Detailed EstimateS

To know exactly what a construction project is going to cost, it actually takes quite a bit of time, detail and communication. Remodelling a bathroom might be 100 incremental steps and decisions – a concrete driveway only 35 – but both require the admin time necessary to plan them out. 

  • How much ROMEX is required?
  • What flooring will be selected?
  • How much tile is needed?
  • What will the city charge in fees for permits? 
  • What will the paint color, quality, finish be? 

All of these questions eventually need to be answered – and you can either answer them in real time as you go or you can answer them in advance with a Detailed Estimate.

Executing the admin sprint necessary for any construction project allows you to ask and answer all of these questions before construction begins.

Detailed Estimate

We provide a percise estimate after going through the admin work necessary to fully plan any construction project. 

  • Measurements 100% 100%
  • Labor Information 100% 100%
  • Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing 85% 85%
  • Construction Materials 90% 90%
  • Finish Materials 100% 100%
  • Architectural, Engineering, Permits 85% 85%
  • Project Timelines 90% 90%
  • Material Shopping 100% 100%
  • LIDAR Mapping 100% 100%
  • 3D Model with Materials 100% 100%
  • Detailed measurements from site visits, tape and LIDAR. These measurements are modeled and drawings are created to know the precise square footages and requirements.
  • Detailed labor line items informed by site visits, client conversations and research. 
  • Researched electrical, mechanical, plumbing bids with fixed prices for the project. 
  • Exact construction material costs with fully researched requirements for each component. 
  • Exact finish material selections costs with fully researched, client approved requirements for each component. 
  • Researched architectural, engineering, permit costs 
  • A 3D model of the space 
  • Potential project timelines and scheduling 

Free Estimate

We provide a rough estimate with the information known at the time which represents an expected cost for your project. 

  • Measurements 50% 50%
  • Labor Information 80% 80%
  • Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing 50% 50%
  • Construction Materials 70% 70%
  • Finish Materials 25% 25%
  • Architectural, Engineering, Permits 20% 20%
  • Project Timelines 25% 25%
  • Rough measurements from photos 
  • Rough labor line items for the project 
  • Rough electrical, mechanical, plumbing assumptions 
  • Rough construction material assumptions 
  • Rough finish material selections 
  • Rough architectural, engineering, permit assumptions