How to Estimate Large Commercial Electrical Jobs
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I am looking for a book on estimating large commercial jobs including Solar installations. Their are so many books out there which are the best…
Resources for Estimating Commercial Electrical Jobs
This electrical question came from: Jason, a Electrician from Middlesex, New Jersey.
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Thanks for your electrical question Jason.
Electrical Estimating for Commercial and Solar Projects
Jason, there are a lot of fine resources for great electrical books. One publisher that I am very familiar with is Thompson Delmar, the Cengage Learning publishers who produce high quality books. I personally have their De Walt Electrical Estimating Professional Reference and the De Walt Construction Estimating Complete Handbook.
These and many other electrical estimating resources may be found at www.dewalt.com/guides
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