How Much Does A 3D Printed House Cost?
One great benefit of 3D printed houses is that they cost less to produce. Why?
+ They take days instead of months to build
+ They require fewer materials and produce less waste
+ You need just a handful of people to oversee the machine
It’s estimated that 3D printing technology can reduce construction costs by 20-40%.
The average cost to build a home in the U.S. in 2022 is around $282,000. Producing the same home with 3D printed concrete could cost $169,200 - $225,600.
3D printing technology has the potential to make homes affordable.
That being said, there are some costs that are still wildly variable, and some aspects of the construction process cannot be handled by a 3D printer. Costs that won’t be affected by 3D printing technology include:
• Site work (excavation, clearing, grading, etc.)
• Utilities (septic, well, city water/sewer connections, electric, Internet, etc.)
• Finishing touches
• Electric and plumbing
Costs will also depend on the builder, floor plan and size of the home.