The following information is an overview of remodeling costs. This is based on national information, regional information, and our own information. Keep in mind that costs vary dramatically based on selections, feasibility, and market conditions.
Certified interior design costs between $100 – $125 an hour. Services include establishing layout, 3D renderings, CAD drawings, space planning, furniture selection, window coverings, trade-partner plans, and more.
A general rule of thumb is that kitchen remodels cost between 10-15% of the value of a home, plus the cost of appliances. Our experience is that most kitchen remodels, using quality materials (nothing builder grade) start in the mid $60k range. This would include some design work, project management, new cabinets, countertops, sink, faucet, disposal, some electrical work, minor drywall repairs, painting, and backsplash tile. When flooring, layout changes, structural changes, and/or semi-custom cabinets are included, costs can exceed six figures.
Master bath remodels will cost at least 10% the value of a home. Tile work, higher-end tubs, cabinetry, heated floors, or rearranging floor plans will increase the cost. Smaller bathrooms, like spare bathrooms that have a tub/shower, small vanity, and a toilet start in the $30k range.
A shed roof is the most basic form of a patio cover. Built over a concrete slab, the cost starts in the mid $20,000 range, which includes lighting and tongue-and-groove ceiling. The cost of a gable roof generally starts in the mid-to-upper $30,000 range. Building over an existing deck can add additional costs since the foundation of the deck and layout of the railing come into play. The foundation, framing, windows, and doors of the existing house impact the feasibility/cost.
Patio Enclosures / Four Season’s Rooms / Sunrooms Remodeling
Enclosures and four season’s rooms are the same thing; just different terms people use to describe them. A sunroom actually carries different code requirements, think glass/plastic ceilings. All of these are similar to additions, but with a few code differences that simplify and lower costs. Prices can exceed six-figures and would include a deck, a room with a patio cover, insulated walls and floors, lighting, operable windows, and a heat source. Amenities that increase costs include fireplaces, outdoor kitchens, audio/visual, masonry, tongue and groove ceilings, and glass doors.
Additions generally start in the upper $200 per square foot range. This would be for a project that is accessible and at ground level with no bathrooms. Many factors that can drive or reduce costs, including lumber prices, transportation costs, and labor costs.
Costs often exceed $100 per square foot and vary drastically depending on bathrooms (number of and finishes), wet bars (cabinetry, size, appliances), fireplaces, flooring, and finishes like stone.
A typical replacement deck in the Colorado Springs area would be 275 square feet in size and would include low-maintenance materials, treated/kiln dried structure, manufactured iron railings, and a set of steps. The cost would start in the $30k range. Upgrades like steel framing, lights, custom wrought iron railing, and/or a mid-span landing on the steps will increase the cost.