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#37660 05/02/04 07:55 PM
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I am looking to buy a new estimating software, and would like any suggestions. I am looking at the accubid plus or the electrical bid master pro . all suggestions will be appreciated.


jimmy w. brown
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I have the National Electrical Estimator, & it is fairly easy to use, & resonably priced...it allows you to change any of the prices, & has the ability to enter mark-up for different catagories.
Comes with a CD & a paperback book.
I've found their labor estimates (for time required) to be very close, & their material prices seem to be a little higher than I find here in Kentucky.

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i use the accubid system and find it fairly easy to use ,and trust me i am not a computer guy. and you can now get the program available in hand held devices(blacberries and the like).


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