1000Sqft House Construction Cost in 2023 – A to Z Structure + Finishing + Extra Cost

1000Sqft House Construction Cost in 2023

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1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Topic Covered in This Video……….

 i). Included 7 excluded works.

ii). Planning – No. of rooms, no. of columns, footing size, reinforcement details, etc.

iii). Frame structure cost with labor charge.

iv). Finishing work costs with labor charge.

v). Extra & variable cost.

vi). Tips to reduce house construction costs.

All works Covered in this post.

1000Sqft House Construction Cost in 2023
1000Sqft House Construction Cost in 2023

Construction Cost Percentage

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Construction materials cost – 75%
Labor Cost – 25%
Suppose, the total construction cost – is Rs. 10lakh

So, Materials cost will be – 7.5 lakh
and, Labor cost will be – 2.5 lakh

Types Of Construction
Generally, there are three types of house construction
A class house construction
B-class house construction
C-class house construction

A class house construction –

A-class house construction is a term used to describe the highest level of quality in home construction. It is characterized by the use of high-quality materials, skilled labor, and meticulous attention to detail. A-class homes are typically more expensive than other types of homes, but they offer several advantages, including:

  • Increased durability: A-class homes are built to last for generations. They are made with materials that are resistant to weathering, pests, and other damage.
  • Better energy efficiency: A-class homes are designed to conserve energy, which can save homeowners money on their utility bills.
  • Increased comfort: A-class homes are built to be as comfortable as possible. They are well-insulated and have high-quality ventilation systems.
  • Enhanced resale value: A-class homes tend to retain their value better than other types of homes. This is because they are built to a higher standard and are more desirable to buyers.

If you are looking for a home that is built to the highest standards of quality, then an A-class home is the perfect choice for you. It is an investment that will last for many years to come and provide you with years of comfort and enjoyment.

Here are some of the specific features that are typically found in A-class house construction:

  • High-quality materials, such as brick, stone, and hardwood
  • Skilled labor
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Energy-efficient features, such as insulation and solar panels
  • Durable roofing materials
  • High-quality appliances and fixtures
  • Spacious and functional floor plans
  • Beautiful landscaping

A-class house construction is a significant investment, but it is worth it for those who want a home that is built to last. With its superior quality and features, an A-class home will provide you with years of comfort, enjoyment, and value.

B – class house construction –

B-class house construction is a type of construction that uses standard materials and methods to build a sturdy and functional home. It is typically less expensive than A-class construction, but it still meets the basic requirements for safety and comfort.

B-class houses are typically made with concrete blocks or bricks for the foundation and walls and wood for the roof and framing. The exterior is finished with siding, and the interior is finished with drywall and painted or wallpapered. The plumbing and electrical systems are standard, and the appliances are mid-range.

B-class houses are a good option for budget-minded homeowners who want a sturdy and comfortable home. They are also a good option for homeowners who want to do some of the construction work themselves, as the materials and methods are relatively simple.

Here are some of the pros and cons of B-class house construction:


  • Affordable
  • Sturdy and functional
  • Easy to build
  • Good for budget-minded homeowners
  • Good for homeowners who want to do some of the construction work themselves


  • Not as energy-efficient as A-class construction
  • Not as stylish as A-class construction
  • May not last as long as A-class construction

Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to choose B-class house construction is a personal one. It depends on your budget, your needs, and your preferences. If you are looking for an affordable, sturdy, and functional home, then B-class construction may be a good option for you.

C – class house construction –

C-class house construction is the lowest level of quality in home construction. It is characterized by the use of low-cost materials, unskilled labor, and minimal attention to detail. C-class homes are typically the least expensive to build, but they also offer the fewest advantages.

Here are some of the specific features that are typically found in C-class house construction:

  • Low-cost materials, such as concrete block, vinyl siding, and particleboard
  • Unskilled labor
  • Minimal attention to detail
  • Inefficient features, such as poor insulation and single-pane windows
  • Disposable roofing materials
  • Low-quality appliances and fixtures
  • Cramped and inefficient floor plans
  • Minimal landscaping

C-class house construction is a good option for those who are on a tight budget and do not need a high-quality home. However, it is important to be aware of the limitations of this type of construction before making a decision. C-class homes are not built to last and may require significant repairs and maintenance over time. They may also be less energy-efficient and comfortable than other types of homes.

