5db3845c68544cc78733aba414fd9b7dDecorative Concrete Costs

Due to the many variables in decorative concrete projects, we are unable to give you a firm estimate without first speaking to you and/or seeing the project site. You can, however, get a rough idea of costs for your project from the information below. Click here to schedule a free estimate.

Variables Affecting Decorative Concrete Costs

Square Footage
The size of your project is an important factor in price per square foot. In general the larger your project, the lower the price per square foot. We have minimum square footages for decorative concrete (450 SF).  Projects over 10,000 SF will have much lower prices per square foot than are outlined below. Please call for special pricing for large projects!

We serve clients across Mid Missouri and Surrounding Area’s. Our mobilization costs will be factored in to your project estimate. These include costs for fuel based on mileage from our headquarters.

Spalling concrete or cracked concrete will require repair prior to refinishing and repair costs will vary depending on the condition. Repair costs are not included in the estimates below. Special care needed to protect existing landscaping or structures may also add to your cost.

Weather Conditions
Temperature and moisture are big factors that affect how long it will take to complete your project. Concrete takes much longer to cure and/or dry in cold, wet conditions. Some outdoor jobs that can be completed in one day during the summer, might take multiple trips during colder weather, thus increasing your cost.

Complexity of Finish
More complex patterns, colors and finish options will add to your cost. Extra charges for custom saw cuts, hand-staining, accent stencil’s or logo’s, and other specialty finishes will apply.

Other Factors
There are many other factors that can affect the cost for your project, such as the need for caissons, steps, thickened edges, supports for posts, and special drainage considerations. Please inform us of any special circumstances that will affect your project.

Decorative Concrete Cost Ranges

The cost estimates below are ranges for residential projects under 1000 SF. Remember, there are many variables affecting cost, so please call to understand costs for your specific situation. If you have a commercial project, please call for commercial pricing.

Tearing Out Old Concrete
We do NOT do this type of work, but these are common prices found. For up to 250 SF, costs for tearing out concrete is just under $3/SF. Beyond 250 SF, the cost varies between $1.75-$2/SF. Considerations such as thickness and rebar will affect the cost.

Pouring New Concrete
We do NOT do this type of work, for pouring new concrete is $1800 (which covers up to 125 SF). If your project is between 125-200 SF the total cost will likely be around $2000. Above 200 SF, the price per SF starts around $10/SF, and drops to approximately $6/SF above 800 SF. If you want to add color to the concrete mix, you can expect to add between $.75-$2.25/SF, depending on color.

Resurfacing Existing Concrete
The following estimates apply to projects between 500 SF to 5,000 SF. Please call us for an estimate if your project is larger than 10,000 SF.

Acid Stain: $3.50-$6.50/SF (includes prep, grinding, staining, sealing)

Spray or Texture Trowel Overlay: $4-$8/SF (includes prep, overlay, standard color/stain, sealer)

Stamped Overlay: $9-$15/SF (includes prep, overlay, stamp, standard color/stain, sealer)

Epoxy/Polyaspartic/Resin/Industrial Coatings: $4-$8/SF (includes prep, coating, color/chips)

Cleaning & Sealing Concrete
We can clean and re-seal your decorative concrete for a cost range of $0.90-$2.25/SF. We thoroughly clean and pressure wash the concrete, then we apply solvent-based sealer with slip resistance.


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Rick LaFata
Custom Concrete Design




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