Estimated Kit Homes Prices and Construction Cost Guide
You can download a copy of the PDF file to view the indicative pricing for our wide range of kit homes, based on N3 wind rating and BAL-low. Note that delivery costs will be extra.
You will note the breakdown of prices for different stages of home kits:
- Lock up stage home kits
- Lining stage home kits
- Final stage home kits
- Floor kits (optional - when you choose elevated floor instead of concrete slab)
So if you plan to do it yourself (DIY), i.e. to obtain an owner builder license and build your dream home as an owner builder, you can choose to which stage of home kits you want.
You can also employ a licensed builder to do it for you (DIFY). We may be able to arrange an iBuild Affiliated Builder for your build.
For your budgeting purpose, you will also note the estimated construction cost in the far right table. Please be advised the estimated labour & construction cost is a general guide only, based on build on concrete slab only. Site specific conditions may significantly impact the actual cost. For DIFY budget purpose, you will need to add up the full kits materials costs and the labour & construction cost.
Video - Kit Homes Prices Table Walk Through
iBuild team member Sam explains the iBuild Kit Homes Prices table, and reveals a secret which could help you save thousands of dollars.
Click the play button to watch the video. You can click the "full screen" button on the bottom right, to view the video in full screen.
Other Costs You May Need To Consider
In addition to the material supply costs of our home kits, you may need to consider other associated costs which may be applicable to your project.
Delivery from any of 5 major capital cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth) to client's site can be arranged for an extra fee at approximately $500/100km
Nationwide Flat Rate Metro Delivery - $500 across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth
Labour & Erection Costs
Highly dependent on local builder and tradies charge-out rates, and site specific conditions such as soil, wind rating and bush fire attack levels requirements.
Permits and Approval Costs
Compliance and approval related costs such as land survey, soil test, footing design, council planning permit, and building permit
You can manage yourself or ask iBuild to help for a service fee.