If you are considering buying a C-class home, it is important to do your research and inspect the property carefully. You should also be prepared to spend more money on repairs and maintenance in the future.

Here we will discuss B – B-class house construction estimation.

Estimates of 1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023 


1000Sqft House Construction Cost in 2023
1000Sqft House Construction Cost in 2023

The total built-up area – is 1000sqft

Today, B-class house construction rates – Rs.1800 to 2000/-sqft
Let’s consider a maximum rate – of 2000/-sqft
So, the total construction cost of a 1000 sqft house with finishing is – 1000 x 2000 = Approx Rs.20 lakh.

Materials Required For 1000Sqft (2BHK) House Construction  

(Structure Materials Qty. & Cost)


1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Approx excavation quantity – 1900cft
Rate – 8/-Cft
Total excavation cost – 1900 x 8 = Rs.15,200/-

1). Cement

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Approx Cement quantity – 400Bags
Rate – Rs.420/-bag
Total Cement cost – 400 x 420 = Rs.1,68,000/-

2). Steel Reinforcement

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Approx Steel quantity – 3000kg (3 mt)
Steel Market Rate – Approx Rs.62 to 65/-Kg {Kamdhenu, Rathi, Theri Goldl} Brands.
Consider, the average rate – 63/-Kg
Total steel bar cost – 3000 x 63 = Rs.1,89,000/-
3). Sand

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Approx Sand quantity – 2200Cft
Sand Market Rate – Approx Rs.55 to 60/-Cft
Consider the maximum rate – 60/-Cft
Total sand cost – 2200 x 60 = Rs.1,32,000/-

4). Aggregates

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

There are two types of aggregates primarily used in house
Neelam Rodi.
Gunawatta Rodi.

Approx Aggregate quantity – 1350Cft
Aggregate Market Rate – Approx Rs.60 to 70/-
Brown aggregate rates – Rs.60/-Cft
Neelam aggregate rates – Rs.70/-Cft
Consider the average rate – 65/-Cft
Total Aggregate cost – 1350 x 65 = Rs.87,750/-

5). Bricks

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

(For brick walls, parapets & foundation)

Approx Bricks quantity – 25000Nos.
First Class bricks Rate – Approx Rs.8 to 9/-Nos.
Consider, Maximum rate – 9/-Nos.
Total Brick cost – 25000 x 9 = Rs.2,25,000/-

6). Structure Construction Labor Cost

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Labor rate for construction Approx – Rs.200 to 250/-sqft
Total built-up area – 1000sqft
Consider, the maximum labor rate – Rs.250/- sqft
So, Total labor cost – 1000 x 250 = Rs.2,50,000/-

Total Civil Works Materials Cost – Excavation + Cement + Steel + Sand + Aggregates + Labor
= 15200 + 168000 + 189000 + 132000 + 87750 + 250000 = Rs. 10,66950/-

Per Square Feet Cost – 10,66,950/1000 = Rs.1066.95 or Approx Rs.1070/-Sqft

Contractor Rate with Materials- Rs.1200 to 1250/-Sqft.  (With contractor 15 to 20% profits).

Finishing Materials Cost & Quantity Required  

1(a). Flooring Tiles

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

(Including floor area & skirting)
Approx Tiles quantity – 650Sqft
Consider tile size – of 2′ x 2′
Average market Rate – Approx Rs.45/-Sqft ( Kajaria, Somany & Nitco, etc)
Total flooring tiles cost – 650 x 45 = Rs.29,250/-

(b). Washroom Tiles

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

(Consider 2 bathrooms in a 2 BHK house)
No. of washrooms in 2 BHK – 2Nos.
Tiles required in 1 washroom Approx – 150Sqft
Total tiles quantity required – 300Sqft
Consider tile size – of 1′ x 1.5′
Average market Rate Approx – Rs.40/-Sqft
Total Washroom tiles cost – 300 x 40 = Rs.12,000/-

(c). Kitchen Tiles

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Tiles required in L – Shape kitchen Approx – 35Sqft

Average market Rate Approx – Rs.40/-Sqft

Total Kitchen tiles cost – 35 x 40 = Rs.1400/-

Total tiles material cost – 29250 + 12000 + 1400 = Rs.42,650/-

Total Tiles Quantity – Floor tiles qty. + Washroom tiles qty. + Kitchen tiles qty.

