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Luis Gonzalez
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5600 Milkweed Circle
Lincoln, NE 68516

What is a free estimate?

But what is a “free estimate” exactly? The word estimate can be a verb or a noun. … So it stands to reason that the definition of a “free estimate” when applied to the construction industry would be an approximate calculation of the cost to complete the project, provided free of charge to the prospective client.

Contact us today to get your 100% FREE Estimate Now!
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Do you give free estimates?

Estimates are usually free for small, simple jobs like painting a bathroom. A contractor will charge for an estimate for complicated, big projects that involve detailed designs and multiple plan revisions, such as building an addition to your home.

Do estimates cost money?

A preliminary estimate should not cost anything. It’s useful to get a rough idea of how much your damages are going to cost and whether or not there may be hidden damages.

How do you write up an estimate?

What do I include in an estimate?
  1. Job description. Explain the work you’ll be doing. …
  2. Materials and labor. Provide a high-level view of the necessary materials and labor and the costs for each…
  3. Total cost. Clearly and correctly tally up the total costs of the project.
  4. This is a big one…
  5. Sales and company contact info.

How to estimate painting jobs?

  1. Visit the client’s space for a consultation and measurements.
  2. Estimate how much time it will take you to complete the job.
  3. Multiply the time by the cost of labor.
  4. Add your materials, overhead costs, and your desired profit margin.

How do you inspect a commercial roof?

10-Point Roof Inspection Checklist for Commercial Buildings
  1. Conduct a Detailed Roof Inspection.
  2. Clean Debris.
  3. Inspect for Ponding Water.
  4. Look at the Flashing.
  5. Check the Field for Any Cracks or Tears.
  6. Inspect Terminations in Parapet Walls.
  7. Check the Edge Detail.
  8. Inspect Roof Surfaces.