinforcement with steel mesh or rebar may also be incorporated for added strength. Finally, fresh concrete is poured, shaped, and finished to create a new, safe, and functional sidewalk, which must cure before it can be used, ensuring its longevity and durability. Cost of sidewalk replacement in Ontario varies from $5-6 to $30 per square foot depending on specifics of the project.

Cost of Concrete Removal

Cost: $2-$7+ per square foot

Concrete removal is the process of demolishing and clearing away existing concrete structures or surfaces, such as sidewalks, driveways, or foundations, due to damage, deterioration, or the need for replacement. This typically involves using tools like jackhammers, saws, or heavy machinery to break up the concrete into manageable pieces. Once broken up, the concrete debris is then removed from the site, often through excavation and hauling, making way for repairs or a new construction project. Concrete removal in Ontario costs from $2-$6+ per square foot, while reinforced concrete will cost $2-$7+ to remove.

Heated Concrete Cost

Cost: $10-$20+ per square foot

Heated concrete, often referred to as radiant heated concrete, is a technology that involves embedding heating elements, such as electric wires or hydronic tubes, within concrete structures like floors or driveways. These heating systems are designed to provide consistent and efficient warmth to the surface, making them ideal for preventing snow and ice buildup in cold climates or providing comfortable indoor heating. Heated concrete not only improves safety and convenience but also enhances energy efficiency by reducing the reliance on traditional heating methods. Heated concrete costs from $10-$20+ per square foot for manual systems, while automated heated concrete systems may cost more.

Asphalt Driveway Cost Ontario

Cost: $3-$5 per square foot

Asphalt and concrete each have their own set of advantages. Asphalt is sometimes favored for its lower initial cost, quicker installation, and ease of repair. Concrete, on the other hand, offers superior durability, longer lifespan, and lower maintenance costs over time, making it a preferred choice for high-traffic areas and areas with extreme weather conditions. The choice between the two materials depends on specific project requirements, budget considerations, and long-term expectations. Asphalt driveways in Ontario cost from $3-$5 per square foot.

Concrete Floor Cost

Cost: $500-$3,600

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Cost of Concrete Driveways

Cost: $5-$30+ per square foot

Concrete driveway replacement involves the removal and replacement of an existing concrete driveway that has become damaged, deteriorated, or is no longer functional. The process typically begins with the demolition and removal of the old driveway, including breaking up and hauling away the old concrete. Once the old concrete is removed, the area is prepared, which may involve leveling and compacting the soil, adding a gravel base, and reinforcing with steel mesh or rebar for added strength. Finally, fresh concrete is poured and finished to create a new, durable, and aesthetically pleasing driveway, which must cure properly before it can be used. Proper preparation and installation are crucial to ensure the longevity and stability of the new driveway.

Concrete Resurfacing

Cost: $3-$10+ per square foot

Concrete resurfacing is a renovation technique used to restore the appearance and functionality of aging or damaged concrete surfaces like driveways, patios, or sidewalks. It involves applying a thin layer of specialized concrete or overlay material onto the existing surface, which can be textured, colored, or stamped to achieve the desired look. This process not only enhances aesthetics but also improves durability and can help repair minor imperfections, creating a more durable and visually appealing finish.

Concrete Sealing

Cost: $1-$3+ per square foot

Concrete sealing is a protective process where a specialized sealant or coating is applied to the surface of concrete structures such as driveways, sidewalks, or floors. This sealant creates a barrier that helps prevent moisture penetration, stains, and damage from environmental factors like UV rays and chemicals. It enhances the durability and longevity of the concrete while often providing an aesthetically pleasing finish.

Concrete Removal and Disposal

Cost: $2-$8+ per square foot

Concrete removal is the process of demolishing and clearing away existing concrete structures or surfaces, typically using tools like jackhammers or heavy machinery. This is done to replace or repair damaged concrete, create space for new construction, or address safety concerns. Concrete removal costs vary depending on specific of the project from $2-$8+ per square foot or more.

