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Detailed Cost Estimate

For Construction of

House

Of

Mr. abc xyz


At

New Delhi,India

From:-

Contents
1. Introduction 2. Cost Analysis 3. Specification chosen by you 4. Details of Material Complete) 5. Detail of Material (Stage wise) 6. Abstract of Cost a. Brick Work b. Roofing c. Steel Work d. Plastering & Pointing e. Wood Work f. Flooring g. Painting h. Electrical Work i. Water Supply & Sanitary j. Development Work (Boundary Wall, Grassy Lawn etc.)

7. Details of Quantities a. Brick Work b. Roofing c. Steel Work d. Plastering & Pointing e. Wood Work f. Flooring g. Painting h. Electrical Work i. Water Supply & Sanitary j.

Development Work (Boundary Wall, Grassy Lawn etc.)

8. Thank You!

1) Introduction
Resp. Mr. Kuldeep, First of all we would like to thank you for choosing GharExpert.com. Gharexpert.com can save you money during construction and if planned properly we all can save 10% or more on our home construction projects.

2) Benefits
Broad benefits of the detailed cost estimate are.

a. Dont let the contractor charge you more for a service


If you do not know the estimated quantity of material required to build your home, the contractor may charge more amount to do the same work. With the detail estimate sheet you can cross check the quotation provided by the contractor.

b. Better Planning can save big money


In most of the home construction projects, the money runs out before the home is completed. This happens because the home owners do not have a stage by stage cost estimate. A detailed cost estimate can help you avoid this problem. From detail estimate you will get the information about all type of materials required for the work and the information about the actual quantity of all the materials required. You can use this knowledge to make agreement with the supplier in advance to avoid fluctuation in the market.

c. Avoid Frustration, Material Wastage & Theft of the material


With the help of detail estimates we can arrange the materials according to the needs at site. This will avoid unnecessary storage of materials, save the wastage of materials and blockage of money. It will also save unnecessary carriage and time. It also reduces the chances of Theft as one can account for the material better

d. Complete your project on time


If all the materials and labor will be arranged according to need it will help for timely completion of construction work which will save the expenditure spent on storage, watchman etc. Timely completion means timely use of house.

e. Dont let the contractor use cheap quality raw material


Detail estimate also gives the specification of the material required for the construction which will help in checking of the quality of the materials at site.

3) Documents Reviewed
In order to arrive at this detailed estimate we did the following. Reviewed the architectural plans sent by you. Researched the rates of material and labor. Studied your requirements for the tiles, paint, woodwork, kitchen work, bathroom and other areas.

Tipsrelatetoyourplan(DosandDonts)
1. You must Use Cement Concrete as per your structural drawings but it should be done with Mechanical mixer and vibrator to increase the strength and life of the structure and safety against earthquake and other natural disasters. 2. Provide sun shade on outer doors and windows to protect them from heat and rain. 3. Use coarse aggregate and fine aggregate after washing with water. 4. Use wet bricks in brick masonry. 5. Do proper curing so that cement work may get full strength. 6. Fix doors and windows frames during masonry work.

1. Do not use salty water in cement concrete to avoid rusting of steel. 2. Do not use fine sand and sand containing silt in cement concrete work as it reduces the life of structure.

Sample Detailed Cost Estimate


1) Cost Analysis

# 1 2 Total Area Total Cost Cost per Sft.(Total Area/Total Cost) 3214 Sft. Rs.3170162 (Rupees Thirty One lac Seventy Thousand One Hundred and sixty Two) Rs.987 (Rupees Nine Hundred Eighty Seven per Sft.)

2) Specifications chosen by you


We Ask: Your Reply: We Ask: Your Reply: What type of flooring are you planning to use in all the rooms? Either vitrified tile or Granite not exceeding RS 100 per square fee (including laying cost) Which type of frames is being used for doors and windows? The main entrance door frame and shutters would be teak. All other frames are padauk wood Which type of shutters and wood is being used for doors and windows? Would it be deodar wood, hollock wood, teak wood etc. Windows will have tinted glass shutters What material are you planning to use on Bathroom and Kitchen Walls? Hindware or equivalent sanitary wares. Jaguar or equivalent fittings. Granite slab for kitchen, stainless steel sink with swan neck faucet Western type Water Closet, Shower Rose with Hot & Cold Mixer and wash basin What type of finishing will be used for Exterior walls? Wall Finishes Interior : Smooth Finish full putty with plastic emulsion paint Exterior : Outer wall with premium quality Anti-Fungal & Anti Fading texture paint Kitchen & Bathrooms : Ceramic tiles for 2' and 7' height respectively

We Ask: Your Reply: We Ask:

Your Reply:

We Ask:

Your Reply:

3)Detail of Material (Complete)

Stage wise material will help you procure the raw material properly. A lot of times, the building owner do not keep track of the material used in their construction and the labor uses this lack of information to either use sub standard material or use less than the specified quantity.

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Cement Sand

Material

Quantity 1250 3600 3200 1000 50400 200 1600 10896 866 3200 52

Unit Bags Cft Cft Cft No.s Kg Sft Kg. Sft. Sft. Sft.

