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Planning to build a house

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Offline caligula

Reply #15 on: May 11, 2014, 08:37:48 PM
Gandang topic. Gusto ko rin yang mga house construction at remodeling. Sugunoy, may floor plan ka ba noong inattach mong proposed residence? I like it.


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Re: Planning to build a house
« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2014, 08:37:48 PM »

Offline phil_13

Reply #16 on: May 12, 2014, 03:31:08 PM
Hi, I am Licensed Engineer and a contractor as well.

You can contact me if you want some thorough understanding about construction and construction management.

Please send your query on pengineeringservices@yahoo.com

or you may contact me on 09296633077.

I will send you a quotation for design and construct (labor and materials) based on your lot area.

Definitely, sapat naman ang budget mo para sa gusto mung bahay na ipapatayo.



Offline johnny0616

Reply #17 on: May 26, 2014, 03:48:14 PM
ayan meron na palang developer na mako-contact...

sa amin sa nueva ecija ay mga 25-28k pero ikaw ang bibili ng materials para alam mo ang quality and durability plus elegance. kasama na kasi dito ang perimeter fence, gates (garahe at tao) at stainless steel terrace and stairs handrails.

masyado kasing mahal ang labor ngayon kaya parang mas mainam yata yung package deal na developer pero ikaw ang pipili ng tile sizes and thickness, built-in closet materials, roof panel and paint colors, etc.
not to mention the quality of doors and windows (dark bronze anodized or baked enamel painted)

ang miscellaneous expenses ang matindi (building permit, water and electricity, sub-division bond, etc.)

ang pinakamahal pala ay iyong paint system... ipon muna bago mapatapos.

this is based in my ongoing house construction na ang balance na lang ay tiles, built-in closet and paintings (internal and external). ito nga pala ay 2 storey modern design 5 bedrooms, 3 toilets house.


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Re: Planning to build a house
« Reply #17 on: May 26, 2014, 03:48:14 PM »

Offline argonout

Reply #18 on: June 13, 2014, 08:05:05 PM
depende pa rin kc yan kung magkano ang materials available... kung ung oks lng sau ung mga requested or desired materials, hahanap ka talaga ng more affordable near within city.... mahal po ba ang materials dyan even in province area? :think:


Offline jcoles21

Reply #19 on: June 14, 2014, 07:35:45 PM
for 2 storey 15k to 17k depende sa finishing materials na gagamitin, if with roof deck tulad ng nasa pics mo mga 18k to 22k depende sa finishing materials na gusto mo gamitin. 3m safe budget na yan para sa area at design ng iyong perspective house.


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Re: Planning to build a house
« Reply #19 on: June 14, 2014, 07:35:45 PM »

Offline latrell

Reply #20 on: July 25, 2014, 10:18:43 AM
Hi all!

First of all, hindi ko alam kung san nga ba nararapat ang thread na to. Just in case na naliligaw, kindly move po. :)

I am planning to construct a house on the lot that I have purchased with an "quite ok" budget. But I don't have the idea where to start.
I have started researching on contractors/developers and contacted some of them for a computation. Based on my research, house construction goes around Php18,000-22,000.

There are some contractors offering me this and that. But I am hesitant because I don't have a way to know if they're legit.

Any tips ma ka-PT?

THanks and have a nice day!

18k - 22k per sq.m medyo nasa high class k na nyan..pero depende kasi sa materyales at finishing ng bahay mo..san ba location mo? kung province ka mahal yan pero kung mga nasa elite na lugar ko ok na yang budget na yan..

isa pang advise brod, ingat k lng sa mga contractor na kukunin mo lalot wla kang alam baka samantalahin ka nila lalo na sa quality ng trabaho..its better to have a good quality kasi ikaw ang titira dun..

anything pm ka lng..inhinyero din ako..
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Offline netshot

Reply #21 on: August 21, 2014, 12:46:42 PM
hindi di po ako architect/engineer pero based on my experience 18-22k/sqm ay medyo mahal na. i think kung shell lang  pag usapan nasa 9-11k/sqm siguro.


