How much would a 3000 square foot building cost?
Costs vary widely, depending on the level of quality, finish, location, etc. Costs could range from e.g. $90/sq ft at the low end, to $500/sq ft (or more) at the high end. Taking a median price of $150/sq ft, a 3000 square foot house might cost about $450,000 to build from scratch. If you're asking about commercial buildings, different rates will apply.
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Answer . Impossible to answer. What kind of building in what condition? What type or amount of remodeling is wanted or required. Location of building. What if anything needs to be done to bring up to code. Plumbing, wiring, access, roof, and a hundred other things that are all variables.
What is the typical per square foot cost to build in New Hampshire (not including land)?
It would cost around 350,000 dollars cuz i have a 5560 square fot house in Manhattan,New York and it cost me about 650,000
One thing that all Florida homes have in common is their durability to strong weather conditions and high humidity. I estimated a cost to build a 2,324 sq ft Mediterranean style with real stucco siding in Broward County Florida to be $300,504 including a General Contractor markup of $35,334, but …excluding land and land development costs. (MORE)
It Depends on the builders, the materials used etc... It is impossible to answer that question
This is an easy one.... All you have to do is search the Multiple Listing Service or any commercial real estate database for recent sales/leases ... look at the average sold/leased square foot price. Then add them up and get an average for what the price is per sqft.. then just multiply that by 4000… sqft. Easy to do but you may not have access to the real estate system. So just contact me if your in Texas... I can handle it for you :) (MORE)
Depending on the type,style, single garage door or double and getting what you want are many of the variables involved. The area you live in also affects sq. ft. cost. As a contractor in North Florida I can say you should expect to pay a min. of $40 per sq.ft. using a contractor(licensed) and you co…uld possibly save 15-20% if you build it all yourself. There are many websites that offer an free estimate "guide" based on info you put into the slots. Do a search for estimated cost of building a garage, and you should get a few good hits. Theses sites offer a true real look at what your cost will be. Too many posts will tell you that the cost should be $25 per sq.ft and these individuals are giving very bad advice but it is based on what they or a friend"just did" and you have no way of knowing what was built. I hope this helps you a little.. I just priced a garage off of a complete materials list in building plans in NC. For a 2 car (24x28), 2 dormers, 12/12 pitch roof, and side door. I based it on contracting out grading and foundation and DIY everything else. I came to $28 a sq ft with an allowance for about $900 in extra material I may need. (MORE)
The average cost of building a 2,500 square foot house in NorthCarolina would depend on the location. The price may be as high as$250/square foot, making the total cost of the home $625,000.
Tough question, as prices vary greatly from market to market. NYC could be over $400 / ft. but in the south it could be as low as $100 / ft. I would suggest looking at the homes surrounding the proposed church (new construction only). Add about %20 to that number and you should be very close. Michau…d Builders Derek - - - - - Churches are VERY hard to price on a per square foot basis because the composition of the congregation determines in very large part the cost of the facility. If you have an electrician in your flock he might donate the labor to wire the church, then deduct the cost of labor from his taxes as a charitable contribution. If you have members who know how to do plumbing they might donate the labor to do the finish plumbing. Lots of people know how to paint; you'll get the church painted for the cost of the materials--or less; if you stand up and say "we need 40 gallons of exterior paint and 50 gallons of interior paint, and if you want to donate a gallon go to Home Depot, buy a $25 gift card and throw it in the collection plate next Sunday" you will get a LOT of $25 gift cards. I've seen churches go up for $15/square foot because so much was donated. (MORE)
There are many factors that will affect utility costs in anapartment in Manhattan. These factors include the area ofManhattan, what type of heating the unit has, the type ofinsulation and how protected it is from the elements.
Building cost (excluding land) varies from about Â£80 to Â£140 depending on the design, location, quality and and technical difficulty. For a high specification house, it could be as high as Â£180-200 or more.
No ... the land purchase price is totally separate. The SF cost of building includes the foundation and the structure built upon it.
How much a 700 square foot roof cost will depend on if you aredoing it yourself, or having it done by a professional. It alsovaries greatly depending on the materials being used. You shouldexpect to pay anywhere from 300.00 to 1,000.00.
The 1500 square foot building would have a rental cost of $21,000.You don't specify the terms of any lease.
