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What is the cost of putting in a 12x8 ft concrete slab to hold a garden shed?

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Posted by: from Cambridge
3/15/2019 at 11:11:24 PM

Estimation on the installation of a concrete slab 12x8 ft probably 4in thick to hold a new garden shed. also what would be the time frame to complete

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Andrew from Just Clean Carpentry in Toronto
Date/Time3/16/2019 at 12:58:20 PM

$500 3 days to complete

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Date/Time3/16/2019 at 9:04:41 PM

We could have that done in 1 day. Concrete minimums would apply from suppliers but I could get it done for 1850.00


What is the cost of putting in a 12x8 ft concrete slab to hold a garden shed?
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Date/Time3/16/2019 at 9:06:35 PM

Good afternoon.

It is difficult to say without seeing the yard access, slope of yard etc. It would certainly be more cost efficient for you if you had no specific time frame for the job because then we could piggy back your small pour onto another one in your neighbourhood so that you don't incurr the underload costs of such a small batch of concrete. If we just poured yours the concrete alone would be $250 plus the underload fee of $250 so that is $500 before any labour. If it could be done at the same time as another job you could save considerably. Having said that if it was done simultaneously with a job close by your place you would be looking at about $1000 to $1100

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Everton from Dadli Concrete in Ajax
Date/Time3/16/2019 at 9:06:59 PM

Hi cost would be $1300 2days to complete

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Date/Time3/16/2019 at 10:48:21 PM

Your looking at around 3500$ after labour and material. :) hope that helps, have a great day.

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Konstantinos from Zachos Construction Ltd in Milton
Date/Time3/17/2019 at 12:24:39 AM

That will be 1800 with in taxes 1 day job grass removal soil gravel and wire mesh

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Randy from Top Choice Reno in Newmarket
Date/Time3/17/2019 at 2:52:11 AM

GOOD AFTERNOON

FRAMING A CONCRETE SLAB 12X8 FT CONCRETE 4INCH THICKNESS 3450 DEPENDS ON LAND SLOPE AREA OF WORK. ALSO COMES WITH 1 YEAR WARRANTY

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Date/Time3/17/2019 at 3:36:32 PM

Good morning .. you would be looking at around $1200 for us to set up an pour a 12 by 8 sleb.. Now it can't be poured on top soil it would have to be dug out and 8 of A gravel put in before we could set up an pour ... thanks Andrew

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Date/Time3/18/2019 at 3:17:08 PM

You're looking at a cost of 2500.00

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