Link up to the latest materials prices. Know that every single build cost has been allowed for. Your profit will be yours to keep not dip into.
Worthwhile customers want smart-looking quotes. (So do banks.) They also want detail. Accuracy. A plan. Lists. Schedules. Shiny shoes...
Quoting, form-filling, scheduling, invoicing was never meant to take over your life. It stops here. Deal with paperwork easily with our estimating software.
Easily track your projects. Manage daily, weekly, monthly tasks in a click. Organise trades, plant, materials. Stay on top of cash flow. Be organised.
The EstimatorXpress dashboard analyses your projects for an insight into your business. Simple charts show what’s profitable, your win rate….
From pricing to getting paid. Our software uses unique X-Connex technology so all the products talk to each other saving time and ensuring accuracy.
Les Hough, L Hough Building and Roofing Services Ltd
I would recommend HBXL to anyone, the quotation that it gives out keeps me in front of my competitors.
I get more work because of the quotation it breaks all the work down and the clients love it.
Also the back up from customer care team is the best, they will sort out any problems with a friendly customer service that makes me happy.
Would I recommend HBXL? YES YES YES.
Mark Borthwick, Borthwick DBM
I have used Plans Xpress for a few years now after moving from AutoCAD lite. Originally I was drawn to HBXL for the multiple tool plug ins and bought PlansXpress and EstimatorXpress which was a great time saving tool as long as you input all the details into PlansXpress. A change of circumstances meant I didn't need the additional tools, but will be sticking with PlansXpress. Training and support is first class and I would happily recommended HBXL building software.
Terry Wallace, Fire Sprinkler Systems (UK) Ltd
Joe and the team have been nothing but helpful and service is first class. We use the PlansXpress program and can't fault it! Not to mention its a million times easier to use than AutoCAD.
Neil Tressler, Neil Tressler Building Contractors Ltd
I would recommend HBXL estimating software it easy to use and probably the best on the market. Also a very good price.
Turn estimating into a breeze saves time, with professional estimates and contract for clients to sign and return keeping all paperwork in one place.
Trace over your building plan in PlansXpress, specifying as you go, ready for instant pricing in EstimatorXpress estimating software for an accurate cost.
EstimatorXpress, a unique estimating software tool with hundreds of project templates that needs minimal input to give you a speedy yet detailed and accurate quote.
Draft architect quality new plans with simple drawing tools in PlansXpress read by award-winning EstimatorXpress estimating software for an accurate cost.
Possibly the easiest CAD tool around for drawing residential building plans. Spot on for winning the work, planning permission, Building Reg compliance…
All these software products have X-Connex technology which means one lot of project data is shared across each product saving you time and avoiding errors.
Keep everyone safe on site and meet your legal duties with Health & Safety Xpert. Get Covid-19 Secure. Gives you all the relevant documents that inspectors need to see.
To have everyone and every thing in the right place at the right time requires ProjectXpert - especially when one delay can throw everything. Time is money!
Legal security. Avoid disputes and ensure that you get paid on time with ContractsXpert. And not just the contracts - all the letters required by law too.
CIA Accounts has been specifically tailored to the UK construction industry. It knows what a builder needs for invoicing. No add-ons needed. It’s all there.
Last updated: 29.5.20 HBXL have been helping building firms across the UK for 20 years and it’s never been more important during the Covid-19 crisis to lend our support in these difficult times. So we hope you find this summary of the Covid-19 small business financial support from the Government useful, together with Health &...
In all our 20 years of supporting the building community, it has never been more important for us to apply the skills of our team to this crisis. Safeguarding the health and safety of employees has always been a statutory obligation of every employer, it’s written in health and safety law. But the stakes are...
Updated 19.5.20 This page is where you will find tips, advice and a series of ‘Action Plans’ on how to get your game face on, prepare for battle, and come back positively from the Covid-19 crisis. We’ll keep adding to the page so keep coming back! You’ll find our summary of the very latest financial...
Get the latest Health & Safety Xpert – with new Covid-19 documents >> Read our useful Q & A and download the HBXL Covid-19 quick guide here >> Sign up to watch our ‘Power Hour’ video chat with a Health & Safety expert >> We’ve broken down the government’s ‘Working safely during COVID-19 in construction...
Download your HBXL Covid-19 Quick Guide to site safety here >> Get the latest Health & Safety Xpert – with new Covid-19 documents >> Sign up to watch our ‘Power Hour’ video chat with a Health & Safety expert >> Take a look at our safety Q & A below. The government launched ‘Working safely...
HSE are on the look out for building firms not following Covid-19 safe-working guidance with a view to issuing enforcement notices. So it’s crucial to manage your health and safety correctly on site. Dave Price, H & S consultant explains all to Jo. Save your Spot!
This is the third in a series of three articles on knowing your costs, for improved financial health and a better chance of winning good profitable work. You’ll find the other two articles here: Part I: How to reduce your overheads >> Part II: How to include all the costs in your estimates >> “Growing...
This is the second in a series of three articles on knowing your costs, for improved financial health and a better chance of winning good profitable work. You’ll find the other two articles here: Part I: How to reduce your overheads >> Part III: How to price for profit and not just to fill the...