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## 10*10 room Construction Cost In India

In this article, we will **discuss **what is the **Cost **of **Construction **of **One Room **or **10*10 Room Construction Cos**t In **India **and its **materials **estimation.

Whenever **anyone **decides to **construct the house** or room he will **definitely **want to **know **that **construction **before **allotting **or **starting **the construction. This is **essential **to know the **approximate **cost of **construction **before **starting construction**. This is also **known **as an **estimation.** The estimation of work is done due to the **owing reasons**,

**To know the cost of Construction.****To check the Finacial budget****To take a loan from a bank.****To compare contractors’ costs.**

**Estimation **is the **process of calculating material quantity **and their **cost **to **know **the **cost **of **construction. **By **estimating **or **calculating **the cost of **construction **in **advance **you can **definitely **be going to **save **lots of **money **that **contractors **steal from you **because **you don’t know the **exact costing of work**.

This **article **will show **you **how to **calculate** quantities of **materials **like brick, cement, sand, Steel, and tiles with their cost.

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## 10*10 room construction cost in India

**Suppose there is 10*10 room construction cost in India as shown in fig.**

For this one **room **we want to **calculate **the cost of **construction **and **material quantities**.

**List of quantities to be calculated,**

**Brick Work**– Nos. of Brick,**Cement Quantity, Sand**Quantity in**Mortar**.**Concrete Work – Concrete quantity**in**column, beam,**and**slab.****Reinforcement quantity**and**cost**.- Tile flooring cost and
**quality**. **Labor Work**and**Cost**.

Let’s **calculated **each **quantity **one by **one**,

but **before **we start **estimation **first you **need **to know some **important** **conversation **as **follows**.

1 m = **3.28 ft** or 3.28 ft = 1 m

1 ft = **12 inch **or 12 inch = 1 ft

To **convert **ft to meter, **divide **ft value by 3.28

**For example, value **is **10 ft **then the (10/3.28) = 3.05 m.

**Similarly**, to convert **inch to meter** **multiple **inch values with 0.0254

for **example**, Value is 9 inch then (9 x 0.0254) = 0.23 m (230 mm).

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**1 Room Building Material Cost** (10*10)

**1. Brick Work**

**Brickwork **is **generally **done at the **outer **edge of the **room** and **above **the slab as a parapet wall. Brick wall **mainly **has two **thicknesses **full **brick **and **half brick**.

**Full brick **= **9 inches **(Used as the main wall)

**Half Brick **= **4.5 inches** (Used as a partition wall or Inner wall)

Here, **Length **of wall = **10 ft **(3.05 m), ( 10 ft / 3.28) = 3.05 m

Similarly, **Width **of wall = **9 inch** (0.23 m), (9/0.0254) = 0.23 m

There are **4 walls having **the same **length 10 ft**.

**Quantity **of **Brickwork **= **7.65 m3**

#### a) Brick Work in Parapet

There are **two **walls having **different **length, so we **name **them as **short **wall and **long wall**.

**Short wall** **length **= **11′ 6″ ** (11(6/12) / 3.28) =** 3.50 m**.

**Long wall length **=** 13′ ** (13′ / 3.28) = **3.96 m**.

**Height of parapet is same for both = 3′ (3 ft / 3.28) = 0.90 m.**

**Total Brick Work = Brickwork in superstructure + Brickwork in the parapet wall**

**Total Brickwork = 7.65 m3 + 0.71 m3**

**Total Brickwork = 8.99 m3**

**b) Deduction of Doors and Window Quantity**

When **calculating **the **brickwork **in the **superstructure**, we have also **calculated **the **quantity of door **and **window volume **that we have to **deduct** from **brick quantity**.