Total tiles material Qty. – 650 + 300 + 35 = 985Sqft.

(d). Labor Charges

Labor Rate – Rs.12 to 15/-Sqft.

Total Labor Cost – R985 x 15 = Rs.14,775/-

Total Tile Laying Cost – 42650 (M) + 14775 (L) = Rs.57,425/-

2). Granite

1000Sqft House Construction Cost In 2023

Granite required for L-shaped kitchen – 50 feet
Granite required for U-shaped kitchen – 80 feet
Average market Rate Approx – Rs.120/-Sqft
The total cost of granite for an L-shaped kitchen – 50 x 120 – Rs.6000/-
The total cost of granite for a U-shaped kitchen – 80 x 120 – Rs.9600/-

Labor Charges

Labor Rate – Rs.60 to 75/-Rft.

Consider, the maximum labor rate – Rs.75/- Rft

Total Labor Cost – 50 x 75 = Rs.3750/-

Total Granite Cost – 6000 (M) + 3750 (L) = Rs.9750/-

3). Marble


Marble required in for (Porch + staircase) Approx – 450Sqft
Average market Rate Approx – Rs.60/-Sqft
Total Marble cost – 450 x 60 = Rs.27,000/-


Whitewash (Putty/POP)

Thumb Rules,
5 times more than the total area
Total Area – 1000sqft x 5 = 5000sqft
Putty & POP labor rate approx – 3/-Sqft
So, Total labor cost – 5000 x 3 = Rs.15,000/-
Materials costs are also the same – Rs.15,000/-
Total Labor + Materials Cost – Rs.30,000/-
(At this rate contractor applies 2 coats of putty/Pop)

5). Wall Paint

According to thumb rules,
For 1000sqft Area…
Paint surface area – 2500Sqft
Paint labor rate approx – 7/-Sqft
So, Total Painter cost – 2500 x 7 = Rs.17,500/-
Paint materials cost approx – Rs.18 to 20/-sqft
Consider the maximum rate of paint 20/-sqft
Total Paint cost approx – 2500 x 20 =Rs.50,000/-
Total Cost of paint (M+L) = 50,000 + 17,500 = Rs.67,500/-

6). Plumbing

Materials Cost……..
Pvc Pipe cost for underground piping Approx – Rs.10,000/-
CPVC pipe costs approx – Rs.15,000/-
Cost of sanitary items – Rs.40,000/-
Total cost of plumbing materials – 10,000 + 15,000 + 40,000 = Rs.65,000/-
Labor cost for plumbing – Rs.20/-sqft
So, the total labor cost of plumbing for 1000sqft Approx – Rs.20,000/-
So, the Total Cost of plumbing ((M+L) – 65,000 + 20,000 = Rs.85,000/-

7). Electrical Works

Electrical materials Cost Approx – Rs.30,000/-
(Electrical pipe, conduits, boxes & wires, etc).
2nd cost for switches, lights, fans, MCB, led approx – Rs.45,000/-
Total materials cost for electrical works – 30,000 + 45,000 = Rs.75,000/-
Electrical works labor cost Approx – Rs.10 to 15/-sqft

Consider, the maximum labor rate – Rs.15/- sqft
So, total labor cost for 1000sqft – 1000 x 15 = Rs.15,000/-
Total cost for 1000sqft electrical works (M+L) – 75000 + 15000 = Rs.90,000/-

8). Wood Works

4 things are mainly required in-home ( doors + windows +wardrobes + modular kitchen)
Total Cost for doors & door frames approx – Rs.70,000/-
Cost of windows & wardrobes approx – Rs.40,000/-
Cost of modular kitchen approx – Rs.40,000/-
So, total cost of wood works approx – 70,000 + 40,000 + 40,000 = Rs.1,50,000/-
Carpenter labor rate – 30% of total materials cost
So, labor cost – 1,50,000 x 30/100 = Rs.45,000/-
Total cost of wooden works – 1,50,000 + 45,000 = Rs.1,95,000/-

9). Main Gate

A 250kg of the main gate is enough
Materials + making charge Approx – Rs.100/-kg
Total cost of main gate – 250 x 100 = Rs.25,000/-
Installation charges roughly – Rs.4000/-
So, the Total cost of the main gate – 25000 + 4000 = Rs.29,000/-

10). Septic Tank

20 feet septic tank is enough for 2 bhk
Labor + materials cost Approx – Rs.15,000/-

