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Construction Materials in Pakistan Updated Prices 2023

While remodeling, renovating, or constructing a home from the ground up, many types of building materials must be utilized. But, before to employing them, examine their characteristics, durability, and current rates to make an informed decision.

In addition, this method could help you conserve materials and minimize the overall cost of your construction project. Also, it is preferable to use the most common construction materials in Pakistan because they may be less expensive and more accessible.

Are you curious about the prevalent building materials in the country? This blog contains all the information you seek, so please read it thoroughly.

Let’s start!

Popular Building Materials Used in Pakistan

Here’s a list of some natural and synthetic construction materials used in Pakistan.

  • Cement
  • Sand
  • Steel
  • Concrete
  • Glass
  • Wood
  • Bricks
  • Stone


Cement is the most popular building material in Pakistan. It is utilized for structural purposes and as a binder for other construction materials. Cement is available in numerous varieties, the most common of which are listed below:

  • Natural Cement
  • Blast Furnace Cement
  • Portland Cement
  • Quick Setting Cement
  • Coloured Cement
  • Rapid Hardening Cement
  • Sulphate Resisting Cement (SRC)
  • White Portland Cement
  • High Alumina Cement

All of these forms of cement are classified based on their features and applications. While picking a specific type of cement, it is crucial to take into account the regional climate.

Latest Cement Price in Pakistan: Starting at 1,075 per 50 KG Bag


When combined with soil, sand facilitates the construction of sturdy foundations for buildings of all shapes and sizes. Also utilized in mortar, a mixture of water, cement, and sand. Furthermore, it is a crucial ingredient in the production of concrete.

Sand must be devoid of alkaline salt, which could damage the building’s stonework. The composition of sand in Southern Punjab contains sulphate ions, rendering it unsuitable for construction. Avoid utilizing sulphate ions, as they may cause irreparable damage to concrete and mortar used in construction.

Where can you locate the finest sand in Pakistan? For construction purposes, the white-gray sand extracted from the Ravi and Chenab districts in upper Punjab is favored.

Latest Sand Price in Pakistan: PKR 58* per cubic foot

*The aforementioned rates are for Chenab A+ sand quality


Steel is one of the most commonly used building materials in Pakistan. It is utilized to construct the framework of buildings. Rebars, or steel reinforcement bars, are used to hold concrete constructions under tension to increase their durability.

As previously stated, steel is predominantly employed in the structural framework of buildings, including column, beam, and roof structures. In order to keep our structural foundations from rusting, we employ stainless steel, which often contains a certain amount of chromium.

Steel reinforcing bars are known as Saria in Urdu. This native name for the building material is frequently used in Pakistan.

Latest Saria Rate Per KG in Pakistan: PKR 290 per KG and PKR 290,000 per metric ton


The components of concrete are gravel/lime, cement, and water. Owing to its resiliency and durability, concrete is one of the most common construction materials in Pakistan. Due to the poor tensile strength, however, steel rods and bars are added to the structure to reinforce it.

Below are the various types of concrete used for laying a building’s foundation and constructing its structure.

  • Plain Cement Concrete (PCC)     
  • Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC)     
  • Reinforced Brick Concrete (RBC)     
  • Prestressed Concrete     
  • Fibre Reinforced Concrete (FRC)    
  • Lime Concrete    
  • Cement Concrete     
  • Sulphur Infiltrated Concrete     
  • High Early Strength Concrete     
  • Polymer Concrete     
  • Waterproof Concrete


Glass, a construction material composed of silicate and brittle grit, is primarily used for finishing. It offers a broad range of architectural applications due to its unique physical properties. Currently, glass is also utilized to create windows, doors, and walls. Glass is available in numerous shapes and can transmit, absorb, or refract light. These elements are essential for enhancing the visual appeal of a construction.

Latest Glass Price in Pakistan (Clear untampered glass): Starting at PKR 480 per 12 mm


Wood is also one of the most widely utilized building materials in Pakistan. It is hygroscopic and may absorb moisture from the air to provide a comfortable interior climate. Wood is used to make walls, doors, and windows in Pakistan. In addition, it is utilized for roofing in limited localities, primarily in the north of the country.

Typically, oak, maple, deodar, mahogany, and teak are used to construct floors, walls, and ceilings. Softwoods such as hickory, ash, beech, birch, pine, and cedar are utilized for doors and windows.

Latest Wood Prices in Pakistan: 

Type of WoodRate (Per Cft)
Ash Wood Price in PakistanPKR 10,500
Diyar Wood Price in PakistanPKR 8,500
Kail Wood Price in PakistanPKR 4,000
Kikar Wood Price in PakistanPKR 2,000
Mahogany Wood Price in PakistanPKR 8,500
Oud Wood Price in PakistanPKR 7,500
Teak Wood Price in PakistanPKR 21,000
Yellow Pine Wood Price in PakistanPKR 6,000


In Pakistan, brick is one of the most commonly used building materials. It is composed of clay, which typically contains different proportions of silica, alumina, magnesia, and iron. This material is used to make walls, pavements, and other masonry structures.

One of the primary reasons for brick’s popularity as a building material is that it is completely inorganic and absorbs moisture better than any other types of materials. Also, it reduces the likelihood of dust mites and mold in a facility.

Latest Bricks Price in Pakistan: PKR 14 per piece


The usage of stone in a structure’s foundation is typically recommended by professionals in order to give it the power and durability to survive the harshest of situations. Stone is the most durable building material available. It has been used as a building material from prehistoric times. The pyramids of Giza and Roman landmarks in Europe continue to stand tall to this day.

In Pakistan, granite, limestone, and marble are the most commonly utilized natural stones for construction. In addition to ensuring the durability of a construction, they can also be utilized to embellish floors and walls. Various types of natural stone are also utilized to create tiles and blocks.

Latest Marble Price in Pakistan: PKR 40-100 per square foot

These were the most recent Pakistani construction material costs. Curious how much your forthcoming building project will cost in total?

*Disclaimer: Prices quoted in the blog are fetched from multiple resources. Al Sadat Marketing doesn’t bear responsibility for any fluctuations in rates.

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