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Contractor estimate template to create customized estimates in moments.

Contractor estimate template to create customized estimates

Download Free Contractor Estimate Template

As a contractor you need to send a ton of estimates every day to win the job. This can get hectic, no doubt. Thus, use the contractor estimate template for making professional estimates in just a matter of minutes.

Download the contractor estimate template and bid your quotation before your competitors.

InvoiceOwl Estimating Software vs Free Estimate Template

Want to know why software is better? Let’s compare the free estimate template and the InvoiceOwl estimating software for small contractors and see the advantages the InvoiceOwl software has to offer.

Perks InvoiceOwlStart 14 days free trial Downloadable Contractor Estimate
Template
Send unlimited Estimates and track them in real-time Right Wrong
Autofill client and item details Right Wrong
Convert estimates into invoices in a single click Right Wrong
Automatically record and store all your estimates on the cloud Right Wrong
Send estimates with an autogenerated cover letter. Right Wrong
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Perks InvioceOwl Free Template
Send unlimited Estimates and track them in real-time Right Wrong
Autofill client and item details Right Wrong
Convert estimates into invoices in a single click Right Wrong
Automatically record and store all your estimates on the cloud Right Wrong
Send estimates with an autogenerated cover letter. Right Wrong


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What should a contractor estimate look like?

    A contractor estimate must have the following information.

    • Estimate date
    • Estimate validity
    • Estimate number
    • Contractor’s
    • information
    • Client’s
    • information
    • Material and
    • labor costs
    • Subcontractor
    • costs
    • Applied taxes and
    • discounts
    • The total
    • estimated cost
  • How do I write a general contractor estimate?

    A general contractor estimate must include all the subcontractor’s charges and fees to complete the job other than the materials and labor.

  • How do contractors estimate labor?

    To estimate labor, calculate the total number of hours the project would take. Multiply it with the per hour labor rate for the quality of the labor skills. This gives the labor cost.

    Total labor cost = Total number of estimated hours of work X per hour labor rates

Create Professional Estimates Online Effortlessly

The InvoiceOwl estimating software lets you create, send, and manage customized estimates for your roofing contractor business in just a few minutes.

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