Building Contractors in Bangalore and Labor contractor rates
Labor Contractors rates in Bangalore: Rs 230 to Rs 280 / sq ft
Induces: All Civil works, Sump tank, Compound work, Parapet wall, Overhead tank.
Excludes Plumbing work, Electrical work, Tiling / Flooring work, Paper works.
Building Contractors rates in Bangalore: Rs 1300 to Rs 1750 / sq ft (Basic finish)
Induces: All Civil works, Plumbing work, Electrical work, Tiling / Flooring work
Excludes Paper works, Interiors, Modular kitchen.
Construction rates in Bangalore for labor and building contractor get differed quotes based upon the specification of structures. Also, if one wishes to construct with a highly innovative style of architectural design, then they need to spend the extra cash for procuring it.
Also, before opting for a building contractor, it is recommended to analyze whether they will be capable of providing service as per one’s requirement.
Also, it is advisable to have a clear discussion regarding the materials which need to be used for the construction process, and one should maintain clear detail regarding the costs spent on buying materials and labor for future clarification.
As Architects, we give house plans always thinking ways to reduce the construction cost.
Construction rates of Labor contractors and Building contractors
Constriction work can be done in two ways labor contractors and building contractors, A labour contractors in Bangalore quote Rs 230 to Rs 280 / sq ft which includes all civil works including brickwork, concrete work, earthwork, centering work, etc.,
But a labor contractor doesn’t include works like flooring, electrical and plumbing. When one takes into account the real estate business during the past few years, there find to be accelerating improvements in this business despite an increase in the rate of interest charged against home loans.
The cost of construction and the property is kept on escalating but on the other hand; there seems to be prevailing continuous demand among people to procure it. Approximately 39% of the whole count of residential house property that was launched during the last year, cost around Rs 2500 to maximize Rs.5000 per square feet area.
The Current Building Construction rates in Bangalore for labor and building contractor even though keeps on increasing, demand among customers do not seem to be down.
- 1 Building Contractors in Bangalore and Labor contractor rates
- 1.1 Building Contractors and Civil residential Construction rates for 20×30 30×40 40×60 30×50 50×80 Sites
- 1.1.1 20X30 G+1 OR G+2 FLOORS BUILDING CONTRACTORS Cost
- 1.1.2 30X40 G+1 OR G+2 G+3 FLOORS BUILDING CONTRACTORS Rates
- 1.1.3 40X60 G+1 OR G+2 G+3 floors BUILDING CONTRACTORS Rates
- 1.1.4 50×80 G+1 OR G+2 G+3 floors BUILDING CONTRACTORS Rates
- 1.1.5 Revenue Sites or Odd Sites which are Formed by not taking any Government Approvals
- 1.1.6 As BUILDING CONTRACTORS know OUR PROCEDURE of BUILDING a HOUSE . . !
- 1.1 Building Contractors and Civil residential Construction rates for 20×30 30×40 40×60 30×50 50×80 Sites
Building Contractors and Civil residential Construction rates for 20×30 30×40 40×60 30×50 50×80 Sites
As we know Bangalore’s real estate market is growing at a rapid phase one of the major driving force behind this is IT technology and related services. Also, several Startup companies prefer Bengaluru for setting up their Business. This is led to an increase in Housing demand.
Hence, One needs to be sure What budget one needs to keep aside to build his dream home. Below are different scenarios that one might face will concerning the cost of Site purchase and a civil contractors cost for it.
RATE CONSIDERATION: We have considered Rs 1700 / sq ft for the Civil rates. Other charges will include Plan Sanctions, BESCOM Deposits, Temporary Electrical connection, BWSSB charges, Road cutting, etc. BUA: Built-up Area.
20X30 G+1 OR G+2 FLOORS BUILDING CONTRACTORS Cost
Site Cost: Rs 30 to 45 Lacs.
We have considered 20×30 or 600 sq ft at Rs 6000 /sq ft where one can purchase in decent locations such as Sarjapur Road, Hosur road, Bannerghatta road stretches.
