Friday, December 19 2014 

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· Home Improvement

· Construction
These construction estimates have been created by contractors using the National Estimator Software available from Craftsman Book Company. Each construction estimate can be downloaded by clicking and saving them to your National Estimator files. In exchange, please upload one of your construction or remodeling estimates. No name or personal data is needed. Your hard work in creating your own construction estimates can help others. Upload your estimates by clicking the link on the bottom left. Bonus: When you upload your template and we use it on the web site, you'll receive a free Craftsman T-Shirt!

Disclaimer: These estimates are user-provided and to be used as guides only. No claim is made to their accuracy nor to their completeness for all uses. Each estimate is provided as a basic guide or template for building upon. Prices may need updating and quantities are estimated based on size of job.

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The following estimates were created with the National Home Improvement Estimator.

National Home Improvement Estimator Current labor and material prices for home improvement projects. Provides manhours for each job, recommended crew size, and the labor cost for the removal and installation work. Material prices are current, with location adjustment factors and free monthly updates on the Web. Gives step-by-step instructions for the work, with helpful diagrams, and home improvement shortcuts and tips from an expert.

Includes a CD-ROM with an electronic version of the book, and National Estimator, a stand-alone Windows estimating program, plus an interactive multimedia tutorial that shows how to use the disk to compile home improvement cost estimates. Revised annually.

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Bathroom Remodel #1
  • Current bath/shower is fiberglass with shower curtain.
  • Remove and replace tub/shower combo and replace with cast iron Kohler tub and new fixtures.
  • Remove fiberboard backing, add concrete tile board, tile, new plumbing fixtures.
  • Add new sliding glass shower door.
  • Replace linoleum floor with non-slip ceramic tile.
  • Replace towel holders, toilet paper holder and robe hook, and plumbing fixtures.
  • Add high-velocity, but quiet bathroom fan.
  • Add new three-mirror medicine cabinet, bar lighting over sink, new Kohler elongated toilet, toilet seat, and sink fixture.
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Bathroom Remodel #2
  • Current bath/shower is enameled steel with shower curtain.
  • Remove and replace tub/shower combo and replace with new tub and enclosure with new plumbing fixtures.
  • Add new sliding glass shower door.
  • Replace linoleum floor with non-slip ceramic tile.
  • Replace towel holders, toilet paper holder and robe hook, and plumbing fixtures.
  • Remove and replace bathroom window with vinyl dual glazed window.
  • Add new three-mirror medicine cabinet, bar lighting over sink, new kohler elongated toilet, toilet seat, and sink fixture.
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Bathroom Repair
  • Current bath/shower is steel with shower curtain.
  • Part of subfloor suffers from water damage and rot because of failure of shower curtain.
  • Proposal: Add new sliding glass shower door.
  • Remove/replace toilet with new water-saving toilet.
  • Replace shut-off valve and supply hose.
  • Demo damaged sections of subfloor and replace with fresh plywood, replace linoleum floor.
  • Repair water damage and paint bathroom.
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Kitchen Remodel
  • Remove and replace existing kitchen cabinets.
  • Replace with new oak cabinets.
  • Remove current formica countertops and replace with granite countertops.
  • Replace kitchen sink and fixture.
  • Remove cabinets.
  • Per linear foot of cabinet face or back (whichever is longer).
  • The cost of removing base cabinets includes the cost of removing the countertop.
  • Add the cost of moving plumbing, electrical and HVAC lines.
  • These figures assume debris is piled on site.
  • No salvage of materials or fixture moving is included.
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Deck Repair/Replace
  • Remove and replace rotted deck 2 x 6 lumber with fiberon decking.
  • Some repair to pressure-treated joists and beams.
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Sliding Door
  • Remove/replace old aluminum single glass sliding door with dual pane vinyl sliding door.
  • Patch and paint existing exterior wall.
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