11). Railing ( for stairs & balcony)

For 1000 sqft house…
Railing quantity required Approx – 30 to 40 feet
Railing rate approx – 300 to 500/-feet
Consider the average rate – Rs.400/-feet
Total Materials cost – 40 x 400 = Rs.16,000/-
Labor rate – Rs. 100/- feet
Labor cost – 40 x 100 = Rs.4000/-
Total Railing cost (M+L) – 16000 + 4000 = Rs.20,000/-

Total Finishing Materials Cost – Tiles + Granite + Marble + Putty/POP + Paint + Plumbing + Electrical + Wood
Works + Main Gate + Septik Tank + Railing

= 57425 + 9750 + 27000 + 30000 + 67500 + 85000 + 90000 + 195000 + 29000 + 15000 + 20000 = Rs.6,25,675/-

Total Cost for 1000sqft House – Structure + Finishing

(Total Structure Cost – 10,66,950/-) + (Finishing Cost – 6,25,675/-)

= Rs.16,92,625/- or Approx. Rs.17 Lakh.


1). (a). 2d Plan & Elevation

Average market Rate for 2d plan/ Naksha – Rs.7/-Sqft
Total Area – 1000sqft
Total Cost Approx – 1000 x 6 = Rs.7,000/-

(b). 3d Elevation

Average market Rate for 3D elevation Approx – Rs.6000/-
Total Cost of 2d + 3d elevation – 7000 + 6000 = Rs.13,000/-

2). Soil/Murrum filling

Approx soil/Murrum quantity – 1500
Soil filling rate approx – 14/-Cft
Total soil filling cost – 1500 x 14 = Rs.21,000/-

3). Wallpaper

Mainly 4 walls need wallpaper – 2 master bedroom walls, 1 hall wall & 1 dining room wall.
Wallpaper required 2 rolls for 1 wall
1 Roll Cost Approx – Rs.1000/-
Total Rolls Required – 4 x 2 – 8Nos.
So, Total Cost of wallpaper – 1000 x 8 = Rs.8,000/-

Labor charge for wallpaper pasting – Rs.300/-Nos.
So, Total Labor charge – 8 x 300 = Rs.2400/-
So, Total wallpaper cost for 2 BHK – 8000 + 2400 = 10,400/-

4). False Ceiling

Total false ceiling area – 500sqft
Market Rate – Rs. 60 to 100/-sqft
Let, ‘s consider an average rate – of Rs.85/-sqft
Total False ceiling cost – 500 x 85 = Rs.42,500/-

5). Elevation Tiles

Total area for elevation tiles – 200sqft
Elevation tile size – 1′ x 1.5′
Average market rate – Rs.50/-sqft
Tiles cost – 200 x 50 = Rs.10,000/-

Adhesive Cost Approx – Rs.3000/-

Total tiles cost – 10,000 + 3000 = Rs.13,000/-
Labor rate – Rs.20/-sqft
Total labor cost approx – 200 x 25 = Rs.5,000/-
Total Cost (M+L) approx – 13,000 + 5,000 = Rs.18,000/-

6). Electricity Consumer Connection

Charges depend on watts…..
 Meter Connection cost – Rs.8000 to 10,000/-
Rates vary from city to city.

7). Legal permissions & municipal permission

Rs.15,000 to 20,000/-

So, Total Extra Cost – 12,000 + 21000 + 10000 + 42500 + 18000 + 10000 + 20000 = Rs.1,33,500/-
Total Civil  & Finishing works cost – Rs.16,92,625/-
Total extra cost – Rs.1,33,500/-
The total construction cost of a 1000sqft house –  16,92,625 + 1,33,500 = Rs.18,26,125/-
Per square feet cost – Total cost / Area
= 18,26,125/1000 = Rs.1826/-Sqft

Important Tips To Reduce House Construction Cost…..

i). Use Fly ash Bricks instead of Red Bricks. It will save your cost up to Rs.50,000/-

ii). Use Aluminium & UPVC Windows instead of Wooden Windows. It will save your cost up to Rs.20,000/- to Rs.25,000/-

iii). Use Proper cement for Every construction work such as using OPC cement for framed structure construction and PPC cement for flooring & plastering works. It will also save your approx. Rs.20 to 25,000/-

These Tips Save up to Rs.1 Lakh.

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