One can also look at the possibilities of exploring further from the city. So that the site purchase cost will be reduced this will eventually reduce the project costing.
Note: These are small sites where generally no setbacks or minimum setbacks are seen which will impact the natural light and ventilation. If one is planning to construct a duplex house having just the minimum budget, then this might be his best option to choose.
DUPLEX HOUSE G+1 Floors : Built-up area 1000 sq ft : Contractor rate : Rs 20lacs
Ground Floor: If one is planning to construct a duplex house of 3bhk with one car parking with Living + Kitchen + Small Dining + Common bath + Small bedroom with Internal staircase to First Floor.
First Floor: Small living if possible + 2 Bedroom with one attached bathroom and one balcony facing the road.
RENTAL CONCEPT: G+2 or G+3 Floors: BUA: 1500 sq ft to 2000 sq ft: Rates: Rs 25 lacs to 34 lacs.
Ground Floor: Either this floor can be kept entirely open for parking if one is going for a G+3 structure. In other cases, if its G+2 floors one can have a space of 5 to 10 two-wheeler parking with one 1 bhk concept with an external staircase which leads to upper floors.
First to Third Floor: Can have a 2Bhk rental concept.
Note: This option is widely followed on most of these plots, where it would be optimized for rental houses.
30X40 G+1 OR G+2 G+3 FLOORS BUILDING CONTRACTORS Rates
Site Cost: Rs 50 to 80 Lacs.
Generally, these 1200 sq ft or 30×40 sites are the most common plot dimensions seen in Bangalore. Nearly most of the private layouts or approved layouts by BDA, BBMP, BMARDA have almost 65% of these plots.
Note: These are the ideal plot sizes preferred by most of the middle-class population who account for the majority of a metropolitan city population. In design, there is enough scope to provide excellent natural light with decent ventilation.
DUPLEX HOUSE : G+1 or G+2 Floors : BUA : 1800 sq ft to 2600 sq ft : Contractor Rates : Rs 30 to 45 lacs.
Ground Floor: 1 Car + 2 to 3 Two wheeler parking slots + Living + Open Kitchen with utility + Optional storeroom + Common bath + Guest bedroom Internal stairs to F Floor.
First Floor: Two Master bedroom with bath + One sufficient space for balcony + Family area.
Second Floor: If budget is permitting one can goof added luxury amenities like Gym room, Media room, Terrace landscaping, bar counter, etc.
Note: The above concept is worked out for a 3Bhk duplex house, one can easily stretch over the available budget if there are sufficient funds to plan on the second floor.
RENTAL CONCEPT : G+2 or G+3 Floors : BUA : 2600 sq ft to 3400 sq ft : Cost : Rs 45 to 60 lacs.
Ground Floor: 2 car parking + 1 Single bedroom. If one is proceeding with G+3 floors, then the entire proposed ground floor has to be left for a parking area.
First to the Third Floor: 2 Bhk concepts on each floor.
Note: As per government bylaws one can build a FAR of 1.75 times of their plot dimension, In this case, it comes close to 1200 sq ft x 1.75 times = 2100 sq ft area. In most cases on such plots, one can see building violations from 10% to 25% violation done concerning the government bylaws.
40X60 G+1 OR G+2 G+3 floors BUILDING CONTRACTORS Rates
Site Cost: Rs 80 Lacs to 1.2 cr.
These are one of the best plot sizes that one can think about for planning to build their dream home. These 2400 sq ft or 40×60 plots can be a luxury for an Architect to plan and design as a beautiful house with all modern amenities.
However, the cost is a major hurdle as it’s very expensive especially if you plan to buy near your workspace.
DUPLEX HOUSE : G+1 or G+2 Floors : BUA : 3600 sq ft to 5400 sq ft : Cost : Rs 61 to 92 Lacs
Ground Floor : 2 covered car parks or garage + Landscaping + Sit outs + Foyer at the entrance + Formal living area + Open kitchen attached to utility + Adequate store-room + Puja room + Common bath + Master bedroom + Internal stair to above flrs.
