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Cost of Building Materials in Nigeria

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The cost of building materials in Nigeria have not gone up altogether in a previous couple of months. Looking at the present costs of building materials and the cost of building materials in Nigeria as at November 2016, we find that, in the fundamental, costs have stayed unaltered. This is in opposition to the accepted way of thinking that ‘costs are going up’ due to the unfriendly monetary circumstance in the nation. The costs of building materials have stayed unaltered despite the naira appreciating in value.

This has remained so since dealers purchased products when the conversion rate of the dollar was one dollar to over N500, some even purchased when it was N520 to a dollar. Despite the fact that the naira is appreciating in value against global monetary standards, merchants would not offer the building materials lower than the cost the bought it as they need to make some profit as well. The cost of building materials in Nigeria is not expected to drop quickly until the point when brokers auction their old stocks which they purchased when the naira had a lower value.

This price list for building materials in Nigeria was arranged to enable real estate financial investors to plan towards a building project particularly those abroad and business people who need to put resources into the supply of both foreign made and neighbourhood building materials in Nigeria.

The following are the most recent prices of building materials in Nigeria.

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BRANDS OF CEMENT

1 50kg bag of Dangote cement ==> ₦2,570
600bags to 1 Trailer load ==> ₦1,510,000

1 50kg bag of Elephant cement ==> ₦2,550
600bags to 1 Trailer load ==> ₦1,470,000

1 50kg bag of Eagle cement ==> ₦2,550
600 bags to 1 Trailer load ==> ₦1,490,000

1 50kg bag of UNICEM cement ==> ₦2,550
600 bags to 1 trailer load ==> ₦1,480,000

1 50kg bag of Cellular Concrete cement ==> ₦1,800
600bags to 1 trailer load ==> ₦1,030,000

STEEL ROD

1 whole length of 25mm steel rod ==> ₦4,500

1 tonne (42pcs/tonne) of 25mm steel rod ==> ₦180,000
1 whole length of 20mm steel rod ==> ₦2,600

1 tonne (74pcs/tonne) of 20mm steel rod ==> ₦180,000
1 whole length of 16mm steel rod ==> ₦1,500
1 tonne (120pcs/tonne) of 16mm steel rod ==> ₦170,000

1 whole length of 12mm steel rod ==> ₦1,100

1 tonne (176pcs/tonne) of 12mm steel rod ==> ₦165,000
1 whole length of 10mm steel rod ==> ₦1,000

1tonne (185pcs/tonne) of 10mm steel rod==> ₦165,000
1 whole length of 8mm steel rod ==> ₦700

1 tonne (282pcs/tonne) of 8mm steel rod ==> ₦165,000

1 roll of BRC Mesh 3.5mm – 20m ==> ₦14,000
1 roll of BRC Mesh 4.0mm – 20m ==> ₦17,000
1 roll of BRC Mesh 4.0mm – 25m ==> ₦25,000

1 bundle of flexible Binding wire ==> ₦5,500
10kg roll of flexible binding wire ==> ₦45,000

1 bundle of stiff binding wire ==> ₦6,000
10kg roll of stiff binding wire ==> ₦47,000

CONCRETE

20 tonnes load of Granite (3/4 inch) ==> ₦85,000
20 tonnes load of Granite (1/2 inch) ==> ₦80,000
20 tonnes load of Granite (1/4 inch) ==> ₦75,000
20 tonnes load of Granite stone dust ==> ₦55,000
20 tonnes load of Granite (1 inch) ==> ₦85,000
7 tonnes load of Gravel (1-1/4 inch) ==> ₦35,000

SAND

20 tonnes of Sharp sand (Highly silty) ==> ₦42,000
20 tonnes of Sharp sand (Moderately silty) ==> ₦40,000
20 tonnes of Sharp sand (fairly silty) ==> ₦35,000

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7 tonnes of Smooth/plaster sand (very smooth) ==> ₦25,000
7 tonnes of Smooth sand (fairly smooth) ==> ₦18,000
7 tonnes of Smooth sand (sticky/gum) ==> ₦25,000

