Estimate with all eleven of Craftsman's most popular estimating references! Includes free quarterly cost updates for 2020 calendar year.
You pay one low price.
All purchased National Estimator software programs are guaranteed to run perfectly on your Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP computer. Unlimited phone support is free from 8AM to 5PM (Pacific) M-F.
Open all eleven of these costbooks at the same time, if you want. Then copy and paste anything from any of the eleven to your estimate. Ordered separately, these downloads would cost over $600. But you get unlimited downloads of these eleven 2020 editions for only $134.99.
Total download size varies with your computer configuration but will be from 10Mb to 50Mb for each of the eleven costbooks. Typical download time for broadband users is two minutes per costbook. Installation is automatic. This Craftsman Site License authorizes your personal use on two computers. Your E-mail receipt (confirmation) for this order will include a link to the Craftsman Site License download page. Return to this site at any time to get additional costbooks or repeat any download. Go to the Support tab at www.Craftsman-Book.com to view an hour-long interactive Show Me video that explains how to use your software.
Note that the last costbook installed becomes your default (opens automatically on startup). To change the default, click Utilities and Options on the Menu bar. Then click the General Settings tab.
The 2020 Craftsman Site License Includes:
The National Estimator System Requirements:
- 2019 Craftsman Site License Review by Craftsman National Estimator.
- Been using the Craftsman National Estimator products to produce estimates. Tech support is great along with updates. Recommend communicate with QuickBooks on import of .iif files. QB 2019 is having problems with importing of .iif file that the JCW produces. (Posted on 5/3/2019)
- Been using these products for 30 years. Review by Clifford W.
- I have been using these products for more than 30 years. They have helped me estimate projects and have helped me stay competitive in the market even as it changes. I recommend this especially to young and inexperienced estimators and new contractors. (Posted on 1/22/2019)