How much am I being overcharged? (COVID edition)
The numbers to me and my past experience are all over the place. Some came in way lower than expected, some about right, and some much higher than expected. I assume COVID might have to do with some of it
Detached house, approx. 3000sqft. 10' ceilings on main, 9' on second.
- 23x interior doors from 8' Colonial to 8' Carrara - $385 total
- Baseboard from 4" Colonial 3/8" thick to 5-1/4", 5/8" chamfered, and from 2-3/4" Colonial casing to 3-1/2", 3/4" thick - $3901
- Gas Rough-In with additional outlet for range top - $833
- Hardwood flooring - approx. $17/sqft. to upgrade from carpeted areas, and $6.7/sqft. to upgrade from standard 3-1/2" hardwood areas. MSRP for the 5-1/4" hardwood selected is about $8.5/sqft.
- Tiles - approx. $15-16/sqft. to upgrade from standard 13x13 tiles. MSRP for the tile we selected is about $5.5/sqft.
- Additional GFI outlets $224, CAT6 with finisihed jack, $279
- Kitchen/bathroom sink upgrades are approx. 20% more than retail in lieu of standard sinks
- Cabinet hardware upgrade to 5" is approx $8 each in lieu of standard 4" hardware.
- Smooth second floor ceiling - approx $3K
- Waffle ceiling 17'x13.5' in lieu of existing coffered ceiling - $3600
- Metal pickets from wood pickets, about 40 linear feet - $3433
- 4x4 posts from 3x3 - $600 each