Quantity Take-Offs Services | 10+ Years in Industry

Why you Should Use a Quantity Take-off Service? - Estimators Group

We are a team of experienced estimators who specialize in MEP (Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing) estimates and take-off. Mainly we cover all building trades including residential and commercial buildings projects with 99 % accuracy. Our estimates are with detailed line items & we follow all CSI divisions for client’s convenience. Normally our turnarounds are 24 to 48 hours. We provide costing & takeoff services to general contractors, sub-contractors, homeowners and builders. If you are bidding any project and need any sort of costing and takeoff services, then we can help you in your projects, work-load and difficulties. 

To produce a quantity takeoff, the estimator or contractor will need to work off drawings, blueprints, or models. The estimator will prepare a list of each material required to complete a construction project from the design paperwork.

Explaining what a quantity takeoff is in construction is relatively straightforward. Essentially, a quantity takeoff refers to estimating materials. You review the project plans and take off information about what physical materials the architect, engineer or draftsperson specifies to assemble the project.

We have a team of experienced construction estimators having experience of more than 10 years. Our team comprises of professional estimators, engineers, field experts, field superintendents. We are accurate and efficient in helping building professionals determine the cost of any building (commercial & residential). The responsibilities of our construction estimator include:

  • Preparing material Takeoffs and Estimates.
  • Preparing the markup plans.
  • Managing the bidding network profiles of the clients and filing their bids.
  • Establishing the feasibility of budget reports for the owners and lenders.
  • Preparation of the bidding proposals and detailed estimates for subcontractors.
  • Design estimates for architectural and engineering firms.
  • Preparing preliminary estimates for the contractors.

What is Quantity Takeoff? | Quantity Takeoff Explained


Real Estimate Service estimators specialize in Quantity Takeoff services. We assured you to provide quantify takeoffs for material items, labor & accessories required to develop any building project. We specialize in Quantity takeoffs and Cost Estimation. For the past 10 years, we have successfully estimated thousands of construction projects. Our comprehensive and extensive estimates include items, unit of measurement, quantities, location & color coded plans which exemplify the areas that were quantified.

We provide Quantity Takeoff for all type of constructions like Doors & Windows, Drywall, Roofing, Flooring, Masonry, Painting, Finishes, Demolition, Openings, Façade work, M.E.P, Insulation, Metals, trades & Division Concrete, Tile, Carpentry, Wall Covering, Precast, Lumber, Millwork, Paving, Earthwork, Cabinet, Exterior Improvements, Metal Framing, Excavation, Precast, HVAC, Paving and Reinforcing Steel. We can measure any building materials faster and accurate than others, which increases cost savings. May I request Please to Click here for more details.

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You’re going to need more than an online drywall takeoff calculator or spreadsheet to compile a detailed and accurate estimate of your project. Our experienced team will look at every aspect of your project and come up with a detailed partition wall estimate including sheetrock for your next residential contract or commercial building project.

There are a variety of different factors that we consider when we prepare your material takeoff list. We’ll look at the cost of drywall materials, fixtures, and transportation costs. We also take into consideration the costs of permits, fees, taxes, and planning applications. There are a lot of hidden costs associated with the partition walls that you need to consider whenever you’re preparing an estimate.

Another important component that we consider whenever we prepare your drywall takeoff and estimation is how much labor will be required to complete the drywall installation process. We’ll look at how much skilled and unskilled labor you’ll require, the project management costs, and foreperson requirements.

Labor requirements are a large part of any estimate. If you have your dedicated labor source, we can work with your rates, or we can help prepare the average costs of local labor wherever the project is located. We can also use rates from your wholesale drywall material providers or sourced from local suppliers.