What will my project cost?

The numbers below should help inform your budget expectations when you hire Landis for a well-designed and well-built construction project. The below costs are additive (i.e. for a one-story addition that includes a kitchen, add the two budget ranges) and combining projects will typically incur cost savings. Projects can also be completed in phases. These prices anticipate that the project is in an older home with aging plumbing, electrical systems, settlement, mud-set floors, and lead paint remediation. Projects in newer homes will be at the lower end of the range. Painting and appliances are not included in chart below.

If you have a project which does not fit the project types below, give us a call so we can better understand your scope.

Initial Consultation
Design Fees
One-Story Addition
Multi-Story Addition
Add Story/Pop-Up
Whole House Renovation
Hall Bathroom
Primary Bathroom
Basement Dig-Out
New House
Roof Deck
Accessory Dwelling Unit
Finish Existing Basement/Attic
Basement renovation (without a dig-out)
Hazmat Remediation - Asbestos, Mold, Lead, etc.,


How can I finance my project?

When you’re planning a remodeling project, start thinking early about how you’ll finance the project. The scale of the project that you can undertake will be directly influenced by the amount of money available. You can complete a Feasibility Study to see if the project can be completed within your budget. If your remodeling plans are ambitious or expensive, you can consider creating a Master Plan to complete your project in phases–perhaps over a period of years.

1. Cash
2. Home equity line of credit
3. Cash-out refinancing
4. Loan to future value

Our partners can help you understand these options

Jim Webster
Fulton Bank
240-620-1414 (cell)

Pat McGloon
First National Bank Corporation
240-381-3105 (cell)

CJ Kemp
Truist Bank
301-651-4189 (cell)