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Old 01-20-2013, 12:25 PM   #1
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Hey, Just wanted to see if anyone could give me a price range i should expect to replace my front steps. Doesn't have to be any special material concrete block and poured concrete is fine. Existing Landing is approximately 5'x8'. Width of stairs approx 5'. 5 Risers. See image..... thanks!
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$10,000. Maybe more.

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"How much will it cost?" Asking for price estimates here.

When we sold our last home in rural Oklahoma, the new owners were starting renovation as we were moving out. They had a construction dumpster backed up to the front porch so they could just step out the front door and toss stuff.

I'm guessing in a big city just the demolition cost can add major $$$. Dumpsters, permits, permits for dumpsters, etc. etc.
Getting some estimates is the best way to go.

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