First Floor: 2 or 3 Bedrooms depending on the requirements + Family living + Balcony overseeing landscaping below.
Second Floor: Additional to the F Floor one can plan the continuation of his requirements where the Architect can plan an Open bar counter, Sauna room, Terrace Jacuzzi, barbeque zone, Landscaping, etc.
Note: If one can afford this plot size for building your house, then you can get the best-designed space where an Architect can design his best proposals again which needs to be in sync with the available budget of the client.
RENTAL APARTMENT CONCEPT: G+2 or G+3 Floors: BUA: 5400 sq ft to 7200: Cost 90 lacs to 1.2 cr
Ground Floor: Minimum of 3 Car parking with Servant / 1 Bhk house, In case if considering to execute Apartment type design then G Floor should entirely reserve for parking only with one small security zone.
First Floor : 2bhk x 1 nos or Single 3Bhk with LIFT : 2 Master bed rooms + Dining + 1 Guest bed room + Small Dining space + Utility + Balcony + Common bath room.
Third Floor: Can be a continuation of below floors or can be customized if the Owner/Client wants to stay on the last floor which will be re-Designed to his specifications.
Note: For the above scenario we have considered at 2bhk at 800 sq ft each and Spacious 3Bhk at 1800 sq ft. There will be added for Lift for a G+3 floor which might cost Rs 10 to 12 lacs depending on the brand you choose.
50×80 G+1 OR G+2 G+3 floors BUILDING CONTRACTORS Rates
Site Cost: Rs 1.25 cr to 1.8 cr.
These 50×80 or 4000 sq ft sites are very expensive plots which cost a minimum of Rs 1 cr onwards. It’s would best site to build one’s dream house,
As it has sufficient space to meet all the needs and luxury living requirements for any Modern family. Ample space can be left for landscaping with pathways, waterbody, sufficient parking, etc.
DUPLEX HOUSE : G+1 or G+2 floors : BUA : 6400 sq ft to 9600 sq ft : Cost : Rs 1cr to Rs 1.50 cr
Ground Floor : Covered car parking spaces + Internal Lift if required + Conceptualized landscaping + large Veranda with sit out + French windows facing garden area at Living room + Dining + Island Kitchen concept + Utility + Store + 2 Master bed rooms + Common bath + Infernal stairs + 1 Servant quarters outside the house.
First Floor: 2 Large bedrooms with walk-in closet with attached bathrooms with shower enclosures + Balconies wherever required + Family living room + Home theatre etc.
Second Floor: In continuation, one can design the best luxury amenities like a Sauna /Steam room, Terrace bar counter, GYM room, Landscaping concept, etc.
Note: We have considered living areas of 350 sq ft, Bedrooms at 230 sq ft with a bathroom of 100 sq ft. One can also go for an independent single floor if a first and second floor is not possible within the present budget.
RENTAL APARTMENT : G+2 or G+3 Floors : BUA : 9600 sq ft to 12,000 sq ft : Cost : Rs 1.5 cr to Rs 2 cr
Ground Floor: Since its Multi-floor housing unit Parking area should be given Basement or G floor.
First Floor : 3 Bhks x 2 nos : 1 living + 2 Rooms + common bath + Puja room + 1 Guest bed room.
Second to the Third Floor: 2 Bhks x 3 nos (Plan changed completed to 1st floor)
Note: If the project is sanctioned for Apartment blocks, it should have sufficient parking slots should be given by providing a basement or the Stilt floor to take care of parking. Also, few small open areas can be provided for common amenities which will be shared by all apartment dwellers like swimming pool, children’s play area, Lift, etc.
Revenue Sites or Odd Sites which are Formed by not taking any Government Approvals
Site Dimensions : Generally varies like 30×40 30×50 30×60 40×40 (Odd dimensions)
Site Costs: The Plot costs of these unapproved sites in unauthorized will be relatively lower when compared to sites formed with the Approval of government authorities like BBMP, BMRDA, BDA, KIDB, Gram panchayats, etc. These are generally termed as A Khata sites.
