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Port St Lucie Culvert Repair 

Lucie Concrete specializes in Culvert Repair and Replacement. A damaged culvert can cause major damage to your driveway and property. Call us today for a free estimate.

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Culvert Replacement 

A culvert is an underground tunnel that moves water from one side of the road to another. It’s made from either concrete, plastic or steel and it can be installed under your driveway.

Most culverts were installed many years ago leaving them to now need repair and maintenance. This repair can cause thousands of dollars and a lot of time. Thankfully, Lucie Concrete and Driveway can help. We offer the best concrete services for your home or business. Our team we’ll make sure your property looks great too!

It is important to get ahead of this issue. The sooner you call us, the sooner we are able to come fix the issue and save you some money. You don’t want to wait until it’s too late and your project has been delayed because of an unfortunate design choice or lack thereof. Call us now for more information on how we can help you with your next project!

Culvert Repait

Free Estimate on Culvert and Driveway Repair

Culverts are versatile structures that can be found in many shapes and sizes. They’re used for a variety of purposes, such as relieving drainage at roadside ditches or passing water under roads without too much hassle; some even have bridge-like features so you don’t need to worry about your car getting flooded when it rains! The best part? You probably never know they exist unless someone tells us how awesome these things really work!”

When a culvert is in bad shape it can cause problems for homeowners. Not only does the rust make any repairs difficult, but there’s also often an issue with water flow which makes flooding more likely than not-and if you live near rivers this will certainly create some serious issues! Thankfully these situations usually don’t last long because hiring Lucie Concrete saves time and money as well: Our team has all of our equipment ready at our disposal; let us take care of  what needs fixing without disrupting other areas around your home or business.

Culvert frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to replace a culvert?

Installing a culvert is an expensive venture. You can expect to pay $1,000-$9K with the average cost being around 4500$. This price may or may not include any materials like stones/rocks for lining your drainage ditch but will include resurfacing whatever area of driveway was previously sitting on top if it’s concrete then you’re looking at another expense altogether!

How long does a culvert last?

Metal culverts can last for a very long time, typically somewhere between 25 and 50 years. The factors that affect this are the thickness of your wall materials as well as how much corrosion or other wear-and-tear there has been on it in its lifetime so far; these things all contribute to what estimated service life you might get from any one specific type.


In practice, the expected service life of concrete pipe is generally 75 to 100 years. The service life of concrete pipe depends greatly on the class of pipe and the environment in which it is installed.

Why do culverts fail?

Culverts are a necessary evil in many areas, but they can also be dangerous if not maintained properly. They’re often subject to wear-and tear from natural causes such as weathering or human activity like traffic accidents which cause them failure sooner than expected .


Just get in touch with us today and let us help you. We strive to provide quality customer service and work for all of our clients. We want to make sure that your requests are done properly and effectively. We want to help you so give us a call today. After you make that call then we can set up an appointment to make an at-home visit to see the project. After that, we can set up an appointment and get started on the job. Once started, you will not have to lift a finger. We will be in and out and get the job done so you can continue going on with your day. Let us come help you today!


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