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new addition cost per square foot

Building an addition in Kent ohio;
750 square feet
radiant slab on grade, no basement
single story

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Hmmm...a 24 x 32 (768sf) monolith pour with labor and concrete (approx. 20yds.) would reasonably cost about $6500 to start. If you chose masonry for walls add $3500 (about 700 block @ 8ft) depending on avg. window dimensions and ext.door choices. Add residential roof trusses (with a 4/12pitch) about $150ea. installed ... total needed 17 ... approx $2600. Then approx 40 sheets of 1/2 sheeting (installed) add $1500, and shingles (about 12 sq. @$250ea ... cost:  $3000.  Total for rough unfinished addition approx. $15,600. 

Rough Avg cost approx. $21/sf (unfinished) but your structure is established.

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September 23 2013
You need to contact a local Contractor there and get you some proposals as to what you want.
As a Contractor I do not base anything on sq. ft. I like to sit down with the client and get the exact information so that I can give them an exact quote.

Costs should be evaluated on the property type, caliber of the work, quality of materials used,  the clients want list, finishing materials(mid range, high end), cabinetry (type, species, brand, color,) counter tops ( mid range solid surface, high end granite), flooring ( laminate, hardwood, ceramics) custom items ( closet interiors, build-ins) ....etc...
A good seasoned Contractor will know the best products for the money and have a different options for you to choose.
If you go with a 'low ball' estimate then you are subjecting yourself to a 'cut the corners' job.
You need some plans for your new addition, sit down and write out your specific details for each room, ... know what you want and get a few estimates.
Select a Contractor based upon your budget, references of the Contractors work and you will know exactly what you are getting and feel better about your addition.
-Joseph-
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July 31 2013
Kitchen ? Open room ? Cost to build, or ?

Im assuming its in Ohio... not Beverly Hills ?

Cost differs quite a bit depending.... a little bit more info would help....
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