Finical Difficulties: These Revenue sites are also called B Khata sites where the government collects taxes and gives B Khata certificate as a receipt for the tax payment. Most nationalized banks don’t take B Khata when opting for a home loan, Composite loan or Mortgage loan, etc. Hence, Site owners will go of non-nationalized banks to fund to purchase and construct where the interest rates are much higher.
Note: These B Khata plots are present throughout the city If one has sufficient funds and understands the risks of buying these can go for it. Since land purchase cost is less, they can keep a higher built-up area or budget for building contractors estimate.[divider scroll_text=”Move top”] .
As BUILDING CONTRACTORS know OUR PROCEDURE of BUILDING a HOUSE . . !
BUILDING a New HOUSE in Bengaluru is no easy task Today…! One needs to go through different hurdles right from Buying the Site to getting it Constructed.
It’s once in a Lifetime Dream of Building a House..! So, Decide Wisely..!
We spent hours at a stretch on Researching and Discussing the Hurdles faced by the “Owners ” & “ Contractors “ in the process of Building a House.
It’s taken us more than 3 months to understand the real problems faced by the Clients really and to come up with Simple but Effective solutions.
The FIRST Solution: was to give a “ DESIGN + BUILD ” services involving all Professional Designing aspects in all construction works carried on site. Offering Design & Build, save valuable Time and Money as it would be a single point of contact from designing to implementation.
The SECOND Solution: was to EDUCATE the Client about all possible construction work that will be carried out ensuring “CLARITY on WORKS ” without any hidden charges and the Steps taken to ensure the “ Quality of Construction ”. In this regard we have developed the below aspects :
Pls, Read below…….!
It’s your HOUSE that we are Going to BUILD…!
BEFORE THE START OF CONSTRUCTION WORK ON SITE :
SITE CLEANING: Removing All debris on the site to confirm whether the Site dimensions are correct.
Client: Has to be on the site in making sure that the Site boundaries are well marked.
ARCHITECT/STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS: All Architectural and structural working drawings prepared once Floor plans are finalized only which will be approved by the client.
Client: Any minor or major changes to the floor plan or elevation might affect the actual working Architectural/Structural drawings which intern might delay the progress of the work or add additional cost for redoing the work. Hence it’s always recommended to finalize and approve the plan before confirmation.
BUILDING PLAN SANCTION: Making sure that the proposed project has the required approvals for building construction from their respected authority like BBMP, BDA, BMRDA, GRAM PANCHAYAT, etc.
Client: Clients’ responsibility to get the required approval. The contractor will Inform/Educate the Client about the FAR available and the deviation that will be done to the actual site.
TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL CONNECTION: Electrical connection would be required for Borewell, Watchman Shed, Storeroom, Curing the cement surface, etc.
Client: It will be the client’s responsibility to get a Temporary connection by submitting all required documents to BESCOM and Pay the monthly bills on time.
TEMPORARY SHED/WATCHMAN ROOM: This would be required for Watchman to be present on the site to look after the construction work and safety of construction materials.
Client: Responsibility to allow the location of the Shed or Watchman room if it’s on the adjoining plot. The required permission and duration should be well informed.
SETBACKS: This is the area between the outer wall and the compound of the house. Generally, 3ft is advisable for suitable natural light and ventilation.
Client: Responsibility to inform the adjoining site’s owners about the Setbacks going to be left and Sorting out any Disputes/ Objections if any raised by them.
GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES: It’s a well-known fact that during the construction stage there might be visits done by representatives of government authorities like BBMP, BESCOM, BWSSB, etc. during the entire construction stage.
Client: Responsibility in sorting out any kind of disputes/questions/financial concerns with them.
BORE-WELL POINT: The bore well point will be given only after finalizing the Floor plan and foundation drawings. As the Borewell point should be outside the Foundation, as it might be required to be redrilled in the future.
Client: Generally the bore well point is recommended near the road or parking area, As it’s easy to maintain in case of any repair.
