Contractor Software

Contractor Management Software for Estimating and Scheduling

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Running a general contracting business makes you the ultimate Jack of All Trades.

Managing projects, organizing your crew, and finding new customers all on your own can get messy, and it takes valuable time out of your day. Jobber’s contractor software helps keep all of that on track, so your business runs smoothly while you focus on the real work.

Jobber is built for general contracting businesses plus handyman, electrical contractors, and mechanical contractor businesses.

Jobber lets me do everything I want to do

Create bids faster and win more jobs

As a general contractor, gaining new business means responding quickly and easily to bid and quote requests. Whether in the field or the office, with just a few clicks in Jobber you can impress customers with professional looking quotes that help you win the job.

  • Keep track of quote history
  • Schedule on-site assessments to start the quoting process
  • Allow customers to request work online at their convenience
  • Win bigger jobs with optional quote add-ons, packages, and images
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Efficiently organize multiple crews

Keeping everyone else organized is half your job. Jobber’s scheduling and dispatching feature allows you to easily schedule a job, assign your team, and see at a glance when a job is done and ready to be invoiced.

  • Schedule from the field with the Jobber mobile app
  • Track time on the job for more accurate estimates and easy payroll
  • Easily assign jobs via a drag-and-drop calendar, and send mobile push notifications to your team with their new schedule
  • Get a clear visual of crew availability to avoid overbooking, underbooking, or doublebooking
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Manage cash flow and get paid online

Tired of guessing which jobs are ready for invoicing? Jobber’s user-friendly contractor invoice software lets you easily view, track, and send invoices in just a couple clicks. Even better, customers can pay online by credit card.


Organize all job details in one place

Things can change day to day. Jobber tracks changes to job details as they happen, so your team has everything they need to get the job done well and on time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Contractor estimating software gives general contractors and their crews the tools they need to send bids and quotes, schedule employees, track jobs, manage invoicing, accept payments, and more. Whether you’re at the office or on a job site, Jobber gives you the tools you need to grow and organize your business.
Yes! Running a contracting business means you’re often working in the field and Jobber lets you manage your business from anywhere. Jobber’s contractor management software gives you the tools at your fingertips to organize your team, communicate with customers, and grow your business. The Jobber mobile app is available for free on iOS and Android devices.
Jobber offers different plans that build on the essential features you need to organize and grow your contracting business. Learn more about our plans and pricing.
Whether you’re checking us out for the first time, or you’re one of our oldest customers, we’ve got your back when it comes to support. Phone support, email support, and online chat are available to you for free and included in all Jobber plans.
Yes! Jobber integrates with your favorite apps, like QuickBooks Online, so you can extend your use of Jobber.


Free resources to help you run a killer service business. In addition to creating awesome software to help you run your business we also love answering all of your business questions on Jobber Academy.

Take control of your service business’ profit margins. Find out how to create a pricing strategy to accurately price your jobs as a contractor, every time.
We asked successful service business owners how to shorten the sales cycle and confidently close more deals. Here’s what they had to say.
In this complete guide to profit margins for small business owners, we’ll review the types of profit margins, why they’re important, and how to calculate them.