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Reply #22 on: September 28, 2014, 06:10:03 PM
If anyone can answer my question i would greatly appreciate it.
First question, how much will it cost kung magpapa-extend ng another room s 2nd floor ng bahay at magpapalagay ng divisions para sa room.good for 2 bedrooms lang kasi ung bahay so magpapa-extend ng isa pa s taas.
2nd question, pag magpapa-extend sa likod ng bahay at ipapaayos ground floor magkano aabutin.
May existing ng bahay, 44 sqm ang floor area, up and down n un and the lot area is 56 sqm.in short renovation po mangyayari.thanks ng marami.


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Offline kinetic

Reply #23 on: October 19, 2014, 06:05:43 AM
@Ravendelle
 Two-storey na po ba ngayon ang bahay nyo at extension lang ng 2nd floor ang additional room? Kung one-storey lang po kasi at magdadagdag kayo ng 2ng floor, iyong pundasyon po ang kailangang i-check. Pangalawa po ay iyong mga haligi at biga na kakabitan nyo. Pero kung gagawa kayo ng hiwalay na pundasyon ay wala pong problema. Sorry po at wala akong idea sa presyuhan ngayon, naiba ako ng linya eh.

Goodluck po sa pagpapagawa.


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Reply #24 on: October 19, 2014, 02:32:43 PM

@Ravendelle
 Two-storey na po ba ngayon ang bahay nyo at extension lang ng 2nd floor ang additional room? Kung one-storey lang po kasi at magdadagdag kayo ng 2ng floor, iyong pundasyon po ang kailangang i-check. Pangalawa po ay iyong mga haligi at biga na kakabitan nyo. Pero kung gagawa kayo ng hiwalay na pundasyon ay wala pong problema. Sorry po at wala akong idea sa presyuhan ngayon, naiba ako ng linya eh.

Goodluck po sa pagpapagawa.

Hi sir,

Tnx po s pagsagot.existing ng may second floor ung bahay.bale mag extend lng for another bedroom s taas.ano po b mga requirements if ever?need pb n ip-architect ko?tnx ulit sa sasagot. ^_^


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Offline naruto789544

Reply #25 on: October 21, 2014, 01:03:42 AM
hi sir... just want to give you an idea of the existing cost for constructing a house...

class "a" - 17k up per square meter
class "b" - 13k-16k per square meter
class "c" - 10k-12k per square meter
class "d" - 8k-9k per square meter

for the rough works meaning wala pang finish average cost per square meter is up to 7k per square meter... so you just deduct the total cost per square meter like class "a" 17k - rough 7k = 10k per square meter for the finishing works... normally, the cost of finishing is the one which will really be expensive since the basic structure cost is quite standard...

there are many things to consider when constructing or renovating... best bet for you is to find a friend which has knowledge in construction... he or she may not be a licensed one as long as he/she knows construction..  also, the location will affect the cost like if you're in the province etc.  try looking for an architect/engineer which will make schemes for free... then once you're satisfied, get quotes from different contracting groups...

tip... if you want to save, have the plans designed by a good architect.. ask for him to include the full estimate and specifications so that you will know what and how much to spend.. then you get your own workers and buy the materials yourself..  and supervise the work...

if you need some added inputs just pm me sir...

hope this helps...


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Reply #26 on: October 21, 2014, 06:33:35 AM

hi sir... just want to give you an idea of the existing cost for constructing a house...

class "a" - 17k up per square meter
class "b" - 13k-16k per square meter
class "c" - 10k-12k per square meter
class "d" - 8k-9k per square meter

for the rough works meaning wala pang finish average cost per square meter is up to 7k per square meter... so you just deduct the total cost per square meter like class "a" 17k - rough 7k = 10k per square meter for the finishing works... normally, the cost of finishing is the one which will really be expensive since the basic structure cost is quite standard...

there are many things to consider when constructing or renovating... best bet for you is to find a friend which has knowledge in construction... he or she may not be a licensed one as long as he/she knows construction..  also, the location will affect the cost like if you're in the province etc.  try looking for an architect/engineer which will make schemes for free... then once you're satisfied, get quotes from different contracting groups...

tip... if you want to save, have the plans designed by a good architect.. ask for him to include the full estimate and specifications so that you will know what and how much to spend.. then you get your own workers and buy the materials yourself..  and supervise the work...

if you need some added inputs just pm me sir...

hope this helps...


