Monday, 4 December 2017

Latest Prices of Building Materials in Nigeria (Osaz'Index)


Keeping you up-to-date, your first choice contractor and construction partner, Engr. Osaz' brings you the current prices of nearly all building materials available in Lagos markets. Prices are updated daily. 

It has being observed that the differences in prices available here and those obtainable in other towns and cities in the north, south-south and eastern Nigerian are mostly higher by 15% for imported materials and nearly equivalent for locally sourced materials (e.g.  Sand, Laterite, cement etc) so it is very reliable to that extent.

N.B: Prices given here are only relative and may vary from shop to shop, location to location and brand to brand. You will notice that we deliberately avoided the use of brand/trade names in our description, except for Portland cement and a few others. The idea is not to give any brand a particular advantage over the other. Its ethics at work!

In some listings especially for finishes; fair quality description may refer to cheap products from China or elsewhere while high quality may refer  to high-grade products from Italy or elsewhere.



Current Price of Cement

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Latest Prices of Granite
















Current Prices of Sand 











Current Prices of Laterite


Current Prices of Earth-Filling 
Current Prices of Hardcore Filling





Current Prices of Blocks






Current Prices of Rebars/Iron-Rods







Current Prices of BRC Mesh


Current Prices of Binding Wire
Current Prices of Wood/Timber



















Current Prices of Nails


Current Prices of Metal formwork 





Latest Prices of Aluminum Windows, Bronze-Plated Windows, PVC windows, Timber-glazed windows, etc














 Latest Prices of Burglary Proof



Latest Prices of Flush Doors, Paneled Doors, Steel doors, Armored doors, etc









Current Prices of Gates



Latest Prices of Paints







Latest Prices of Terrazzo & Accessories




Latest Prices of Glass
Latest Prices of P.O.P, P.O.P Materials, etc









Latest Prices of Zinc Roofing Sheets, 
Aluminum Roofing Sheets, 
Stone-Coated Roof Tiles, etc







Don't keep this information to yourself. Always mention to your friends that these prices, costs or values are Osaz'Index or that you got this tip exclusively from  EngineerOsaz's blog. Thank you and Success on your project!



Latest Prices of Asbestos Ceiling, Celotex, Particle board, Plaster Board, Suspended ceilings, Aluminum Ceiling, PVC, P.O.P, etc








Prices of plumbing materials, tanks, upvc pipes, fittings, wc, bath, jacuzzi, shower, sink, valve, tap, Tee, bend, reducing bend, sockets, plugs, etc



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Updating . . . . .

Generally, rates here may include the integral cost of lifting but not installation.

We hope you know manufacturers and distributors reserve the right to change prices without notifying us but such changes will appear on the list once verified and in the shortest possible time. You also know that suppliers are in business to make profit. Take note that prices given on Osaz'Index do not  necessarily reflect supplier's profits. 

If you are aware of any change in price that has not reflected, kindly notify us by indicating in the comment box. We will verify and publish accordingly.

Reliably Yours!

103 comments:

  1. Wowwwww!!!!!
    U r d best!!!!I will introduce ur blog to all and sundry...

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  2. Very informative, will be visiting frequently. If you can add prices for various electrical cables, electrical fittings and plumbing works that'll be very helpful for people like us (Qs). Kudos!

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    1. Sure will. Putting them together. Thanks!

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  3. Good job Mr. Osaz. I sent a mail to you. Couldn't find your phone number.

    Looking forward to your response.

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    1. Okay. I have since replied your mail.

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    1. Primarily in Lagos, but carry out projects all across Nigeria

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  6. Good job Osas but some of the prices are no longer valid. You need to update them.
    Send me a mail Pilling job prospect, maybe we can work something out depending on how reasonable your price is.
    greatqs1@gmail.com

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    1. Oh okay. We will keep the prices updated. Thanks for your observation. I will drop you a mail asap.

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  7. Engr. Osaz
    Thanks for crating this platform. It has helped a great deal. We conducted a due diligence on your personality and we got good report. We would be developing high-risers in some parts of Lagos and we would be bringing you and your team on board to execute the project. Pls check your mailbox and respond prompt.