DELAYS/ STRIKES: In any finical year there one might come across Sand /Lorry /Bandh /Festivals / Transport / other Strikes due to which might affect the scarcity of construction labors or building materials. In these scenarios, major construction materials like Sand, Cement, Jelly, etc. might be sold at very premium rates which might lead to a slight delay.
Client: These Scenarios might be present from 3 to 15 days. The client needs to bear a premium difference amount other than the mentioned basic costs.
PAYMENT: In the field of construction nearly 60% of the Cost will be towards the purchase of Building materials, 30% for the payment of labor and 10% for miscellaneous works.
Client: The responsibility of a client is to Pay on time at every stage of construction. Failing to do so will lead to a stoppage of work on site. As the Building contractor needs to clear the Credit bill of the employed Labors and construction materials purchased within a week.
COLUMN/BEAM LAYOUT: The Structural Engineer will propose a proposed column and beam layout. In most cases, the Columns and Beams will be proposed in such a manner that it will be concealed inside the wall.
Client: Needs to see and APPROVE this layout so that structural drawings will be prepared accordingly.
SOIL TESTING: Structural engineer may Visit the site before Preparing Structural working drawings in case there is Loose Soil/Dumped soil noticed on site. In this Case: A Soil testing report will be carried out to know the bearing capacity of the soil.
Client: The load-bearing capacity of the Soil will be informed to the client, and all Structural drawings will be designed as per the report.
SUMP TANK: After getting the foundation drawings a sump tank of a sufficient quantity in between 9 to 10k liters will be proposed in the Parking/Porch area by the foundation drawings.
Client: Generally 9 to 10K litters would be sufficient to store water for a Built-up area of up to 3000 sq ft. In a case of multi-units or rental units, it’s advisable to have 12k liters of water storage.
PLINTH HEIGHT: It’s the general height of the Building from them mean road LVL considered as 0 LVL. The plinth height can be +3ft or more from the 0LVL of the road. Plinth height can be kept more if the road is still not a Pakka road or Unfinished surface/Mud road.
Client: Needs to see and APPROVE the informed height of the Plinth and the parking LVL.
PARKING LVL/ HEIGHT: Height or LVL of the parking varies from +1ft to + 1.5 ft above the road LVL generally considered at 0LVL. Note: Once we can have multi-levels by providing landscaping concepts before entering the main Plinth height.
Client: Needs to see and APPROVE the required height of the parking LVL.
SITE MARKING: As per structural drawings with Column Positions, Plinth beam layouts, Pit escalation markings with being marked on the site and approved by the STRUCTURAL ENGINEER before proceeding with the next stage of the work.
Client: First visual markings of the Columns, Beams and Sump tank positions can be seen. This is a Stage of work where the Setbacks are going to be seen by the Client and adjoining neighbors.
EARTHWORK EXCAVATION: Soil will be removed as per given Structural drawings, and the required pit will be excavated ‘, and concrete with 40 mm aggregates will be compacted at the bottom of every pit.
STEEL REINFORCEMENT: All Columns will be Fabricated together erected in every pit concerning structural drawings and concrete will be cast only after the STRUCTURAL ENGINEER approves for the casting of the columns.
CONCRETE FOR FOUNDATION PIT: Make sure that the concrete pit is clear of all debris, and the pit is well-watered before the concrete is cast. By using Vibrators to ensure that three are no major voids created in the concrete.
ERECTION OF COLUMN: Make sure its perpendicular on all Sides, Know the plinth bottom height, Implementing different levels of the plinth for parking and other areas if required.
INNER PLINTH FINISH: Make sure all Internal Plinth beams are supported by backfilled well-compacted soil.
OUTER PLINTH FINISH: Make sure outer that plinth will be covered by 2ft to 3ft of Size stone / Brick / Block masonry.
BACKFILLING: Make sure that all Soil is Back filled with and compacted by using water for every 3ft.
ANTI-TERMITE TREATMENT: Once the soil is well settled anti termite treatment in the form of Powder or Liquid form is spread onto the surface at the plinth level.