LATERITE

10 tonnes of Laterite (Highly clayey, red) ==> ₦14,000
10 tonnes of Laterite (Highly clayey, yellowish-brown) ==> ₦12,000
10 tonnes of Laterite (Highly clayey, dirty white) ==> ₦10,000
10 tonnes of Laterite (fairly clayey, red) ==> ₦10,000
10 tonnes of Laterite (Fairly clayey, yellowish brown) ==> ₦10,000
10 tonnes of Laterite ( Fairly clayey, dirty white) ==> ₦10,000

10 tonnes of Filling sand (absorbent) ==> ₦20,000
10 tonnes of Filling sand (black soil) ==> ₦10,000
10 tonnes of Filling material (rubbles) ==> ₦12,000

7 tonnes of Hardcore (Broken blocks, sand crete) ==> ₦17,500
15 tonnes of Hardcore (Boulder, small) ==> ₦45,000
15 tonnes of Hardcore (Boulder, large) ==> ₦70,000

ROOFING SHEETS LONG SPAN

1 sheet of 0.45 Aluminium roofing sheet ==> ₦1,550 – ₦1,700
1 sheet of 0.55 Aluminium roofing sheet ==> ₦1,900 – ₦2,200
1 sheet of 0.70 Aluminium roofing sheet ==> ₦2,400 – ₦2,600
1 sheet of 0.90 Aluminium roofing sheet ==> ₦2,700 – ₦3100

WINDOW

Casement

600 x 600 mm Aluminium glazed==> ₦7,000 – 8,000
600 x 600mm Bronze-plated ==> ₦7,000 – 8,000
600 x 750mm bronze plated ==> ₦9,000 – 10,500

Sliding

600 x 600 mm Aluminium glazed ==> ₦4,000 – 5,500
600 x 600mm Bronze-plated ==> ₦7,000 – 8,000
600 x 750mm bronze-plated ==> ₦7,000 – 8,000

Fixed

600 x 600mm Aluminium glazed ==> ₦3,500 – 5,000
600 x 600mm Bronze Plated ==> ₦6,500 – 8,000
600 x 750 mm bronze plated ==> ₦7,000 – 8,000

Louvre
750 x 750mm louvre window ==> ₦1,800
1500 x 1200mm louvre window ==> ₦8,000
1800 x 1200mm louvre window ==> ₦10,000

BURGLARY PROOF

750 x 750mm wrought iron fabricated burglary proof ==> ₦2,000
900 x 1200mm wrought iron fabricated ==> ₦5,000
1200 x 1200mm wrought iron fabricated burglary proof ==> ₦9,500
1500 x 1200mm wrought iron fabricated burglary proof ==> ₦10,500
900 x 2100mm wrought iron fabricated burglary proof ==> ₦13,000

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PLYWOOD

1 full sheet of Plywood (1/4 inch, Afara) ==> ₦2,000
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/2 inch, Afara) ==> ₦3,300
1 full sheet of Plywood (3/4 inch, Afara) ==> ₦5,200
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/4 inch, Obeche) ==> ₦1,500
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/2 inch, Obeche) ==> ₦3,000
1 full sheet of Plywood (3/4 inch, Obeche) ==> ₦4,000
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/4 inch, Mgs) ==> ₦1,600
1 full sheet of Plywood (3/4 inch, Marine) ==> ₦8,000
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/4 inch, Resin coated) ==> ₦2,500
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/2 inch, Resin coated) ==> ₦2,800
1 full sheet of Plywood (3/4 inch, Resin coated) ==> ₦3,200
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/4 inch, veneer) ==> ₦2,200
1 full sheet of Plywood (1/2 inch, Veneer) ==> ₦2,700
1 full sheet of Plywood (3/4 inch, Veneer) ==> ₦3,500

NAILS

1 bag of (1 inch) ==> ₦6,200
1 bag of (2 inches) ==> ₦5,800
1 bag of (2 1/2 inches) ==> ₦6,000
1 bag of (3 inches) ==> ₦6,000
1 bag of (4 inches) ==> ₦6,500

Concrete nails
1 pack of 2 inches ==> ₦900
1 pack of 3 inches ==> ₦1,000
1 pack of 4 inches ==> ₦1,200

The cost of building materials in Nigeria is reliant on the dollar to naira conversion rate. The Federal Government of Nigeria is guaranteeing that traditional materials are the main building materials utilized as a part of a building development. You can ask for at the cost of locally made building materials in Nigeria from your building temporary worker. Requesting the cost for building materials in Nigeria will give you a thought of what amount does it cost to build a house for each square foot.

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