How to Estimate Large Commercial Electrical Jobs
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
Question: 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?
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.
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