Tag Archives: Electrical estimate

Case study: How Countfire helped ROC win a £5.5m project

ROC is an electrical and mechanical company working on some large projects in the UK. Here’s how they use takeoff software to quickly produce electrical estimates:

The different stages of electrical estimating

What different stages are there to the electrical estimating process? Here’s what any budding estimator needs to know:

Benefits of using cloud take-off software

A cloud-based take-off software can bring a number of benefits for electrical estimators. Here are some of the key advantages:

6 Tips for keeping your electrical project on-track

It’s always a high priority to keep electrical projects on-time and within budget. What can companies do to stay on-track?

Managing estimating for security system designs

Do you manage estimating for security system projects? If so, accuracy and efficiency are probably key priorities. Here are some tips for strong estimates:

How to attract more electrical clients through website optimisation

In a competitive world, it’s important to be looking for ways to attract more clients to your electrical business. Here are some pointers:

Why and how electrical contractors should build their networks

Many electrical contractors rely heavily on referrals, but you’ve got to maintain your networks to get them. Here are some tips for building great connections:

8 Tips for training a new electrical estimating apprentice

How do you ensure that training for new electrical estimators is effective? We gathered some tips from Linda Candels, an estimator training expert:

Case study: How KNI uses Countfire to go from tendering to installation

It’s always great to know how others are using Countfire – we had a chat with Mark Tumilson of KNI, to find out how they go from tendering to installation.

Case study: How William Farrell uses Countfire for rock-solid electrical bids

Electrical tenders are highly competitive and rely on a quality bid – here’s how William Farrell make theirs rock-solid:

True automated takeoff software

Electrical estimator? Start counting automatically today