Bazari or Stone Chippings 12 to 20 mm gauge Stone Blast / Brick Blast Bricks Bitumen Polythene Sheet MS steel bars of different diameter Ceramic Tiles Vitrified Tiles Granite

To know more about purchasing tips of Cement and Bricks click or copy the link below: http://www.gharexpert.com/articles/Start-Construction-1460/Purchasing-Guidelines-Cement-Bricks_0.aspx Cft=Cubic Feet

4)Detail of Material (Stage Wise)

Foundation
# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Cement Sand Bazari or Stone Chippings 12 to 20 mm gauge Stone Blast / Brick Blast Bricks Bitumen Polythene Sheet MS steel bars of different diameter Ceramic Tiles Vitrified Tiles Granite Material Quantity 180 650 550 350 8000 250 250 1719 ---Unit Bags Cft Cft Cft No.s Cft Cft. Kg. ----

Ground Floor

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Cement Sand

Material

Quantity 570 1650 1400 350 22400 --4837 436

Unit Bags Cft Cft Cft No.s --Kg. Sft.

Bazari or Stone Chippings 12 to 20 mm gauge Stone Blast / Brick Blast Bricks Bitumen Polythene Sheet MS steel bars of different diameter Ceramic Tiles

10 11

Vitrified Tiles Granite

1764 28

Sft. Sft.

First Floor

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Cement Sand

Material

Quantity 500 1350 1250 300 20000 175 1350 4340 430 1436 24

Unit Bags Cft Cft Cft No.s --Kg. Sft. Sft. Sft.

Bazari or Stone Chippings 12 to 20 mm gauge Stone Blast / Brick Blast Bricks Bitumen Polythene Sheet MS steel bars of different diameter Ceramic Tiles Vitrified Tiles Granite

5. Abstract of Cost

Abstract of cost is used for the planning purposes. From the abstract of cost, we will get stage wise and item wise expenditure. With the help of this we can control the expenditure item wise and stage wise and also in better position to deal with contractor & supplier. # Description Earth work in excavation in foundation of columns walls includidng dressng the side and ramming the bottom up to 5' lift Earth filling with earth available at site from excavation Quantity Unit Rate Amount

2124

Cft

6372

2124

Cft

2124

around columns footings , plith beam and masonary in layers including watering and compacting. Earth filling under floor with earth brought from out side including carriage of earth, loading, un loading watering and compacting the same. at site around columns footings , plith beam and masonary. Supplying and laying sand filling in foundation of footing under PCC

3275

Cft

13100

827.6

Cft

50

41380

Pcc 1:5:10 with granite stone aggrigate of 40mm and down size mechnically mixed and vibrated including laying compacting as per requirement. Cement concrete 1:1.5:3 with stone chipping or bazri 12 mm to 20 mm gauze in fondation of columns footings, plinth beam etc including centering and shuttering but excluding steel reenforcement mechanically mixed and vibrated complete in position asper specification.

366.4 Cft

70

25648

573 Cft 140 80220

6. Detail of Quantities

Abstract or detail of quantities provides us quantities required to complete the construction. With the help of this we are able to know the quantities of each item stage wise, unit wise and this will help in doing agreement, procurement of raw materials according to need. Save wastage in materials , labor. and timely construction.

Particulars Earth work in excavation in foundation of columns walls includidng dressng the side and ramming the bottom up to7' lift Columns footings Footing I Footing II

No.s

L B H Q(Quantity) Unit (Length) (Width0 (Height)

4 8

4 4

4 4

5 5

320 640

cft. cft.

Footing IV Plinth beam bed1,2 and toilet vertical Plinth beam bed1,2 and toilet internal Plinth beam toilet internal Plinth beam toilet internal Plinth beam right side Plinth beam living, study, kitchen. Plinth beam kitchen. Plinth beam kitchen. Plinth beam living

4 2

4 40

5 1.5

5 1.5

400 180

cft. cft.

4 1 1 1 3 1 1 1

12.5 8.5 10.33 52 21.5 14 11.25 13.25

1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 Total

112.5 19.13 23.24 117 145.1 31.5 25.31 29.81 2124

cft. cft. cft. cft. cft. cft. cft. cft. cft

Recommendations
a. Use clean water free from salt, organic matter and insoluble impurities. In general drinking water is suitable for construction work. b. All materials like bazari, coarse sand should be cleaned and free from dust, organic matters and other foreign material, silt etc. c. Sand used in cement concrete should be coarse sand having silt less than 4%.

d. All cement concrete work should be mixed with mechanical mixer and vibrated with mechanical vibrator. e. Cement plaster taken at item serial No.8 is bearing plaster which should be done on top of wall before laying RCC slab. It reduces the chances of cracks at the junction of roof and wall which is formed due to expansion and contraction of RCC slab due to change in weather. f. All cement concrete mix should be 1:1.5:3 instead of 1:2:4 according to new guide line for earth quack safety

g. Sand used in cement concrete should be coarse sand having silt less than 4%. h. The rates provided for vitrified tiles, ceramic tiles are from repudiated make, steel railing and wood work are of best quality material & supplied by you. i. j. k. All cement concrete mix should be mechanical mix and vibrated. The formwork of R.C.C. column should be steel (FARMA) not by giving temporary support of wooden batten/ planks or brick support. It is advisable that at the time of purchasing or allotting the work to any contractor rates should be verified at least from three to four contractors from the local market with the quality of the materials and work. There is very high fluctuation in the rates. The rate varies with the quality and specification of the materials. Item taken at sr no 3 is concrete mixed with cement and sand duly compacted. Generally it is seen that contractor laid dry brick ballast which should be avoided.

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m. The rates for the water supply and sanitary work are of medium quality. n. For electrical work labor for laying pipe, junction, box, wiring, switches, and main switches etc has been taken in the estimate. o. At item no 50 cost of pipes junction box, fan hook switches, sheets M C B & wires etc have been taken. Fans, A.C, decorative light & exhaust fans are not taken.

7. Thank You!

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