From brick paver sidewalks to retaining walls, planters to patios, The 80027 Concrete and Brick Layers has kept up with the latest styles in Brick & Block building & construction. We excel in all areas of repair and custom installation. If you can dream it, we can build it custom for you!
If you are looking for a trustworthy and professional contractor to work on your foundation, driveway, sidewalk, patio, pool deck or any other concrete finishing project, you’re in the right place. From old concrete removal to forming and grading to the finishing touches, we’ve got you covered. We’re’ licensed and insured for your peace of mind, and we warranty our work. Contact us for your free estimate at (877) 967-1585
These are just a few of many concrete services we provide:
Sidewalks & Driveways
Curbs & Gutters
Stamped, Brushed, Decorative, & Stained Concrete
Concrete Patios and Pool Decks
Concrete Flooring & Walls
Concrete Footings & Slabs
Concrete Repair and Maintenance
As you may already know, concrete is one of the most versatile and durable building materials on the market – it is also very easy to customize and clean. As is true for all building materials, however, even concrete can have some normal wear and tear. If the damage is fairly limited – like a small crack – we can simply clean and patch the area. For more extensive damage, like deep cracks, we may need to take some extra precautions. If your concrete surface is heavily worn or if there are many cracks and areas of damage, you might want to consider concrete resurfacing, which can restore the appearance and durability of your concrete surface without the hassle of demolishing and replacing the entire slab. Give us a call and we’ll come take a look!
Other Services We Offer Include
Do you need to stabilize a hillside or terrace near your home or office? Or maybe you want to create an enclosure for your garden and a series of surrounding paths that fit the overall design theme of your home. We can design any retaining walls to accommodate an assortment of slopes at various grades and elevations.
The right brick pavers can transform your landscape and add incredible value to your home. Whether you want to redesign your driveway, add an interesting walkway around your home, or create a new gathering place with a finished stone patio, The Honey Do Service is the right partner for you. We have extensive experience in all-things stone and will work tirelessly to deliver the finished upgrade your home deserves.
Call us at (877) 967-1585 so we can assist you!
People also ask
Is it cheaper to lay concrete or pavers?
Pavers are always more expensive than concrete due to the manufacturing process. … As of publication, concrete costs around $3 to $5 per square foot, while pavers generally run between $5 and $15 per square foot. Your area’s cost of living will affect this price.Aug 26, 2011
Bricklayers on average lay 300-500 bricks per day subject to weather conditions and the complexity of the job. The current laying rate in Sydney is around $1.50 per brick but can be as high as $1.90. The current rate is due to a shortage of bricklayers which has been driven by a sharp rise in construction activity.Mar 4, 2015
How much does it cost per square foot to lay brick?
So a brick with a selling price of, say, $340 per thousand would cost $1.96 per square foot. A brick costing $500 per thousand would cost $2.88 per square foot. As with any other material, the product cost does not include the cost of labor or other materials required for installation.
Prices vary depending on the type of veneer 1, the size of the house and the condition of the walls, among others. It will typically cost $11-$15 per square foot to install stone or brick veneer 1 siding to a 1000 square foot addition, for a total of $11,000-$15,000.
Bricklayers do not earn $6,000 over four days as reported, as a bricklayer cannot lay 1,500 per day. Bricklayers on average lay 300-500 bricks per day subject to weather conditions and the complexity of the job. The current rates in Sydney are around $1.50 per 1,000 and can be as high as $1.90.Mar 4, 2015
If the lay is straight, no cuts, uncomplicated, double, then around 750 stock bricks a day for an experienced professional bricklayer. About 500 bricks properly layed ie: not the rubbish jobs you get these days because everything is going to be plastered over. So about 500 commons.Oct 11, 2017
On average, homeowners should expect that the costs of installation alone, which excludes the material prices listed above, will run anywhere from $2.50 per square foot all the way up to nearly $8 per square foot.
How much does it cost to pour a 24×24 slab of concrete?
According to our concrete slab material estimator, the average minimum cost per square foot of a concrete slab is $1.36 and the maximum is $1.88. By comparison, the price per square foot for a cement slab is $5.50.
Although the terms cement and concrete often are used interchangeably, cement is actually an ingredient of concrete. Concrete is basically a mixture of aggregates and paste. The aggregates are sand and gravel or crushed stone; the paste is water and portland cement. Concrete gets stronger as it gets older.
A typical two-car driveway is 16 feet wide and 38 feet long without curves or slope, for a total surface area of 610 square feet. It will typically cost $19.08 per square foot to be professionally supplied and paved with brick pavers. The DIY Material Cost is around $3.96 per square foot.
Paving a typical two-car concrete driveway of 16 feet wide and 38 feet long (610 sq. ft.) without curves or slopes costs $3,040. Therefore, the average cost per square foot amounts to $4.99, although it can be higher if excavation is needed.Sep 20, 2016
Plan on five bricks per square foot in a paving project. Plan on seven per square foot for a wall. The difference is due to the size of the bricks, the pattern used and the grout or mortar thickness. There are 500 bricks in a cube (about a pallet’s worth).
What is the difference between a bricklayer and a Mason?
A bricklayer, which is related to but different from a mason, is a craftsman who lays bricks to construct brickwork. … A stone mason is one who lays any combination of stones, cinder blocks, and bricks in construction of building walls and other works.
Brick and block masons earned a mean $24.40 per hour, or $50,760 per year as of May 2011, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, the lowest-paid 10 percent earned under $13.92 per hour, or $28,950 per year. The highest-earning 10 percent received a mean $38.74 per hour, or $80,570 per year.
A half brick wide wall requires 60 bricks per square metre. So the first stage is just to measure the height and length (including any piers) of the wall in metres, multiply them together to give the area in square metres, and then multiply this by 60.
Approximately 62,560 bricklayers worked in the U.S. as of May 2011, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The average hourly wage for all bricklayers, both union and non-union, at all levels of experience from across the U.S. was $22.50. Annual salaries range from more than $80,570 to less than $28,950.
How many square feet does a thousand bricks cover?
For example: If the height of the wall is 10 feet and its length is 20 feet, the area of the wall is 200 square feet. About seven modular thin brick are needed to cover a square foot, so 200 square feet X 7 thin brick per square foot = 1,400 thin brick to cover the wall.
On average, the cost of installing a cement slab can run between $3 and $12 per square foot of space. However, that number may be higher or lower depending on whether the terrain needs extensive work beforehand, the concrete thickness is unusual or the homeowner helped prepare the site.Apr 3, 2018
You will need to grind out the crumbled and cracked mortar and replace it. It may cost you $200 to $500 for materials and tools to repair your fireplace and chimney. A mason or contractor will charge you $1,000 to $1,500 for a chimney repair project.Jan 31, 2017
How many bricks does it take to build an average house?
Plan on 7 bricks per square foot. If you define average sized house as about 1,200 square feet, the perimeter of the house might be approximately 146 linear feet (25′ x 48′). Multiply that by a height of 8 feet to get a total square wall footage of 1,168. At 7 bricks per sf, you’ll need about 8,176 bricks.