Estimating Service offers dedicated and professional Construction Cost Estimating to builders, self–builders and builders merchants within the UK.
Whilst guaranteeing and meeting our quick response times we pride ourselves on offering a value for money project estimating service that allows you the peace of mind knowing your building estimates are priced accurately.
Our prices are extremely competitive and excellent value. Not only do you receive an building cost estimate that is accurate to the national rates but one that is tailored and personal to reflect your specific building costs. p>
We are aware there is a lot of competition on the market for construction estimating services, however, we do not believe there is another company offering a tailor made service where the main goal is to provide an advice and support service to aid you in your tendering process.
We take the time to understand your business works, whether this is face to face or over the phone. No building project is ever the same and therefore we do not believe in a ‘one template fits all’ policy.
With the exception of one off self-build projects the majority of our customers return to us again and again as they trust us to provide estimate solutions for their company without the need or cost for a full time estimator.
If you are looking for a proactive, reliable and efficient estimator online for your building works or you are planning a one off dream build and require a quantity surveyor service to advise you of the true cost to build a house then please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Construction Industry News
Estimating Service can provide you with competitive bids as a rise in tender prices is recorded.
15th November 2013
Whilst private housing is still the driving force behind growth in the construction industry it’s positive to hear that all areas are now recording a rise.
Julia Evans, Chief Executive of the National Federation of Builders “Confidence is returning to the industry and we are seeing measurable signs of growth and a healthy number of orders. However, the cost of doing business continues to rise as materials and labour cost increases far outpace revenues”.
With construction growth, companies are identifying skills shortages and construction job vacancies
26th August 2013
2013 has seen growth for the construction sector, as the industry turns a corner and figures suggest further growth and optimism the demand for staff increases. According to the Reed Job Index job opportunities in the construction sector have almost doubled in the year from July 2012. July 2013 saw figures up 92% on the same period the previous year.
Construction output growth recorded at the strongest level since 2010
22nd August 2013
According to the latest monthly UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index workloads for construction buyers have seen a sharp increase. The improved output levels for the second quarter of 2013 have continued into July giving much greater optimism to the industry. Positivity is increasing and there is more confidence for firms in their expectations of months to come.
The PMI results showed a jump from 51.0 in June to 57.0 in July, the highest output growth recorded for three years.
Concerns are expressed over changes to building regulations
19th August 2013
Changes to part L of the building regulations have been announced by the government and the initial reaction is that the changes may compromise the recovery of the house building sector. The stricter rules have been delayed and are now due to come into action in April 2014, the changes are a step towards the 2016 zero carbon target.
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