Installing a brick wall may be part of a larger structure or may stand alone as a property border to keep out strays and prying eyes, and keep in your own loved ones and valuables.
You will find that the cost to install an average brick wall depends upon the length and height of the wall, the evenness and accessibility of the property, the material used and its reinforcing measures, and the labor rate.
In the following table the Labor Cost figures are what the able DIY person should expect to save by performing the complete installation.
Brick wall: built as a perimeter fence, 350 feet of 6' tall brick wall (2100 sq.ft.)
|Item||Unit Cost||Line Cost|
|Brick wall: standard wall assembly 6.55 bricks/sq.ft. and 3/8 mortar joint; including waste and misc. material. 410 hour task.||$4.99||per sq. ft.||2250||$11,228|
|Footing: 18" wide x 8" deep with #4 reinforcing bar steel including waste and misc. material. 18 hour task.||$3.65||per foot||380||$1,387|
|Equipment: footing trencher and power cement mixer; including transport and fuel.||$0.96||per foot||350||$336|
|Equipment and Material Cost||$37||per foot||350||$12,951|
|+ Labor Cost (brick)||$40||per hour||410||$16,400|
|+ Labor Cost (concrete)||$34||per hour||18||$612|
|Total Cost||$86||per foot||350||$29,963|
Prices range from $37 per foot (350 feet long x 6 feet tall brick wall - DIY) to $86per foot (350 feet long x 6 feet tall brick wall) 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: