9461 Charleville Blvd #829 Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(213) 318-0033
* ECO Friendly Material within client's budget and vision
* We recycle as much as possible
* Our program management is aligned with client's timeline
Cost of Labor to Build a House
* Modular or prefabricated homes cost: $180,000–$360,000. These types of homes are manufactured off site and assembled on location. While prefab homes may not have the design options of custom homes, they come at a lower cost. Many pre-built homes cost 10%–15% less than site-built alternatives.

* Timber frame homes: $200–$250 per square foot.

* Steel framed homes cost: $10–$15 per square foot, slightly more than wood framing.

* Building a brick house costs: $10,000–$75,000. This price only includes brick as a siding.

* Concrete houses cost: $204,000–$416,000.

* Wood log cabins cost: $125–$300 per square foot. You'll spend anywhere from $50,000 to $150,000 for a small, 500-square-foot home.

* Ranch style homes: Single story homes cost about the same as other typical houses at $100 to $200 per square foot on average. Sprawling ranch homes that have larger than average footprints can cost more than a two-story house because of the added foundation costs.

* Modern homes: Those featuring large expanses of glass range widely from $750,000–$15 million.

* Building a duplex or row house costs: $100–$400 per square foot, depending on your location.

* Victorian homes: $250,000–$550,000 to build. Size and the quality of the home and finishes impact costs.

* Octagon or dome house: For just a shell and floor, you'll spend $50–$75 per square foot. After that, you can customize the interior layout any way you desire.

* Bungalow or cottage house: $200,000–$600,000 on average or about $250 per square foot.

* Shipping containers and tiny homes cost: $8,000–$150,000+. It's a very DIY centric style of building, but many tiny home companies specialize in these builds.

* Saltbox homes: $150–$250 per square foot. They're a traditional New England style of home built using timber frame construction or classic stick framing techniques.

* Cob or straw bale houses: These homes vary quite a bit in price. Most of these types of homes are DIY projects, made from organic materials including clay, straw and sand.

* Treehouses cost: $75,000–$400,000 when building a luxury model. Building a simple treehouse for your kids might only run you about $400.

* Building a guest house costs: $45,000–$100,000+

* A-frame homes cost: $100–$200 per square foot.

* Beach houses cost: +$20,000–$60,000 to your home's build due to the addition of stilts. If you're thinking of just lifting the house later, don't. It's significantly cheaper to do it while you are building the house. Lifting a house cost can get as high as $25,000–$100,000.