Bangalore has witnessed an ever-growing development in the number of houses being constructed every day. With the city sprawling with beautiful houses, villas, and apartments, it makes it impossible for one to not dream about building their very own ideal house. Nevertheless, planning for a dream house can be quite challenging when you do not have an estimate of house construction costs and expenses. Construction is a demanding process and there is a lot that goes into its planning, than just the design and layout. As a result, the cost of construction of a project depends on various specifications such as the location, area of the plot, elevation, type of flooring,  construction partner with the right knowledge and, many more.

 

The major factors that affect the cost of house construction are:

  • Location – 

    The cost of construction in Bangalore is directly related to the location or area where you want to build the house. If the site is in an urban area, posh street, or a prime location with the market, metro, schools, and malls nearby, then the costs will be comparatively higher than an area with lower accessibility to the malls, bus stand, metro, etc. It also depends on the area that is in the heart of the city like Koramangala, Indira Nagar, MG Road where the cost will be higher than in the outskirts.

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  • Plot size –

    Typically, house construction costs are calculated in square feet area. The larger the area of construction, the larger will the total cost, but the price per square feet is generally lesser when the size of the house in terms of area is larger. The average size for constructing a 3 BHK house in Bangalore is 1100 sq. ft. to 2200 sq. ft, so the cost will also depend on this area.

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  • Excavation and Foundation –

    In order to lay the foundation, the land must be excavated well by grubbing and digging. The earth-excavation cost is also affected by the time of the year like summer, rainy, or winter season. Different types of foundations can be laid like a concrete slab, crawl space, and basement which has different cost concerns.

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  • Materials –

    Construction cost hugely depends on the amount and type of materials to be used, their availability, and transportation to the construction site. Nearly 40% of the construction cost is used for the procurement of materials to be used. You can also check out the prices of different materials that are used for construction here.

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  • Labour –

    Labour cost is another major part of the total construction cost and varies depending on the size, area, and professionalism required. An average of labor costs in Bangalore is depicted in the table below.

Labor cost

Based on area

% of project cost

Architect

Rs 50-200/sq.ft

8%-10%

Site Engineers

8%

Plumber

5%

Electrician

5%

Painter

6%

 

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The current construction cost in Bangalore ranges from Rs. 1500/ sq.ft. to 2000/ sq.ft. on average, depending on various factors and requirements. The cost also depends on the number of stories required and the built-up area where you wish to construct the house in the plot. The cost varies from different areas and different types of constructions. These factors can heavily affect the structural planning for the construction. So it is not possible to give an accurate cost figure unless we know the requirements that would go into the building. It also depends on the availability of materials and labor as well as the seasonal timing of the year which has an effect on the construction process. In order to give you an idea about the cost estimation for a 3 BHK house in Bangalore, we have prepared a table with approximate figures for costs that may be incurred to construct in a basic 1200 sq. ft. plot. In order to get a more detailed cost structure, you can contact us and we will assist you in every step of the construction process.

 

ITEM

QUANTITY

PRICE

Foundation:

Earthwork and Excavation

Layering and Curing Concrete

Providing and constructing the SSM

Providing and laying Concrete

1848.00 cubic ft

185 cubic ft

378cubic ft

378 cubic ft

224,800

22,200

22,000

52,900

127,700

Steel Structure:

Providing and Fabricating Steel

0.63 Metric Tonne

54,600

Roofing:

Providing and laying Base

Providing and laying 1:1.5:3 concrete

336.00 cubic ft

84.84 cubic ft 

120,000

40,300

79,700

Super Structure:

Column, Beam, Slab, Lintel, Chijja, Staircase

1.01 Metric Tonne

175,000

175,000

Wall Construction

924.00 sq ft

128,000

Flooring

924.00 sq ft

110,000

Wall Tiles

435.20 sq ft

30,000

Wood Work:

Doors and windows

350.00 ft

450,000

450,000

Painting:

Exterior painting

Interior painting

1092.00 sqft

2520.00 sq ft 

95,000

25,000

70,000

Plastering

3550.00 sq ft

170,000

Electrical and Plumbing:

Electrical

Plumbing

840.00 sq ft

840.00 sq ft

252,000

126,000

126,000

Total costs

18,80,000 approx.

 

The residential house construction cost Estimation is calculated on tentatively appropriated calculations based on basic project needs. However, the actual house construction cost or estimation for building a house will differ depending on the actual project and its requirements. Interior design requirements are a personal matter and keep changing according to the latest trends. This also can drastically effect the overall construction cost.

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The best way to invest in a 3 BHK flat in Bangalore is to first have a clear plan in mind and assess the costs to be incurred in order to prepare a budget. The location must be selected after careful evaluation of all the requirements and accessibility features of the area. Once the basics are decided upon, it is advisable to contact a structural engineer to get a detailed design and an in-depth report of the structural plan. They will help with getting the cost actuals and labor and materials contract management as well as other documentation steps that need to be taken before starting a construction project. From there, it’s only a journey upwards to see your dream house get a shape and finally come to life.

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