The question you are asking cannot be answered with the supplied information. (And It reminds me of the riddle "which is heavier, a ton of bricks, or a ton of feathers?") Cubic feet is a measure of area, while square feet is a measure of volume. Area is calculated (in the case of a rectangl…e) using the equation Area = Length x Width Volume is calculated using the equation Volume = Length x Width x Height or simply Volume = Area x Height. Lets say you were working with concrete slabs (foundations). You want to build a garage that is 15ft wide, and 30 feet long. To calculate the square feet you would multiply the two, with a product (result) of 450 square feet. To find out how many cubic feet your slab is, you'dneed to know how thick it is. If the thickness is 8" you'd have the following equation. 450 square feet x 8/12 foot = 300 cubic feet. If the thickness is 1 foot you'd have 450 cubic feet. ( 450 Sq. ft x 1 ft = 450 Cu. ft) If the thickness is 16" you'd have 450 square feet x 16/12 feet = 600 cubic feet. You should get the point now. Distance is linear feet, area is square feet, and volume is cubic feet. They all measure different things, and require something to calculate the next. You cannot calculate the area of a room from its length (without measuring the width), in the same sense that you cannot calculate the amount of air in a room without measuring the height of the ceiling. (MORE)
I am building in Ely, IA near Cedar Rapids and it will cost meroughly $95 to $110 a square foot to build it. That includes meframing it and doing floors, tile shower, and cabinets. I will havewood floors and granite countertops so you can do it for less ifyou want. This is a three stall garage home …with two bedrooms and abathroom finished in the basment as well. This costs does notinclude the lot price. Concrete prices have increase quite bit inthe last 5 to 10 years so that concrete work came back higher thanI expected. Everything else was under what I expected pricewise. (MORE)
It is almost impossible to answer, depending on pitch, dormers, valleys. Get an estimate from homedepot, then you should be able to get a real good roofer that will do it for almost 1/2 the price they quoted you. I had a customer call them and was quoted 18,000.00 I did it for 10,000.00 with 30yr …shingles wind rated, new felt,, ice/water barrier on all edges, top of the line ridge vent. (MORE)
In order to start to estimate the time and material for a steel building erection , first you will need to estimate the man hours required to determine the man-hours per square foot of building. Erectors often can do a box 2400' building in as little as 4 days or .04 (men/hrs.) per sq.ft.) Based… on national averages of an experienced 4 man crew, the average time to erect a small 40 x 50 x 14, (2000') is 4-5 days. To estimate the man hours (men/hrs.) based on these averages: Â· Calculate: 4 men at 8 hours per day = 32 man-hours per day. 32 (men/hrs.) per day x 5 days = 160 (men/hrs.) per week. Â· Divide 2000 sq.ft. By 160 = .08 (men/hrs.) per square foot. (Average .05-.10 per square foot) Once you have estimated the man-hours per square foot, you can estimate the labor cost by taking the total man hours times the hourly wage per person. Next, you would take the total number of days that you would need equipment rental and calculate the equipment rental cost and transportation. Now, add your appropriate overhead for your monthly business expense. (Average 10- 25%) Don't forget to ad travel time, insurance cost or any of the other above mentioned or job specific items. Example: 40 x 50 x 14 2000 x .08 = 160 total man-hours x $25.00 per hour average $4,000.00 Labor 160 total (men/hrs) divided by 32 (men/hrs) day = 5 days rental at $500/day $2,500.00 Rental Travel time and expense at $100/day (100 miles) $500.00 Travel Subtotal $7,000.00 Add profit at 20% $1,400.00 Total Erection cost ($4.20') $8,400.00 Example: 100 x 100 x 18 10,000 x .06 = 600 total man hours x $25.00 per hour average $15,000.00 Labor 600 total (men/hrs) divided by 32(men/hrs) day = 18.75 days rental at $500/day $9,500.00 Rental Travel time and expense (within 1 hour of jobsite) No Charge Sub-total $24,500.00 Add overhead at 20% $4,900.00 Total Erection Cost (2.94') $29,400.00 These examples are given only as guidelines to assist a Builder in a method of evaluating final cost as you complete the work. Learning how to estimate the hours will also give the Builder some guidelines in ball parking the time and equipment rental to calculate if the rates of a sub-contract erector are reasonable. There are many other methods for estimating erecting cost and nothing is a substitute for experience. (MORE)
Depending on the location, it can range from $50 to $300 per square foot. New York City is a big city and it depends on where exactly you want to build this commercial building.
Just got our's quoted. We have a 3200 square foot home + 1000 square foot basement. The quote we recieved (and are going with) is 20,000.00 This also includes the potlights (they are all over the house) Hope this helps
It varies between states or company you purchase your square foot of a residential building.
