Each plan page on our site has a rough "cost-to-build"
estimate based on your state. (see the dropdown list
on plan pages). The information in our cost-to-build
estimates has been drawn from third-party sources and
should include labor and
. Land costs, site work, driveways and other items or features outside the building footprint may be additional to the rough estimate shown.
Per the third-party sources as mentioned above, costs are
based on averages for your area with some being less
and some being more. There are many different factors
that influence costs so it is best to consult with a
builder in your area to get the most accurate
estimates. Consider ordering our
to get rough bids from local sources.
Note: PlanSource, Inc makes no
guarantee on the accuracy of the estimate shown. It should be used only as a rough guideline
in determining a projects suitability to your budget.
Read below for more details.
There are many
factors that can influence actual costs. Things
such as labor rates, material prices and
availability, competition, etc. are always
changing and could affect the final costs
significantly. It is always best to consult with a
professional builder in your area to obtain the
most accurate and up-to-date building costs.
Consider ordering a Study set for the plan
of interest. It can be used for obtaining local
bids which would reflect current rates for your
area, without the upfront expense of the full plan
package. (Study set purchases are
credited toward the full plan package. Some