The most difficult and most interesting question. Complicated, because the experience of construction for most of our customers and potential customers is not, hence the simplified approach. And what could be easier than asking: “How much do you have a meter?”. And what can be simpler than to immediately draw a conclusion – there is expensive, and there is cheap!
f in a restaurant or cafe you were told that an olive salad costs 8 azn, but this is without mayonnaise, green peas and meat, and without the work of a cook? Unfortunately, the approach to pricing in the construction of houses is very similar to this example. If we follow the market, then we must throw out of the value of the house everything that is possible, if only what remains is not lost as a “house”, and this minimum price on a semi-finished product to call clients and place in advertising. Some go even further, and consciously, understanding that for 5000 to build anything is not possible, they still give this price in advertising. The goal is to drag the client into the office (if there is one). And only then you will find out that the price is for a set of walls when self-exporting from the factory. A few words about how to build a house is very cheap.
Further, since the criteria of the product “house” are blurred beyond recognition, comparison of construction companies on this basis is impossible in principle: someone has a price without a foundation, someone has no electric wiring, etc. Experienced we have deduced several price ranges for houses from different materials, but convincingly we ask our potential customers – do not rely on these figures, do not try to consider it as a price list and draw conclusions from someone who is expensive or cheap, and do not choose the cheapest option, because this is usually the most risky option. On the sad experience of visitors to the site you can see on the page How not to build.
On the Estimate house price calculation page you can get acquainted with the preliminary calculations of the cost of building houses made of bricks, ceramic bricks and LSTK (light steel thin-wall structures).