I would say $1500 -$2000 to have a reputable name brand components delivered and dropped in your driveway. I can`t comment on installation as every job is different and it would need to be seen to get a price you could rely on to be real.
There is no way to calculate cost for a square foot of concrete (?" w x ?" l). In order to calculate cost you need to first calculate volume which requires a third dimension of height (?" w x ?" l x ?" h). Concrete is usually sold by the cubic yard (36" wide x 36" long x 36" high). Another factor in… calculating price of concrete is distance to delivery location. (MORE)
It depends on where you live and the build grade of the home. An insurance company uses a formulae that includes the cost of materials, The costs of labor, The quality and grade of build to come up with an average cost of build for any given territory. This is because Materials Contractor labor a…nd profit costs vary from place to place. For example, the cost of build for a tract home in some parts of the country might be as low as 40 dollars per square foot. While a custom home in a higher class neighborhood might run as much 900 dollars per square foot. (MORE)
There are too many variables to give you a definitive answer but you need to take the following into account.. 1) Your concrete has depth so it will be measured by the cubic foot (but more usually by the cubic meter).. 2) Depending on what it is being used for the ratio of cement : sand : stones w…ill change.. Most ordinary concrete 1:2:4 Foundations 1:3:6 Rough mass concrete Watertight floors, tanks, pits, etc 1:1Â½:3. 3) It is cheaper to buy your materials direct from a quarry than from a DIY store and cheaper still if you can buy loose rather than bagged material (my last materials from a quarry were Â£1 per bag or Â£10 for a one ton trailer full).. 4) Shop around for cement prices if buying a lot.. 5) If you need a large quantity consider premixed or the hire of a mixer.. 6) This stuff is heavy! Make sure you are capable of hand mixing / moving the quantity you require. (MORE)
InJune 2015, after careful review, the price to construct a newbuilding in Jamaica varies from JAD$ 15,544.00 to JAD$58,000.00 (approx.US$ 134.00 to $500.00 per sq ft) and canexceed JAD$ 62,150.00 (approx. US$ 550.00 per sq. ft.) To builda timber structure (using Raft Foundation) in Jamaica… variesfrom JAD$ 15,544.00 to JAD$ 23,432.00 (approx. US$134.00 to US$ 202.00) and up. To builda timber structure (using Strip and Pad Foundation) inJamaica varies from JAD$ 19,836.00 to JAD$ 28,188.00 (approx. US$ 171.00 to US$ 243.00) and up. To build a concrete structure using Strip and Padfoundation in Jamaica varies from: JAD$ 34,684.00 to JAD$58,000.00 per sq.ft. (approx. US$299.00 to US$ 500.00 persq.ft.) or can exceed JAD$ 63,800.00 (approx. US$ 550.00). However, to build a concrete structure using Raft Foundation in Jamaica varies from: JAD$ 20,996.00 to JAD$ 40,368.00 persq.ft. (approx. US$181.00 to US$ 348.00 per sq.ft.) or can exceed JAD$ 46,400.00 (approx. US$ 400.00). When building, the price to build are dependent on thesefactors: (i) The size of the building (ii) The shape and complexity of the building and it's design (iii) The buildings structural purpose and nature. (iv) The type of building materials to be used in and outside thebuilding (v) The shape, complexity, and the topography of the land (vi) The structural nature and capacity (strength) of the soil (vii) The ease of accessibility to and from the building site (viii) The Labor and Administrative Costs (xi) Taxes to be paid (N.H.T.; N.I.S.; P.A.Y.E.; STAMP DUTY TAX;and LEVY TAX) The RED ZONE (the DANGER ZONE) for both clients and buildersdesiring to build would be below: (i) JAD$ 15,544.00 (US$134.00) for timber (using RaftFoundation); (ii) JAD$ 19,836.00 (US$171.00) for timber (using Strip& Pad Foundation); (iii) JAD$ 20,996.00 (US$ 181.00 ) for concrete (using Raft Foundation) . (iv) and JAD$ 34,684.00 (US$ 299.00) for concrete( using Strip & Pad Foundation); (MORE)
You would be looking in the region of Â£2,250 p.a with rent protection. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
Depends upon what you build it out of? And how the building is outfitted (Fixtures, power, air conditioning, etc)
That depends on the location. A square foot of land in Nigeria will be different cost-wise than a square foot of land in Boise, Idaho.
Here in BC, Canada, you can expect to pay $25 a sq ft after everything is done.
There is no way of knowing. How much plumbing is involved, where is it located in the house, what has to be done to access it, what are you replacing it with?
