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Here is a previous similar questions with answer FYI -

If a boxed kitthat comes preassembled in panels, probably about 2-3 hours work - so likely around $100-200 by a Handyman - more if it did not come with all the parts necessary so he has to make a run or tweo to a hardware store for parts.

If a stick-built model with separate framing and siding and roof pieces that have to be bolted together or screwed on piece by piece, likely more like 4-6 hours work so maybe more in the $200-300 range for labor - up into the $400 range potentially in real high cost areas.

These do NOT include foundation materials, or labvor for more than laying out timbers or concre3te blocks or such for the foundation - putting in a poured concrete or gravel foundation for instance could well double that cost or more in some cases - plus a lot more materials cost. Check what the kit requires for foundation, because you do not want to build diretly on ground where it will get wet inside or cause mildeew/mold/insect and rodent issues.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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