California Patio Construction Costs

What is the cost of concrete patio installation in California?

The cost of concrete patio installation in California is $7.45 per square foot (4 inch reinforced slab).*

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California Patio Contractors & Prices

California Patio Construction Cost Data

Concrete Patio Installation - 91729, California


$6.11 to $8.19 per square foot (4 inch reinforced slab)
Estimate takes into account labor. It also includes 4" concrete patio, standard finish, and project cleanup. Cost estimate excludes concrete removal, staining, odd shapes, and custom designs.

Reported on April 18, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Brick Patio Installation - 92025, California


$16.17 to $17.78 per square foot installed (mid-grade brick)
Includes brick paving labor cost. There is no additional charge for gravel subbase, bricklaying (dry-set in straight pattern), sand, and cleanup. Additional cost for odd-shaped bricks (non-rectangular), major grading or re-sloping, curvy designs, mortar-set brick, or removing an existing walkway or patio.

Reported on May 23, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Brick Patio Repair - 95407, California


$25.00 to $35.00 per hour (plus material cost)
depends on access

Reported on May 29, 2016 by Erick Reynoso, Rock Star Masonry

Concrete Patio Installation - 91793, California


$6.01 to $8.06 per square foot (4 inch reinforced slab)
Labor is included in this installation of a poured concrete patio estimate. Price accounts for 4" concrete patio, standard finish, and project cleanup. Additional charge for concrete removal, staining, odd shapes, and custom designs.

Reported on April 18, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Brick Patio Installation - 92842, California


$17.96 to $19.75 per square foot installed (mid-grade brick)
Cost estimate considers the price of brick paving. Price accounts for gravel subbase, bricklaying (dry-set in straight pattern), sand, and cleanup. Does not include odd-shaped bricks (non-rectangular), major grading or re-sloping, curvy designs, mortar-set brick, or removing an existing walkway or patio.

Reported on May 23, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Brick Patio Repair - 95127, California


$3.50 to $6.25 per hour (plus material cost)
I believe it's only fair to look at jobs individually I don't think charging per square foot is fair if I do something that has for electrical outlets involved in an 600 square feet a patio I don't think it's fair that someone that has 500 or 600 or 700 square feet of patio that has one electrical outlet should have to pay the same price per square foot

Reported on November 1, 2015 by John Porter, smartpeoplesolutions

Concrete Patio Installation - 90503, California


$6.46 to $8.65 per square foot (4 inch reinforced slab)
Includes pricing for installation of a poured concrete patio. Cost takes into account 4" concrete patio, standard finish, and project cleanup. Excludes concrete removal, staining, odd shapes, and custom designs.

Reported on April 18, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Brick Patio Installation - 90802, California


$16.97 to $18.66 per square foot installed (mid-grade brick)
Cost takes into account labor. Also includes basic site preparation, standard bricks laid in a simple pattern, and cleanup. Price does not include mortared brick patios or walks, concrete slab base, complex patterns, or demolition of an existing surface.

Reported on May 23, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Concrete Patio Installation - 91734, California


$6.09 to $8.16 per square foot (4 inch reinforced slab)
Cost estimate range considers concrete patio installation labor. Accounts for the price of 4 inch concrete slab, supplies, and cleanup. Items excluded: concrete demolition, stamped concrete, and stained concrete.

Reported on April 18, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team

Brick Patio Installation - 91355, California


$16.18 to $17.80 per square foot installed (mid-grade brick)
This is a general price for brick patio or walkway installation. Cost includes mid-grade brick, gravel base, masonry sand, and other materials for dry-laid installation. Excludes mortared brick patios or walks, concrete slab base, complex patterns, or demolition of an existing surface.

Reported on May 23, 2018 by ProMatcher Research Team
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