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Old 12-02-2011, 10:53 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a template or file I could print for doing a takeoff? Have done residential estimating before but worked enough of it and in small enough doses that most could be done on the back of a scrap of paper in the truck while driving. Now I'm being given the opportunity to begin bidding commercial and have no templates to work with. I'm in MN for anyone that doesn't want to help someone in direct competition with them. Thanks.

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Not quite sure what your looking for? Could you provide more details?

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Just looking for a pre made sheet to count up emt, fittings wire footage etc...
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Can you create an excel spreadsheet for takeoffs?
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Yeah I think so, just trying to save a little work.
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I have one. Send me your email please.
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Old 12-03-2011, 10:36 AM   #7
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Thanks! Sending a pm now
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Here's a pretty standard one.
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Default Electrical Takeoff Template

I too would love to have a little help with a template to use for commercial takeoffs. Could you help me as well? I know the thread is a little old (over a year) I guess I need to make more posts before I can send pm's though.

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