Concrete Floor Cost Ontario

Cost: $5-$30+ per square foot

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Concrete Leveling

Mudjacking Cost: $3-$10+ per square foot

Mudjacking, also known as slab jacking, concrete lifting, or pressure grouting, is a method used to raise and stabilize concrete slabs that have sunk or settled over time. This technique is typically employed to repair uneven sidewalks, driveways, patios, and other concrete surfaces. Concrete leveling via mudjacking costs from $3-$10 per square foot. An average concrete leveling project ranges in price from $500-$2,000 and more.

Cost of Concrete Steps Pouring

Cost: $200-$600+ per step

Pouring concrete steps involves the process of creating staircases or steps using a concrete mixture poured into molds or forms that define the shape of the steps. Proper reinforcement, leveling, and finishing are essential to ensure the structural integrity and aesthetics of the concrete steps. Cost of concrete steps in Ontario varies greatly. Precast steps installation will cost less - around $200+ per step while concrete step pouring in Ontario can cost more - $200-$600+ depending on the width of the steps and other factors. Repouring steps can cost more, as it will likely require demolition and removal of existing concrete steps.

Concrete Curbing

Cost: $5-$20+ per square foot

Concrete curbing, also known as concrete edging, refers to the process of creating a border or barrier along the edges of various outdoor spaces, such as gardens, lawns, or driveways, using concrete. It serves both functional and decorative purposes by defining and containing landscape features while enhancing the overall appearance of the area. Concrete curbing can be customized in terms of design, color, and texture to complement the surrounding environment and landscaping. Concrete curbing price in Ontario ranges from $5-$20 per square foot.

Concrete Slab Pouring

Cost: $5-$20+ per square foot

Concrete slab pouring is the construction process of creating a flat, horizontal concrete surface, typically used for foundations, floors, or pavements. It involves the placement of a concrete mixture into a prepared area, followed by leveling and smoothing to achieve the desired thickness and finish. Proper curing and drying are crucial for the slab to gain strength and durability. In Ontario, concrete slab pouring costs from $5-$20+ per square foot depending on the thickness of the concrete slab, enhancements (heated concrete, reinforced concrete etc.), and other factors.

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Factors That Influence the Cost of Concrete

What Impacts the Cost of Concrete?

Specific price of concrete in your project will depend on a number of factors:

  • Concrete removal – a type of concrete that you have on your property right now, how hard or easy it is to replace it.

  • Accessibility – If the area that needs concrete replacement or concrete slab pouring is hard to access, it will take us more time to finish your project. As a result, the price will likely increase.

  • Type of finish – brushed concrete is the cheapest option, while decorative, stamped, or stained concrete will cost you more.

  • Add-ons – colored concrete, heated concrete, accent borders, and other additions can increase the price of your project.

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  • How much concrete leveling cost vs concrete replacement?
    Concrete leveling normally costs about 25%-50% less compared to concrete replacement. Exact price will depend on the specifics of the property, type of concrete that needs to be repaired or replaced and other requirements of the project.
  • How long will concrete repair last?
    Concrete repair normally lasts between five to ten years, however this can vary greatly from property to property depending on how frequently concrete is used, exposure to the nature and other factors.
  • How much does asphalt driveway cost vs concrete driveway?
    Asphalt driveway in Toronto typically costs $3-$5 per square foot, compared to concrete driveway at $5-$7 per square foot. However, in the long run concrete will likely last longer, require less maintenance. Concrete is also considered more durable and will likely last longer.
  • How much does an average concrete driveway replacement cost?
    You can expect to pay between $5-$20 per square foot of concrete driveway. An average total cost of concrete driveway construction in Toronto ranges from $3,000 to $20,000+.
  • Can I pour concrete myself?
    In some cases you may be able to pour the concrete slab yourself (provided that you don’t need a license or permit in your location). However, this is not recommended as there is a limited time you have before the concrete cures. If not done properly, your concrete slab may crack, or have limited durability, which will require concrete repair or replacement.
  • How big of a concrete slab can I pour myself?
    In some cases a diy project may be possible to pour a relatively small concrete slab (for example for bbq). However, larger projects like concrete sidewalks, driveways or even patio concrete slab pouring will require professional help. This is primarily because you have limited time to finish the concrete properly. If not done correctly, your concrete may not be as durable, will crack or break. In addition, in some locations and some projects may require permits or a license. Always speak to an expert before making decisions about concrete projects.

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