Cost To Build a Two-Bedroom House In Kenya

Building a two-bedroom house in Nairobi, for example, will be far more expensive than in Eldoret, Kisumu, Migori, or any of the other cities and towns in Kenya.

Due to the high cost of home construction, some people would rather rent a home than buy one. The opposite is true. Preparing the foundation is the only complicated part of building a house, and it can cost up to 20,000 Kenyan Shillings.

The following lists the minimum and recommended materials for constructing a Two-Bedroom House.

1. Cement, 1,150 bags at 700 shillings apiece (105,000 shillings total).

2. Three truckloads of River Sand cost 36,000 Kenyan Shillings ($12,000.

3. A load of hard rock stones will set you around 11,000 KSH for each lorry, round trip.

4. 80,000 KSH for 4 boards of timber and fascia. Dollars per Capita (DPC) Equals 12,000 Kenyan Shillings.

5, Kitchen Cabinets and Sinks: 50,000 KSH

6. Iron sheets 30 feet long cost 1,000 Kenyan Shillings ($30), for a grand total of 30,000 KSh for roofing materials.

7. The price of bricks is 45,000 Kenyan Shillings each 7.3 lorrie.

8.Tiles (30×30) Eighty Boxes = Eight Hundred Eighty Times 60,000 Kenyan Shillings

9. Tiles for a bathroom, 10 boxes for 7,000 KSH.

10.2 Two steel doors, one for the main entrance and the other for the kitchen, plus two wooden doors for one bedroom (totaling 20,000 shillings) and four windows (one each for the kitchen, the bedroom, and the living room) costing 5,000 shillings add up to 20,000 shillings.

11. Paint, primer, and brushes/rollers cost about 40,000 shillings in total.

12. Twelve-foot diameter round poles are six thousand Kenyan shillings.

13. Cost of electrical outlets, wiring, and plumbing supplies: 40,000 Kenyan Shillings

14. Three passes at the wall equals nine thousand shillings.

15. Pipes, a basin, a flow trap, and 30,000 KSH in plumbing materials

16. Roofing nails, 4 inches, 2 inches, and 5 inches, each 10 kilograms, cost a total of 10,000 Kenyan Shillings.

17.Y10 = 14,000, R6 = 6,000, Y12 9,500.

18. 10. Kilograms of binding wire cost 1,500 Kenyan Shillings.

19. 100,000 KSH for labor and travel costs

The entire cost of construction for this home should be less than 800,000.

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