For some tasks, using a pen and paper still makes sense: jotting down notes, making a quick list, or brainstorming new ideas.
But when it comes to completing electrical estimates, using pen and paper can slow you down in more ways than one. Sometimes this approach gets you close to the right number. But it can also introduce human error and rework into the process. Just one wrong figure can cost you money before the project even begins.
Here are four big ways that electrical estimating software can help you stand out – and put hours back into your week.