1. Total Built Up Area: Total built up area: The construction cost calculation for your property in Delhi is based on covered area, half of covered area, basement and open area. This area number gives the total built area.
Covered Area: Including rooms, elevator rooms, toilets, security rooms, stairs, toilets, underground water tanks, rainwater catchment pits, etc.
Half Covered Area: Includes balconies, sunken courtyards, areas with slabs but not walls for parking, etc.
Basement: Including retaining walls and stairs, elevator shaft, elevator room.
Open Area: Including shaft/courtyard area on each floor, open-to-sky area including terrace, no no-load umbrella area on each floor, etc.
All of these areas also depend on FAR consumption. Some families spend all of the property’s FAR and build the maximum number of floors on their property, others may just want to build the number of floors their family can comfortably live on. Calculate the FAR calculator for your property in Delhi here.
2. Specifications for Interior and Exterior Finishing: The calculation of the construction cost of a house in Delhi is also very dependent on the specifications that a family chooses for their own home depending on their tastes and needs. These include the type of kitchen the family can choose (modular or normal), the flooring they prefer (Italian marble or ceramic tile), the quality of the bathroom furniture, whether they like stone facade cladding or a large grillwork, etc.
3. Quality/Brands of Building Materials Used: Each material used in the construction of houses has a different quality and brand. After the quality parameters are met, it is usually the family who decides which brand to choose.