We know materials and scope of work are unique to your business, that's why we make it easy to work with items and assemblies in STACK! Watch to learn how you can create, organize and locate the items you create in estimates and proposals!


Topics

  1. Items

    1. Item Quick Videos

      1. How to Add a STACK Item to Your Takeoff

      2. How to Create a Custom Item

  2. Assemblies

    1. Assembly Quick Videos

      1. Using STACK Assemblies

      2. Create an Assembly

      3. How to Build an Assembly

  3. Estimates

    1. Estimate Quick Videos

      1. Introduction to Estimating with STACK

  4. Proposals

    1. Proposal Quick Videos

      1. Introduction to Proposals

  5. Trade-Specific Resources


Items

Items expand your takeoffs to represent various project costs, such as material, labor, equipment, and subcontracting. To learn more about items:

Item Quick Videos

Watch these videos to gain a better understanding of using items in STACK!

How to Add a STACK Item to Your Takeoff

How to Create a Custom Item

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Assemblies

Assemblies are a great way to combine commonly-used items together into one package, ensuring you have everything you need to represent the takeoff. To learn more about assemblies:

Assembly Quick Videos

Watch these videos to gain a better understanding of building and using custom assemblies to improve your estimating with STACK!

Introduction to Assemblies

Using STACK Assemblies

How to Build an Assembly in STACK

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Estimates

Here's an overview of STACK's estimating options:

Estimate Quick Videos

Introduction to Estimating with STACK

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Proposals

Learn how to determine a selling price for your project and create a professional-looking proposal using an estimate in STACK:

Proposal Quick Videos

Introduction to Proposals

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Trade-Specific Resources

Our trade catalogs provide a variety of already built items and assemblies to help speed up your estimating process:

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Great Job on Completing Training #3!

Have more questions on Training #3 topics? You can schedule a 30 minute Q&A session with a STACK expert to have your questions answered.

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