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Importance of Taking Notes While Estimating - Tip #207

Job Estimating



Importance of Taking Notes While Estimating - Tip #207

Job Site Overhead - Tip #208

Office Overhead - Tip #209

How to Describe Overhead in Estimates - Tip #210

Is Overhead the Same As Profit? - Tip #211

Start Taking Pictures with Digital Camera - Tip #212

The One Price Estimate - Tip #213

Stay Away From Clients Without Money - Tip #214

Pay Attention To What Your Clients Say - Tip #215

Things To Consider If The Client's Home Is Clean - Tip #216

Do I Really Need More Tools - Tip #217

Should You Buy or Rent Tools - Tip #218

Don't Get Caught up in Clients Price Expectations - Tip #219

Visit Your Clients - Tip #220

Dealing With Renters While Estimating - Tip #221

Beware of Construction Estimating Books - Tip #222

You're Not Ready If You're Asking This Question - Tip #223

Don't Undersell Jobs - Tip #224

Problems With Over Estimating Construction Projects - Tip #225

Easy or Difficult Access To Jobsite - Tip #226

Allow In Your Estimates For Bad Weather Conditions - Tip #227

Use Adjacent Properties While Working On Small Lots - Tip #228

The Job Will Require More Money If There Aren't Any Places to Park - Tip #229

Problems Working in Small Communities - Tip #230

Long Distance Projects Require More Money - Tip #231

Problems With Driving Long Distances - Tip #232

Are Job Site Utilities Going to Be a Problem? - Tip #233

Who's Going to Pay for Temporary Electricity or Water? - Tip #234

What About Using Generators on Job Sites? - Tip #235

Don't Forget to Add in Material Handling Expenses - Tip #236

Traveling And Working Out-Of-Town Expenses - Tip #237

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