Client: By this process, one can avoid the formation of Termite voids created by the Termite colonies which can lead to a collapse of flooring into these voids.
40MM CONCRETE: Once the soil is well compacted up to the top plinth lvl after which. 40 mm concrete will be compacted up-to plinth top lvl.
GROUND FLOOR :
BLOCK/ BRICK: Brick/Block work construction will be started as per the architectural, civil working drawings.
Client: Needs to visit the site once the brick/blockwork starts. This is the first stage where the client can have a physical look at the Actual dimensions of all rooms.
SILL LEVEL: Is the LVL of Brick/Block constructed until the Window bottom lvl. After which the Windows location will be marked and constructed till the lintel level.
Client: Needs to visit the site to see the Exact placement of Windows/Ventilators/Openings as per approved final floor plan and working drawings.
OPENINGS: In this stage, all Openings will be left like Ventilator, Exhaust, Chimney, Windows, Doors, etc.
Client: Any other openings have to be informed at this stage only later on it might be difficult to create one.
LINTEL: It’s generally a small reinforced RCC structure Cast just above the Window top to distribute the load of the above walls onto the walls below.
INTERNAL LOFT/ SAJJA: It’s generally a 2” to 3” thickness RCC slab cast at Lintel LVL or 7ft above the flooring lvl to Act as storage space inside the room. In Today’s trend, it’s not being considered since most of the storage space is taken care of by Wardrobes which also has the loft done in woodwork.
Client: Has an option to get it done in RCC slab or done in Interiors by the carpenter.
EXTERNAL PROJECTION/ SAJJA: It’s generally a 2” to 2.5” thickness RCC slab projected from the External wall to protect the Window from Direct sunlight and rain. All their sides will be the Standard except the roadside which will be done as per the proposed design.
INVERTED BEAMS: it’s generally given at Balcony/Staircase depending on Structural drawings.
STAIRCASE: It will physically be marked and cross-checked multiples times before the staircase slab is cast. A standard staircase will have a normal Flat slab below. Other premium options are Folding, MS, MS with wood, Spiral, Round, RCC Cantilever, etc.
Client: If one wants to upgrade the Staircase option. It should be well informed in the earlier stage its self so that the reworks will be planned accordingly.
SLAB HEIGHT: Once the Brick/Block work reaches the desired Slab lvl or Beam bottom lvl. So that the Slab Framework can Start.
SLAB PREPARATION :
SUNKEN SLAB: A – 1ft sunken or BEAM Bottom slab is created at all bathrooms above the Ground floor to conceal all the sanitary lines which later can be backfilled by lighter materials and finally finished at normal flooring lvl.
Client: If a Sunken Slab is not Done, then one will have 6” to 8” Step up^ to access the Bathroom area.
FORM /CENTERING WORK SLAB: Ensuring proper, adequate no of supports to support the slab weight. After which all gapes should be well plastered and oiled so that no Cement motor leaks from the casting slab.
FORMWORK for BEAMS: Ensuring all the Beam layouts FORM/CENTERING are done as per structural design.
MATT: Mats are used on top of metal sheets so that the casted slab will have a rough texture at the bottom, which will have a good bonding between the cement plaster and the slab.
This also ensures that no cement motor leaks through the slab. Water will be sprayed before pouring concrete on these mats so that gaps will get reduced. As these Matts gets slightly expanded in the presence of moisture.
COVERING BLOCKS: A 20mm to 30 mm Elevation for the reinforcement is given through the slab and beams. So that the steel reinforcement doesn’t touch the Formwork below,
STEEL REINFORCEMENT: Making sure and cross-checking multiple times in making sure that all Steel reinforcement is done as per Structural drawings and approved by the STRUCTURAL ENGINEER.
ELECTRICAL: Making sure that all electrical works required such as Fan Points, Wall Points, Light points, Portico, Parking, etc. are taken care of.
Client: The client needs to visit the Site to see whether he is satisfied with all the required points as mentioned. Once this stage is done no additional Lighting or electrical points can be provided.