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    1. Thanks Madam for this great opportunity to contribute my strength and skills to the overall success of the project. I have since followed up with a mail.

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  8. Excellent blog shared here. If anyone looking for steel fibres for concrete then you can contact Precision Drawell. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. This is a good job. Honestly, your contribution to the industry is over whelming and you deserve an award from The Octagon. Promised. You can contact me on octagonowner@gmail.com.

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  10. love this blog, very informative and helpful. just shared it with my friends now

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  11. Informative and very good for project planning...nice work sir and thanks for the time and dedication in getting this up. Can you point me to where I can get rods in lagos at a good price? Thanks in anticipation. Cheers.

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    1. Thank you A. Edem.
      You may do me a Whatsapp/SMS via +2348167394799 to further guide you on your request. Utmost confidentiality is assured. Happy new month!

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  12. Nice information thanks for sharing
    Light gauge steel buildings are the way forward in the future when time is of the essence, and it is impossible to spend years in construction.
    Visit for more info: http://voltagreens.com/voice-of-volta-green/

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  13. Excellent blog shared. If anyone looking for steel fiber then you can contact Precision Drawell. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Good job my engineer. Can i get this send to me on my email-ngeremuchenna@gmail.com

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    1. Check out for the icon (Get updates by mail on this page). Enter your e-mail address and you will get it right into your mailbox.
      Regards

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    1. Please do not place advert in this section. To advertise your products and services, contact the blogger. Thank you

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  16. Whao!! This is a great work, God bless you. I'm sure going to show this to my dad. Keep up the good work.

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    1. Please, Engineer you didn't include the cost of borehole drilling.
      Your good opinion will be highly appreciated

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  17. You may send me a mail to get estimates for this service. Regards.

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  18. steel fibre is used to strength and flexibility to your building and protect from rain in rainy season steel fibres in concrete has been used by various builders and in construction.

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  19. Good job Engineer Osaz. This is very helpful.
    Thank you

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    1. Yea Oluwatoyin Malaolu, All thanks be to God!

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  20. Love this. These artisans want to kill me with unrealistic prices. Thanks for this

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    1. Na so o! Be guided accordingly Abisola Adekunle and always check out for updates. Success on your project!

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  21. God Bless you and enrich your endeavours Engr. Osaz our country needs more visionaries like you, You may not realise it but transparency aids development witch accurate costing and forecasting. Well done and more grease to your elbow.

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  22. I won't stop praying for you Engineer Osaz. You're God sent. May God increase and expand you.

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    1. I say a big Amen to that! Thanks Mr. Wale Adeniji.

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  23. I admire your courage Its been great blog, I have ever seen you give almost all of the mandatory information, prices for building materials. God Bless you and augment your endeavors Engr Osaz. If anyone looking for Construction Labor then you can get in touch with me. Thans again :)

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  24. nice post, keep up with this interesting work. It really is good to know that this topic is being covered also on this web site so cheers for taking time to discuss this!
    buy quality plumbing materials

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  26. Good evening Engr.
    Great work. Please can we get an updated prize for the above materials.
    Thanks Alot. Cheers

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    1. Yes, these prices are updated. We are currently working on adding 500+ more construction.
      materials include those used for road construction. Watch out! Thanks.

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  27. Good day Engineer Osas. Please kindly enlighten me about the difference between stone coated zinc and fiber Cement roofing sheet, are both the same thing?
    There seem not to be fiber Cement roofing sheet on your list or is there another name for it?
    Thanks.

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    1. Oh sorry for the late response. I have been heavily engaged in site works and contract meetings.
      Okay, back to your question. Fibre-cement roofing sheets are same as stone-coated. However there are several variants. Its there on the list as stone-coated, milano, etc.
      If you need further clarifications, kindly bring to my notice.

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    1. Thanks a lot, Osagbori Kelly. God bless you.

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  29. May God almighty reward you manifold Egnr. Osas and group, amen. You will not be able to appreciate what relief your wonderful efforts brings to visitors to your blog. Thanks once again for being positively exemplary. Not everything that counts can be counted.

