Concrete is a common material choice for exterior curb and gutter designed to drain and control water flow around constructed property, like your home.
You will find that the cost to install average concrete curb and gutter depends upon drainage volume, surface area and material volume, preparation and special needs, and the labor rate.
In the following table the Labor Cost figure is what the able and prepared DIY persons should expect to save by performing the corresponding tasks.
Concrete curb and gutter: 200 feet of rolled concrete curved-curb; include costs for miscellaneous material, 25 mile delivery, equipment, and waste.
|Item||Unit Cost||Quantity||Line Cost|
|Rolled concrete curb: prepare and form, pour from truck, and finish 6" tall by 12" wide curb.||$4.27||per foot||200||$855|
|Upgrade (size): additional cost for 6" tall x 18" wide curb with small gutter feature.||$2.28||per foot||200||$457|
|Upgrade (gutter): additional cost for gutter, net 6" tall x 24" base for higher volume drainage.||$2.33||per foot||200||$466|
|Material Cost||$8.89||per foot||200||$1,779|
|+ Labor Cost (base)||$36||per hour||33||$1,188|
|+ Labor Cost (upgrade-size)||$36||per hour||4||$144|
|+ Labor Cost (upgrade-gutter)||$36||per hour||9||$324|
|Total Cost||$17.17||per foot||200||$3,435|
Prices range from $855 (200 feet of 6" x 12" concrete curb - DIY) to $3,433(200 feet of 6" x 24" concrete curb and gutter - upgraded) and also vary depending on your zipcode:
Local costs have been calculated by accounting for labor and material cost differences across different cities. To get accurate cost estimates, indicate yours: