You can make it custom for your area, and yes the prices and material description can be changed, we use the Home Depot CD which is the same Estimator only you can upload current prices and descriptions, and new items from the data base. great for the small contractor.acwservices said:Is anyone familiar with the National Electrical Estimator, by Ed Tyler? It comes in a 549 page book, and also in CD format. Just wondering how accurate the labor units and material pricing is, and can the pricing be changed on the cd.
Try the Craftsman customer service, or tech support, and ask if they can get you a copy of the HD CD.acwservices said:I read about the Home Depot CD in a previous thread on this site. I was looking at the discussions concerning the National Electrical Estimator, and just stumbled on the Home Depot CD. How do you get the HD CD? Which one is better for small commercial, mainly service work? I hope I'm not asking to many questions, with me being a relatively "new" poster. This is a great site, thanks for all of your input.