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  31. Thank for the information. Are these the current prices of building material in Nigeria Lagos to be precise as of July 2017?

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    1. Yes, they are according to the date.

      Thanks.

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  33. Good day Engineer Osas. Please kindly enlighten me about the use of precast parapet. Are there easy to install designs in the market? Thank you

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    1. Good day Dr. Obinna Ajuzieogu

      Yes, there are; of various types

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  34. Engr. Osaz, your blog is the most realistic building materials cost informatin place. Please keep it up.

    I will introduce your blog to anyone I know that runs building project, because it will be a saving grace for so many people.

    Kindly provide cost of electrical materials and fittings.

    Thanks so much.

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  36. Oh thanks Alex B. ADIYELOGUN. Yea, we are putting them together including plumbing fitting, fixtures, etc. It's load of work. It would take a few weeks. Cheers!

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  37. Great information for this blog.Thanks for share.
    construction magazine

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  38. Allah is my witness... Your site kept me going because it's my guide whenever estimates were submitted to me...
    Just as you simply shared your God-given knowledge to help the Nigerian societies, so shall it be simple for The Lord to make a mansion for you in the gardens of heaven...

    Good work sir.

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  39. Thank you Yusuf Mohammed. I'M DELIGHTED and I say Amen!

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  40. Sooner or later we face the problem of major building materials. My first experience teched me well. There are a lot of things you need to know. As for me i use internet to find information about different types of new materials, i compare prices on market, and my know-how i buy used low price materials sometimes here https://jiji.ng/building-materials

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  41. Am really impress with the great work you have done here, By keeping those of living aside Nigeria updated about the current prices of building material in the market. I pray that Almighty God will reward you accordingly. Please can you give me estimate Amount of building 4 flats depulex in Nigeria.

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    1. Thank you Mr Brown. You may do me a mail at engineerosaz@gmail.com or by whatsapp on +2348167394799 so I can guide you properly. Cheers!

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  42. Good job. Please can you send me the information to my email trumpetertaiwoolusakin@gmail.com Thanks

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  43. Thank you Olusakin Taiwo. The pdf version of this data is not available at the moment.

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  44. Great work Engineer. You fill a necessary gap.

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    1. Thanks a lot Nnamdi Anosike. God bless your projects.

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  45. Nice and informative,will be subscribing.

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  46. I want to specially thank all those who have and continue to support us financially and in other ways towards providing timely updates on this blog, including recently Adetayo Funsho I. from the UK. God blessings fall on you!

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  47. Great job my Engineer. This is a whole lot to put together.
    I have few questions on tjr laterite block. Is it equally good or clay. Can't it get watched away by rainb or water constantly flowing on it. Is the dimension same as the conventional 9" block (9*9*18 inches). Am thinking of saving cost using for my livestock housing. Where can I buy pls

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  48. Sorry for the late reply. I have been busy all week long.
    1. It is actually stronger than the regular (sandcrete) block.
    2. If properly produced, it cannot be washed off by rain or surface water.
    3. No, it is not the same dimension as 9" blocks.

    Yea it is very cool for livestock housing. You may have to sources for it from local manufacturers near you or you order for it online from online building material shops.

    Blessings all the way!

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    1. You are the best my engineer colleague. Thanks I appreciate you

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  49. Be charming and grin a considerable measure. Try not to speak down about anything. Services

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  50. You did one hell of a good job with the price compilations. I am extremely impressed because it was very helpful when I was looking for recent construction materials prices to generate approximate estimate for a Bungalow in the middle of the night. Thank God I found your blog during my search.

    Please how often do you update the prices?

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  51. But what is the need listing other makes of Cements when government has monopolized the market Dangote alone? How do i see and buy other cheaper brands of cements that are not available because of the government monopoly? Can you update the list for the new month?

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  52. Engineer Osaz, what is the approximate cost for a foundation. It's going to be 4flats on a 50 by 100. Your response will be appreciated.

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  54. You are doing a great job.
    Very informative and educative

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