2014 National Plumbing & HVAC Estimator
by James A. Thomson
Published by: Craftsman Book Company
CARLSBAD, CA – Manhours, labor and material costs for all common plumbing and HVAC work in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. You can quickly work up a reliable estimate based on the pipe, fittings and equipment required.
Every plumbing and HVAC estimator can use the cost estimates in this practical manual. Sample estimating and bidding forms and contracts also included. Explains how to handle change orders, letters of intent, and warranties. Describes the right way to process submittals, deal with suppliers and subcontract specialty work.
Included in this edition: costs for ASME "H" or "U" stamped, LFUE certified 90% or better green certified boilers, costs for emmission sensing and recording equipment for boilers, costs for self-contained roof-top DX air conditioning units, costs for heat recovery ventilators, roof exhaust fans, makeup air units, ventilation exhausters, energy-effecient exhauster arrays, air balance software, LEED certified boilers, residential heat pumps, LEED certified geothermal heat pumps, LEED certified residential HVAC, LEED certified air to air heat pumps, and much more.
You will also receive a link to download the 2014 electronic version immediately while your book is in the mail.
Includes a free download of an electronic version of the book with National Estimator, a stand-alone Windows™ estimating program. An interactive multimedia video that shows how to use the software to compile construction cost estimates is free at www.costbook.com. Revised annually.
Included with National Estimator download:
- Job Cost Wizard – turns estimates into invoices and exports both in QuickBooks
- Free Online Technical Support – for the National Estimator Software
- Free Quarterly National Estimator Updates – Updates to the 2014 costbooks and zip code modification factors are updated quarterly. Quarterly price updates on the Web are free and automatic all during 2014. You'll be prompted when it's time to collect the next update. A connection to the Web is required.