ALABAMA’S MOST-AWARDED DESIGN/BUILD FIRM

WHAT WILL IT COST?

Our Pricing

At Precision Homecrafters, we provide clear insights into the investment required for your dream project. Our commitment to open communication ensures you have a comprehensive understanding of the costs involved. Explore our price ranges by project type below.  

From $35,000

 Elevate your hall bath (tub, toilet, and single or double sink vanity) with a budget ranging from $35,000 to $43,000. This includes all new materials and fixtures with drains remaining in their current locations.

From $45,000

 Transform your smaller bath (no separate tub and shower) into a sanctuary with costs ranging from $45,000 to $55,000. Larger baths, with some relocation of plumbing fixtures, range from $80,000 to $95,000.

From $95,000

 Revitalize your mid-size kitchen within the $95,000 – $110,000 range. Larger kitchens, expansions, or relocations of appliances and fixtures can push costs to $125,000 – $190,000, excluding new appliances.

From $85,000

 Elevate your outdoor living and entertaining experience with covered decks and screen porches. $85,000 to $135,000+ is typical for beautiful spaces made of premium materials, well-integrated with your home.

From $165/SF

 Unleash the potential of your unfinished lower level for $165 to $210 per square foot. These projects, typically entertainment areas, with plumbing, appliances, and cabinetry, redefine your basement experience.

From $150,000

 Expand your home with a single-level, main-floor addition for extra bedrooms or a master suite, ranging from $150,000 to $225,000. Larger or multi-story additions extend from $275,000 to $425,000+.

From $350,000

 Is your house too small but the location is perfect? Discover the value of a second-story addition for $350,000 to $550,000+.

From $750,000

PHC is well-equipped to handle large-scale renovations in the $1m+ range. With our unique design/build approach and longevity in the business, you can rest assured your home is in capable and trustworthy hands.

Pricing for Design/Build Services

When you hire a design/build firm, you’re going to pay more than a regular remodeling contractor. A design/build firm offers an integrated approach, combining both design and construction services under one roof, leading to streamlined communication, unified project responsibility, and often, greater efficiency in time and cost. In contrast, a regular remodeling contractor focuses solely on construction, working from plans provided by an external designer or architect. This separation can sometimes result in communication challenges, potential delays, and additional costs due to the division between design and execution. The design/build model is particularly beneficial for complex or custom projects, offering a seamless blend of creativity and practical construction management, while traditional contractors are better suited for straightforward projects with a pre-defined design. Read more about the differences between Design/Build Firms and traditional contractors here.

Financing Options

PHC accepts a range of financing options. We have local banking partners if you need to finance you renovation. Click here to learn more.

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What does it cover?

Our design/build remodeling pricing covers a full range of services, providing a truly turn-key experience from start to finish. This includes:

  • Initial feasibility planning
  • Design services
  • Permitting
  • Inspections
  • Comprehensive construction management
  • All required trades work
  • Final clean-up
  • Normal building code-required upgrades (like smoke detectors GFCI outlets, and scald protect shower valves)
  • Addressing common issues in older homes (like moisture-damaged subflooring near toilet and shower drains)
  • Quality finishes (including cabinetry, countertops, tile, flooring, and paint)

 

*Please note that our pricing does not include appliances, significant rework to electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems, foundation repairs, or hazardous material remediation.