When you think of home makeover, the first thing comes in your mind is estimate/quote. Right? Because it is an obvious thing on which your plan relies.

Especially, when you plan to renovate your home In Mumbai, where you have enough option to go with like local contractor, reference contractors, online companies, third party web portals, well-known architects and interior designers etc.

Each of them has their own working styles, experience and rates also.

It is a quite upsetting situation and confusing too.

But don’t worry we have tried to solve your problem here,

Simply, if you want to get a rough idea of your home renovation estimate by yourself, then here we are giving you a thumb rule for calculating an estimate. (Applicable only if you are planning a complete end to end renovation.)

Every homeowner has their own needs and budget,

So we have divided it into three categories:
1. Economic Renovation
2. Deluxe Renovation
3. Premium Renovation

1. An economic renovation is with the basic ready to move type things with minimum amenities in the house.
Which includes-
1. Flooring changing (Vitrified Tiles – Local Brand)
2. Kitchen platform & wall tiles replacement (Granite/Green Marble)
3. Bathroom plumbing changing (Concealed plumbing – local brand)
4. Bathroom tiles replacement (Ceramic tiles – local brand)
5. Bathroom fittings changing (Local brands)
6. Electrical wiring replacement (ISI marked wires)
7. False Ceiling (Gypsum board – local brand)
8. Wall Painting (Luster paint)

Economic Renovation Costs – Rs.1000 to Rs.1500/- per sq.ft on carpet area.

1RK 225 to 300 sq.ft – Rs. 2,25,000 to Rs.4,50,000/-
1BHK 350 to 500 sq.ft – Rs.3,50,000 to Rs.7,50,000/-
2BHK 550 to 700 sq.ft – Rs.5,50,000 to Rs.10,50,000/-
3BHK 800 to 1000 sq.ft – Rs.8,00,000 to Rs.15,00,000/-

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2. Deluxe renovation is with the complete furniture and classic renovation with the branded materials.

Which includes-
1. Flooring changing (Vitrified Tiles – Nationalised Brand)
2. Kitchen platform & wall tiles replacement (Granite/Nano Marble/Quartz)
3. Bathroom plumbing changing (Concealed plumbing – Nationalized brand)
4. Bathroom tiles replacement (Ceramic/Digital tiles – Nationalized brand)
5. Bathroom fittings changing (Nationalized brand)
6. Electrical wiring & switches replacement (ISI marked wires & switches)
7. False Ceiling (Gypsum board & Acrylic)
8. Wall Painting (Luster paint)
9. Furniture for all rooms (Commercial Ply & Laminate – Nationalized Brand)
10. Modular Kitchen (Marine ply, laminate finish & SS trolleys)

Deluxe Renovation Costs – Rs.1800 to Rs.2500/- per sq.ft on carpet area.

1RK 225 to 300 sq.ft – Rs. 4,05,000 to Rs.5,62,500/-
1BHK 350 to 500 sq.ft – Rs.6,30,000 to Rs.12,50,000/-
2BHK 550 to 700 sq.ft – Rs.9,90,000 to Rs.17,50,000/-
3BHK 800 to 1000 sq.ft – Rs.14,40,000 to Rs.25,00,000/-

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3. A premium renovation is with all the amenities required in a dream home.

Which includes-
1. Flooring changing (Italian Marble / Italian Finish Tiles)
2. Kitchen platform & wall tiles replacement (Corian/Granite/Nano Marble)
3. Bathroom plumbing changing (Concealed plumbing -Premium brand)
4. Bathroom tiles replacement (Digital/Antiskid tiles – Premium brand)
5. Bathroom fittings changing (Premium brand)
6. Electrical wiring & switches replacement (ISI marked wires & switches)
7. False Ceiling (Gypsum board/ Acrylic / PVC)
8. Wall Painting (Royale Paints / Wallpaper)
9. Furniture for all rooms (Commercial/Marine Ply & Veneer / Laminate)
10. Modular Kitchen (Marine ply, Acrylic, Tandem Baskets)
11. Sliding Windows, Doors & Grill replacement

Premium Renovation Costs – Rs.3000 to Rs.4500/- per sq.ft on carpet area.

1BHK 400 to 500 sq.ft – Rs.12,00,000 to Rs.22,50,000/-
2BHK 600 to 750 sq.ft – Rs.18,00,000 to Rs.33,75,000/-
3BHK 850 to 1200 sq.ft – Rs.25,50,000 to Rs.54,00,000/-

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The above-mentioned figure is calculated on thumb rule only, which is a standard practice of contractors and interior designers for giving a rough estimate to clients verbally.

However, it may not apply in your case and should not consider for every project.

It is recommended to have a site visit, measurements, and discussion on your requirements with contractor or interior designer to get a fair itemized estimate from them before finalizing your home renovation plan.