The tools you need
to get the output you want.
#1 construction takeoff software
Ditch the paper plans.
Just point and click! It’s faster and more efficient, reduces wasted or missed materials, and our built in Quick Check provides an automated double check on your material list before you send it out the door.
Just point and click to measure linear footage, square footage, hardware counts, walls, roofs, siding, and more.
Built in formulas help you speed up your process by optimizing materials and quantities and account for waste.
Store and backup your files on the cloud and collaborate and connect with other team members.
Export your material lists to PDF, CSV, Excel, and to many of the most popular Point of Sale systems.
Backed by an Amazing support staff
A solution for everyone.
Don’t get lost in features that won’t help your bottom line. We offer two software solutions to give you the right product for your business type at the best price.
for the trades
Easily create and estimate your products and Materials
Best suited for trades. Siding and Roofing, Flooring, Concrete, Drywall and Paint.
for whole house material lists
50 million+ products
Lumber and EWP
Best suited for: Builders and Framers, General Contractors, and Lumber Yards.
We know the value of a great material list because we’re estimators too. When our team needed an easier and faster way to do material takeoffs we crafted our own software to get the job done right.
PrebuiltML X and PROtrade were built for estimators, by estimators. Our tools are easy to use and packed with features to optimize and simplify the takeoff process so you can produce more accurate and more detailed material lists in less time.
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