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Free Estimating Help #15
Creating your assembly Now that you have the quantities recorded, it is time to create an assembly. This terminology is
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Free Estimating Help #14
Switch Takeoff The next step in the natural progression of the estimate would be to count the devices. We start
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Free Estimating Help #13
M=Moderate—Recessed lights installed in a lay in ceiling 9’ tall or less. C. D=Difficult—Bay fixture installed off a lift. D.
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Free Estimating Help #12
Lighting Takeoff We suggest that you perform the lighting takeoff first. It is often the first page of the drawings
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Free Estimating Help #11
Include your exclusions: 1. All Concrete 2. Painting and patching 3. Utility fees 4. Engineering fees In some cases, you
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Free estimating Help #10
Lost time F. Storage and Job trailers G. Temporary Office H. Clean up I. Bonds J. Plans K. Lifts L.
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Free Estimating Help #9
TIP: Over the years, no matter how good the employees are, two people will not do twice the work of
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Free Estimating Help #8
TIP: Over the years, no matter how good the employees are, two people will not do twice the work of
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Free estimating Help #7
Labor/Man-Hours Labor/Man-Hours is the time it takes to install the material on a given project. Man-Hours are consistently the most
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Electrical Estimating Software – Tips and Tricks
Someone once pointed out to me that I spend more time on the phone teaching estimating practices and answering questions
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