**c) Nos. of Bricks, Cement and Sand Quantity and Costing**

**Total Cost of Brickwork = Rs. 28192**

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### 2. Concrete Quantity in Column, Beam and Slab

**Column Size **= **9″ x 9″** (0.23 m x 0.23 m)

**Beam Size **= **9″ x 12″** (0.23 m x 0.30 m)

**Slab**, **Length **= **11’6″** ( 11(6/12) / 3.28) = 3.50 m

**Width **=** 13′** (13/3.28) = 3.86 m

Total Concrete Volume = **2.87 m3**

**Ready mix concrete (RMC) cost for M-20 Grade of Concrete = 3500 Rs. / m3**

**Cost of Concrete **= **2.87 x 35000**

**Cost of Concrete = Rs. 10,045 **

### 3.** Reinforcement (Steel) Quantity and Cost**

**Generally**, Steel quantity in **column**, **beam **and **slab **reinforcement is **considered **to be **around 1% to 2%** of **volume of concrete**.

**Volume of Reinforcement (Steel) = 1% of Volume of Concrete**

**Volume of Reinforcement (Steel) = 0.01 x 2.87 = 0.029 m3**

We know the **density **of **steel **= **7850 kg / m3**

From **density **and **volume **of **steel **, we can **calculate weight **of **steel **in **kg**.

**Weight of steel **=** 0.029 m3 x 7850 kg/m3**

**Weight of steel = 225.54 kg**

**Normal rate **of **construction steel **is about **45 to 60 Rs. per Kg** in market.

So, if we take **50 Rs. / kg** rate, then

**Cost of Steel **= **Weight **of Steel x **Rate **of Steel

= 225.54 x 50

**Cost of Steel = Rs. 11,277**

**Total Cost of Materials**

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### 4. Flooring Tiles Quantity and Cost

**Inside room area **is **10 ft x 10 ft** where tile **flooring **is **required**.

If **Size **of **Tile **= **18″ x 18″** (0.45 m x 0.45 m)

**First, Calculate area of room where tile flooring is to installed.**

**Area of Room **= 10 ft x 10 ft = **100 sq ft**

**Suppose**, you **have chosen **tile **which** has rate of **Rs. 25 / sq ft.**

**Cost **of **Tile Flooring **= 100 x 25 = **Rs. 2500**

### 5. Labor Cost Calculation

**Labor work **rate in **market starting **from** 170 rs./sq ft to 500 rs./sq ft** **depending **upon **nature **of **work**.

**Total Construction area **here =** 11’6″ x 11’6″** ( 11.5 ft x 11.5 ft) = 132.25 sq. ft.

**Cost of Labor **= **132.25 x 200**

**Cost of Labor = Rs. 26,450**

### 6. Total Cost of Construction of One Room

**Cost of Materials** =** Rs. 52,015**

**Cost of Labo**r = **Rs. 26,450**

(Note: In this estimate plastering, **skirting**, **color **etc finishing quantities are not included. there for cost of one room may increase **10,000 **to **15,000 rs.**)

**Total Cost of Construction of One Room,**

= 52,015 Rs. + 26,450 Rs.

**= 78,465 Rs.**

**1 room building material cost is around 78,465 Rs.**

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## FAQs

### How much does it cost to build a 10 by 10 room?

The approximate cost of 10 x 10 rooms are divided into two parts as follows,

1.Cost of Materials = Rs. 52,015

2.Cost of Labor = Rs. 26,450

Total Cost of Construction of One Room,

= 52,015 Rs. + 26,450 Rs.**= 78,465 Rs.** or

*1,080 $*### How much concrete is needed for a 10 x 10 room?

For 10 x 10 rooms, the estimated concrete required is **2.87m ^{3}**. According to the cost of Rs. 3500/m

^{3}the cost of concrete would be

**Rs. 10,045**or

**$140**

### How many bricks are in a 10 x 10 room?

The quantity of Bricks required for the construction of 10 x 10 rooms with a wall thickness of 9 inches is approximately **4115** nos.

### Cost to Build 12×12 Room in India

10*10 room construction cost in india is around 78,465 Rs. and cost to build 12×12 room in india is 1,12,000. There are labor rate 200 Rs./sq ft and Concrete cost = 3500 Rs. / sq. ft.

### 10*10 room construction cost in India

10*10 room construction cost in India is around 78,465 Rs. and cost to build 12×12 room in India is 1,12,000. There are labor rate 200 Rs./sq ft and Concrete cost = 3500 Rs. / sq. ft.

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