Most contractors assume that construction estimating software will solve their estimation problems. But it’s the opposite; it only causes more problems. In this post, we highlight new alternatives to construction estimating software every contractor should know.
Since COVID-19, the construction industry is experiencing a labor shortage. Getting talented construction estimators for your job is even more difficult. In this post, we outline easy ways to find the best estimators for your projects.
Most contractors lose more bids than they win. To start winning more than you lose, the secret is to bid a job as a general contractor. Check out our latest cheat sheet to help you win more bids.
Estimating flooring costs is a lot more complicated than you think. Learn how to develop an accurate flooring estimate in 2020
How do you determine the exact cost for your next drywall project with the rapid changes in material costs? Our new guide can help determine the cost of your drywall project, and save you time.
Construction home costs have gone up dramatically since the advent of Covid-19. Learn 6 tips for staying under budget when estimating new home construction costs.
Most construction firms are struggling to get new projects and/or make a profit. We’re excited to announce a brand new free guide: A Contractor’s Guide to Increasing Construction Profit Margins: Unlocking the Benefits of Construction Estimating Services.
Estimating a paint job is a lot more complicated than you think. Learn how to develop an accurate painting estimate in 7 simple steps.
Construction takeoff software has many limitations. Discover 4 reasons why you should get rid of your takeoff software and what you should replace it with.
The term “quantity takeoff” is confusing in construction. In this post, we demystify the term by answering these questions: what exactly is a quantity takeoff, how does it differ from a materials takeoff, and how can you do a takeoff quickly and accurately?