QUICK Cost-To-Build estimates have the following assumptions:
QUICK Cost-To-Build estimates are available for single family, stick-built, detached, 1 story, 1.5 story and 2 story home plans with attached or detached garages, pitched roofs on flat to gently sloping sites.
QUICK Cost-To-Build estimates are not available for specialty plans and construction such as garage / apartment, townhouse, multi-family, hillside, flat roof, concrete walls, log cabin, home additions, and other designs inconsistent with the assumptions outlined in Item 1 above.
User is able to select and have costs instantly calculate for slab on grade, crawlspace or full basement options.
User is able to select and have costs instantly calculate different quality levels of construction including Economy, Standard, Premium. View Quality Level Assumptions.
Estimate will dynamically adjust costs based on the home plan's finished square feet, porch, garage and bathrooms.
Estimate will dynamically adjust costs based on unique zip code for project location.
All home plans are based on the following design assumptions: 8 foot basement ceiling height, 9 foot first floor ceiling height, 8 foot second floor ceiling height (if used), gable roof; 2 dormers, average roof pitch is 12:12, 1 to 2 covered porches, porch construction on foundations.
Summarized cost report will provide approximately 70 lines of cost detail within the following home construction categories: Site Work, Foundations, Basement (if used), Exterior Shell, Special Spaces (Kitchen, Bathrooms, etc), Interior Construction, Elevators, Plumbing, Heating / AC, Electrical Systems, Appliances, Contractor Markup. View a LIVE Sample Cost Report.
QUICK Cost-To-Build generates estimates only. It is highly recommend that one employs a local builder in order to get a more accurate construction cost.
All costs are "installed costs" including material, labor and sales tax.
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Previous Q & A
Previous Questions and Answers
Q:Are all the ceilings in this home 8ft? Little confused about the word main. Thanks
A:The ceiling height for this plan is 8 ft.
Date Posted: 18-Aug-20
Q:The application for permits requires Title 24 report and structural calculations, so are these plans up to date for these requirements? I wish to build walls with 2x6 framing for added insulation value, how much more will the plan be?
In answer to your questions, we would not be able to convert these drawings to 2x6 exterior walls due to the time involved for these
detailed drawings. We do not have structural calculations for this plan, but the structural members and overall design is consistent with the latest IRC code.
Our in house designer suggests the customer work with a local design professional for these enhancements and a local engineer would probably be the best route for the Title 24 report and structural calculations.
Date Posted: 08-Oct-19
Q:Is there a back door?
A:There is not a back door on the plan.
Date Posted: 16-Jan-19
Q:Is there a larger floor plan of this house?
This is the only size of floor plan for this house.
Date Posted: 04-Sep-18
Q:Does this include all structural and Not on a concrete slab
A:Thank you for your inquiry.
We looked at this plan and it includes a crawlspace foundation with material list and all the structural and framing instructions. It’s a very complete set of drawings.
Date Posted: 15-May-17
Q:what this set of plans include and how you sent them in. We are in Johnston County in north Carolina . Please make sure that the codes are correct this area . Thanks .
A:The plans will include a material list, elevations, foundation plan, floor plan, kitchen cabinet elevations, framing, roof construction and cross sections.
There are 7 pages to this plan.
At the time the drawings were prepared, the plans confirmed to most national building codes. However, they may not comply completely with your local building regulations. Some counties and municipalities have their own building codes, regulations and requirements. The assistance of a local builder, architect or other building professional may be necessary to modify the drawings to comply with your area’s specific requirements. We recommend you consult with your local building officials prior to purchasing the blueprints or beginning constructions.
Contact your local building department to find out if a stamp or seal is needed for your county and or state. Some areas only require an Architectural seal while others may require an Engineered set of plans. Based on what is necessary in your area, your local building department should be able to direct you to a local architect or engineer who is able to stamp and/or seal the plans for you for your particular area.
Date Posted: 20-Feb-17
Q:does this plan have a loft over the bedrooms or proch?
This plan does not have a loft.
There is just an attic above the living area and the porch. The height between the ceiling joists and the rafter collar ties is 3’– 6”. Access is gained through a 22”X30’ Scuttle above bedroom hallway.
Date Posted: 25-Jul-16
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
A:The national average for a house is running right at $125.00 per SF. You can get more detailed information by clicking the Cost-To-Build tab above. Sorry, but we cannot give cost estimates for garage, multifamily or project plans.
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