Learn about the convenience—and pitfall—of the assembly takeoff.
- [Instructor] In some instances,…you may be able to take off a group of materials…and call them an assembly…and then just multiply them onto the takeoff sheet.…For instance, you might know that every interior door…has a door, a handle,…three hinges, and a door block.…Why take off all those pieces individually…when you can just write down the assembly,…as long as you're able to put the material…and labor to it correctly.…It's a different trade,…but I think you know what I'm talking about.…
I'll put it right here,…interior door…assembly,…five of them.…Maybe they'll be a price of $465 each.…Maybe the labor will be five hours each.…Adjust our sheet.…You'll see the use of e for the unit of measure.…You'll see that the assembly is listed here…and the quantity.…
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