[US-CA] Is $105k reasonable estimate for a full interior remodel in California?

Hi everyone, I’m getting bids for a full interior remodel of a ~1200 sq. ft house in NorCal and one of the contractors quoted me $105k. Here’s exactly what this includes (itemized and for each, materials are included in the cost along with labor):

Drywall Labor + Materials (some of the ceiling need major work due to cracks and sagging): $13k LVP Flooring (involves breaking existing tile): $10k Bathroom #1 w/ tile: $14k Bathroom #2 w/ tile: $13k Kitchen: $35k Miscellaneous (like paint, doors, trim, new lighting): $14k New windows throughout house: $6k

This is the first time I’ve ever taken a remodeling project and the other bids I got were wildly different. A handyman gave me an estimate for $45k which sounded way too low, while another contractor gave me an estimate of $160k.

Maybe worth mentioning that the house is currently worth around $310k.

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Hi everyone, I’m getting bids for a full interior remodel of a ~1200 sq. ft house in NorCal and one of the contractors quoted me $105k. Here’s exactly what this includes (itemized and for each, materials are included in the cost along with labor): Drywall Labor + Materials (some of the ceiling need major work due to cracks and sagging): $13k LVP Flooring (involves breaking existing tile): $10k Bathroom #1 w/ tile: $14k Bathroom #2 w/ tile: $13k Kitchen: $35k Miscellaneous (like paint, doors, trim, new lighting): $14k New windows throughout house: $6k This is the first time I’ve ever taken a remodeling project and the other bids I got were wildly different. A handyman gave me an estimate for $45k which sounded way too low, while another contractor gave me an estimate of $160k. Maybe worth mentioning that the house is currently worth around $310k. submitted by /u/Lost_Son_of_Satan [link] [comments]

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