Hi sir,

Thank you for your response.  Can u tell what is class a,b,c, and d?  Ung property po nasa isang subdivision s bulacan.


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Offline naruto789544

Reply #27 on: October 21, 2014, 12:07:54 PM

Hi sir,

Thank you for your response.  Can u tell what is class a,b,c, and d?  Ung property po nasa isang subdivision s bulacan.


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class "a" - finish is normally in the high end - normally seen in exclusive subdivisions
                example : tiles - italian granite/marble
                               paint - spray painted walls. cabinets - duco paint finish or varnished finish
                               cabinets - fabricated cabinets with pull-out trays etc
                               fixtures - american/italian/european products
class "b" - finish is the higher end - normally seen in subdivisions/residential areas
                example : tiles - china granite/marble
                                         local tiles such as mariwasa and eurotiles but the higher end models
                               paint - painted ceilings, walls and cabinets - duco paint finish or varnished finish
                               cabinets - fabricated cabinets though not as high as the class "a" finish
                               fixtures - almost the same as class "a" although not as pricey
class "c" - finish is at the lower end - normally seen in common houses/residential areas - this is the house of most Filipinos
               example : tiles - china or local ceramic tiles
                              paint - semi duco finish
                              cabinets - fabricated cabinets but materials used are not as pricey as the above
                              fixtures - normally china and local items
class "d" - finish is just like the housing projects in bulacan and cavite area - low cost housing

i would recommend you try to find a friend who knows construction which can assists you when looking for a contractor...  had your location been in metro manila i would be more than willing to assist you but i am tied up with my works here in metro manila.  if you can send me the description of your lot and dimensions and pics of the existing house and your idea on what to do, i may make some scheme for you and give you an approximate on how much it will cost.. pm me more for details if you need additional help...


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Reply #28 on: October 21, 2014, 12:11:39 PM

class "a" - finish is normally in the high end - normally seen in exclusive subdivisions
                example : tiles - italian granite/marble
                               paint - spray painted walls. cabinets - duco paint finish or varnished finish
                               cabinets - fabricated cabinets with pull-out trays etc
                               fixtures - american/italian/european products
class "b" - finish is the higher end - normally seen in subdivisions/residential areas
                example : tiles - china granite/marble
                                         local tiles such as mariwasa and eurotiles but the higher end models
                               paint - painted ceilings, walls and cabinets - duco paint finish or varnished finish
                               cabinets - fabricated cabinets though not as high as the class "a" finish
                               fixtures - almost the same as class "a" although not as pricey
class "c" - finish is at the lower end - normally seen in common houses/residential areas - this is the house of most Filipinos
               example : tiles - china or local ceramic tiles
                              paint - semi duco finish
                              cabinets - fabricated cabinets but materials used are not as pricey as the above
                              fixtures - normally china and local items
class "d" - finish is just like the housing projects in bulacan and cavite area - low cost housing

i would recommend you try to find a friend who knows construction which can assists you when looking for a contractor...  had your location been in metro manila i would be more than willing to assist you but i am tied up with my works here in metro manila.  if you can send me the description of your lot and dimensions and pics of the existing house and your idea on what to do, i may make some scheme for you and give you an approximate on how much it will cost.. pm me more for details if you need additional help...

Thank you sir for the clear explanation.i will send u a message the soonest as i am also tied up right now in a project.


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Reply #29 on: November 20, 2014, 05:49:52 PM
i am also an engineer and a contractor. if needed, please try to contact me at 09328471849 salamat po. for your deaign and build needs.


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