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Old 02-12-2009, 08:33 PM   #1
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live in new jersey would like to know how much a square foot it is to have someone come and dig out a side walk which has grass and also one that has a side walk there and install new concrete thanks

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Call some local contractors to give you an estimate.

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live in new jersey would like to know how much a square foot it is to have someone come and dig out a side walk which has grass and also one that has a side walk there and install new concrete thanks
How many total ft2 is the job?
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Since this is a DIY site, threads requesting price estimates or guesstimates for contractors to do work are strongly discouraged.
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htf would we know ??? i'm out of nj for 8yrs - sidewalk back then was $ 38 running foot for 5' wide walk,,, that would change if it were located in passaic, hudson, hunterdon, sussex, etc county, of course.

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That, and the price of concrete is a pretty closely guarded secret. It changes day to day, mix to mix, customer to customer.
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be nice to each other!!!!!!!!


yesitsconcrete person....I don't care to read messages so rude, and I'm sure I speak for some others also.
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yesitsconcrete person....I don't care to read messages so rude, and I'm sure I speak for some others also.
you don't speak for me, no one speaks for me except me.
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response to "be nice...."


bwalley....that's why I wrote "SOME". Things can be responded to without using "initials" that could make a DIY'ER feel bad about a question. Not everyone is as educated on these subjects as others,and that is what this sights about I thought....Helping each other. Not to read "htf would we know" in response to a simple question.
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