There are too many variables to answer the question. Type of construction, location, layout, number of rooms, fixtures.
It depends on builders to builders. It all depends on their building techniques & equipments. If can cost high if you are using advanced & high techniques.
Please define "plastic" - I can think just offhand of over 20 different types of plastic at all kinds of differing costs.
Of coarse it depends on your location. Here in North Eastern PA The average is $16-$20 per square foot, depending on the county, township, or city you are in. It costs roughly $11-$13 for the materials and contractors average about $5-$8 per square foot for labor, not including steps. For example, m…y company charges approximately $18 per square foot to build a deck. If you wanted a 10x10 deck built, that's 100 sq ft. 100 sq ft x $18 = $1800 plus any stairs that may need to be built. (MORE)
Most pole barns are between $15-25 per square foot for a finished building. Many factors will influence the costs such as doors, Windows, Overhang and Siding choices. Pole barns are relatively cheaper than traditional stick built buildings because you are able to remove the cost of the concrete. Lo…cal concrete costs $5.5/ft2 poured. We built a 40'x64' w 14' sidewalls for 37k. This was a very basic building but was very useable for machinery storage. (MORE)
you will need to know if you will be using a dumpster bin for the gut materials-- this will require you to purchase a permit. How much will the permit cost you? You'll need to know --How long will you need the bin for How many people will you need to gut the home in what amount of time to meet dea…dline if any. How much will you pay the laborers and yourself will you add traveling fee for the permit plus permit expense. Are you supplying the tools to the laborers or do they have their own. If no dumpster is used who will buy the boxes and or Construction bags or who will tote the debris to the city dump How much is the city dump fee. I hope I gave you an idea of what to think about (MORE)
How much would it cost to buy 16 square foot of shingles your other question is how many square foot is ten bundles?
1 square is 100 square feet. Standard grade shingles, 3 bundles in a square. 1 bundle can be $16 to $25 depending on brand and the store. Ten bundles would be about 330 square feet.
Cost for painting the interior of a 200 square foot house depends on many factors. Brand of paint chosen will affect the cost, as would how much interior would need to be painted. Doing it yourself would save money over hiring professionals to do the job.
I just cheecked the web but I saw no such thing as a 900 square feet trailer. You may want a professional to take a look.Sorry I couldn't help you that much. :(
They don't use square feet in Switzerland, they use square metres. 100 square feet is approx 100m 2 . A 100m 2 flat cost about 1500 to 2000 Franks per month to rent, more in the big citioes and less in a small town. 100m 2 is small for a house, that would be just 50m 2 per floor. Houses start… at about 500 000 Franks purchase price. (MORE)
If you supply the paint you should be able to get a good painter in there for approx. .60 cents to a dollar a sf. I'm painting rentals at present in one sheen, one color for $400.00 labor only. Best thing for you to do is have 2 or 3 painters take a look at your painting project and give you bids. A…sk for references and pictures of their work. Any good painter will have an extensive number of both. Be sure to check (call) the references to see what they have to say. (MORE)
There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, …who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. There is no simple answer to that. It would depend on many factors,like the type of materials being used, who is building it, thescale of the house and materials needed and many other factors. (MORE)
Figure $80 to $150 a sq foot. 7000 sq ft @ $80/sq ft = $560,000
Total cost plus expenses and profit divided by the living area square footage. Generally it is a moving target unless it is a production style home where it has been built several times before.
Depending on where you buy the counter top depends on the price. Many retailers offer granite counter tops at different prices. For instance Home Depot charges between $50 and $70 a square foot while a company that just deals with granite will charge you between $120 and $150.
If you are buying a track home you can usually get into it for $100-125 per square foot. If you own the land and are hiring a builder to build a custom home, you will be closer to $150-200 or more. Track home builders buy materials in large quantities to keep prices lower. An average kitchen is goin…g to cost around 50k alone with appliances. (MORE)
The answer depends on where you are buying it and on its quality. The answer depends on where you are buying it and on its quality. The answer depends on where you are buying it and on its quality. The answer depends on where you are buying it and on its quality.
To build a 768 square foot deck, labor is about $3500.00, materialsabout $3500.00, and supplies about $900.00. You need to have$8000.00 ready to do the job.
Sorry, but there are too many variables in your question to give a simple answer. It will vary based on what material you use to build the house, where you build it, one story, 2 story, split level, basement, what sort of heat and A/C, how many bathrooms, what sort of floors, etc. By the way, that… is a VERY large house. (MORE)