STAIRCASE CASTING: The Staircase can be cast well before the Slab casting which helps the movement of construction works and materials.
WOODEN PLANKS: Wooden planks will be laid on the Steel reinforcement for the pouring of the Concrete MIX. This step is followed to avoid unnecessary movements on the Steel Reinforcement.
ON SLAB CASTING DAY: All required Adequate Manpower will present like Masons and Labors. Further also Bar benders, Centering and Electrical workers to overlook the casting work.
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS: Slab casting making sure that all adequate materials are on site like Steel, Cement, 20 mm Jelly, Natural sand, Water, Storage space, etc.
SAMPLE REQUIREMENT of MATERIALS: For casting a 30×40 site preparation one needs to have adequate construction materials. Example: 900 sq ft Slab area
Cement : 100 Bags : Natural Sand : 700 Cft : Jelly 20 mm : 700 Cft
COLUMN STARTERS: One needs to raise column starters of 2” to 4” So that it acts as a Support for the column boxes.
BATH-WARE / SANITARY FITTINGS :
As per the Quote, all Basic Standard fittings will be included such as Health faucet, WC, Tank, Shower, Basic Mixer, Taps, Basins, Geyser valve for Hot and Coldwater.
PREMIUM UPGRADES: Huge cost variations and endless choices for Bath ware make a Client choose premium fixtures which will increase the construction cost.
PREMIUM OPTIONS: Rain showers, Shower partitions, Granite countertop with tabletop washbasins, Concealed flush tanks, Bathtubs, Jacuzzi’s, Solar provisions, etc.
SANITARY: All sanitary lines will be given within the site boundary.
Client: Needs to get the main sanity line connection from Site to a main sanitary line for which road cutting permission and other charges need to be paid.
As per any Basic Quotation for Building a House Sal wood window frames and Door frames with Sal wood window shutters will be considered. There might be cases of considering Teak wood for the Main door and Puja room it again depends on the given specifications.
Client: Other than Sal windows one can also look forward to going for Premium options such as UPVC Windows, Teak wood windows etc.
FRENCH WINDOWS / BAY WINDOWS: This will be an additional cost, As French/Bay window sizes will be much bigger when compared to normal window sizes and hence more expensive.
Client: Needs to see the Proposed 3D Elevation design of the building where the possibilities for implementing this option is ideal where also the Client needs to be prepared for additional expenses as per the increased window sizes.
UPVC WINDOWS: The cost generally varies from Rs 500 to Rs 1100 / sq ft for UPVC windows again depends on which brand or unbranded fits to the overall project budget hence there is huge price variation. It’s a better option when compared to Wooden windows as its more durable and more or less no maintenance required.
TEAK WOOD WINDOWS: The cost varies from Rs 1000 to 1300 /sq ft again depending on the Quality of teak wood used whether its 1st quality or 2nd quality Indian Teak, Ghana Teak, Burma Teak, etc. Going for this option of entire Teak will increase the overall Budget.
ALUMINUM WINDOWS: The cost varies from Rs 250 to Rs 400 /sq ft again depending on the Quality of frames used. This can be suggested for commercial buildings or Residential projects having multi-dwelling units such as PG, Rental houses, etc.
We shall discuss the different options available in the market such as Vitrified / Granite / Italian Marble / Wooden Vitrified / Wooden Flooring / Laminate Flooring / Natural Wood etc.
A suitable option will have arrived after Finalized which suits the requirement and overall budget.
Client: Can upgrade from basic to premium materials say Vitrified to Granite/Marble etc. Then a revised proposal for the difference in Material cost and laying charge will be proposed accordingly. Also, the wastage in a natural material like Granite/Marble is more compared to manufactured material such as Vitrified tiles.
Note: The difference in the Material cost from BASIC to PREMIUM material will be calculated on the overall Material purchased for the site.
LIVING /DINING/ KITCHEN: Generally 2×2 Vitrified flooring, flooring options can be proposed and finalized in the initial design stage its self. So that the project budget will be well planned and fits within the proposed budget.
SETBACKS: Generally the basic finish in the setbacks