We are a leading engineering organization that offers quantity take-off and estimating services to drywall subcontractors, among other services. If you are looking for a drywall cost estimator, then we can provide you with a detailed and accurate drywall takeoff. There are a lot of different factors such as drywall mud, repairs, installation costs, sheetrock quantities and much more that you need to consider when preparing any drywall takeoff estimates.
Founded by Stanford engineering graduates, Real Estimate Service leverages a highly-educated, experienced, and professional drafting team with experience in commercial, residential, government facilities, oil & gas, and infrastructure.
We understand the owners requirements and specifications – our focus on detail will ensure that your projects are completed on time and within budget. We bring deep, functional expertise, but are known for our ability to deliver results to clients. We have a methodology to complete our quantity take-off projects on time. We blend the perfect mix of human capital and technology to effect an affordable outsourced estimating delivery model.
THE RANGE OF DRYWALL ESTIMATING SERVICES
- Drywall or Gypsum board Estimates
- Drywall material & labor takeoffs with man hours
- Acoustical Ceiling Estimates
- Wood Framing Estimates
- Metal Framing Estimates
- Budget Estimates
- Bid Estimates
- Complete Bidding Assistance
- Change Order Management
- Drywall Project Management
- Subcontractor Marketing
- Project Lead Generation
Our team of drywall estimators and project managers have over 20 years of combined experience in drywall and construction. We have been contractors, business owners, and everything in between. We understand the need to stay on task, on budget, and on time. We are excited to offer this service on any project we bid.
Our Drywall construction estimating services will provide you with detailed reports and cost estimates. These are customized according to the specific needs and requirements of our customers. However, the following is common:
- Detailed takeoff spreadsheets
- Labor hours
- Labor, material, and equipment pricing
- Color coded drawing plans
- Summary of bid constituting labor and equipment cost, total material, overheads, profit percentage, permits, taxes and several other costs
- Detailed review of exclusions and inclusions