Automatic counts dramatically increase the speed of completing electrical takeoffs, so you can count across drawings and projects more easily.
Speed up how you estimate with Countfire and accurately cost out materials. So you can spend more time understanding projects.
Countfire has multiple features that let you work with badly drawn or incorrect drawings. Add symbols, edit selections and deal with false positives easily.
Never miss a symbol again with accurate, automated quantity counts and the ability to check your takeoffs without repetitive busy work.
Work faster, cut busy work
Centralise your takeoffs in one place, store drawings, complete takeoffs and estimate quotes, all from one cloud-based tool.
Remove distractions and focus on what matters by removing PDF backgrounds in one-click, so you can focus on accurate takeoffs.
Easily show when you need multiples of certain electrical materials and ensure this is reflected in the final estimate.
Measure any length on your drawing including bends or turns and use snap adjustments to accurately count what’s needed.
Ensure complete accuracy by using in-built quality check sheets to ensure you never miss a symbol.
Completely cloud-based, Countfire lets you work from your preferred device, wherever you need to work.
Customers enjoying faster takeoff
Countfire is the biggest time-saving system we’ve ever implemented into our business.
Game Changer. Saves more time than I care to count.
Countfire is now a fundamental part of our estimating experience.
Countfire really helps - we know it’s going to be accurate. The built-in checks are excellent and picked up everything.
With Countfire you would quickly save the initial investment you have to make because of the time you save.
If my company were to pull the plug on Countfire, I’d pay for it myself – that’s how valuable it is to me.
If you want something that is agile, accurate and is economical then you have to go with Countfire.
Countfire is extremely easy to use. It’s quick, no wasted paper, and you’ve got records of what you’ve done.