Life Cycle Costing

Life Cycle Costing – over a 100 year period

Having a reliable cost of what it costs for using and properly maintaining a building product over a 100 year period, can be a valuable marketing item of information, especially if it shows your product in a favourable light.

A “life cycle costing” is the result of calculating the initial cost (including materials and labour) of the product, adding the costs of carrying out the periodic maintenance recommended by the manufacturer, adding all the costs and then working out what the cost of this would be , taking into account a standard interest rate, if the toal cost was paid up front.

If you would like to find out how simple this process is and how little it costs to have a Life Cycle Costing calculated using our special modeling tool, please contact us.