We only charge on the number of projects and you get all of the key features on any of the plans available plus you can upgrade or downgrade at any time
Free templates branding with your logo and colours
Get faster results by inviting team members to collaborate
Generate your manual as many times as you need to
We automatically compress your file with no reduction in quality
Easy to use csv file uploads for customers, sites, contractors and stock
Underlying word templates developed on the BSRIA guidelines for different trades
A project is the same as a job and in the platform indicates a job undertaken that would require an Operations and Maintenance Document to be produced. You can create a manual as many times as you need for each project.
When your trial ends, you’ll be able to choose from our range of subscription options. Packages start from £9 per month.
Paying annually allows you to spread your project allocation across the entire year so instead of only having five projects per month you can have 60 projects spread over the year on the Business Lite plan. Plus you’ll save 15%.
Don’t worry, your package renews automatically. But you can upgrade, downgrade, or cancel (we hope you won’t) by letting us know before your plan ends.
Upgrading or downgrading is simple. To manage your subscription status, just head over to your dedicated company page and make the required changes.
It only takes a few clicks to upgrade or downgrade. Just visit your Company page, and you can handle everything from there.
If you upgrade to a yearly plan, your allowance won’t be affected. You will only lose credits if you downgrade.
If you are on a monthly contract you can upgrade and downgrade your Dokkit subscription at any time giving you total flexibility of how and when you use it. Alternatively, a yearly subscription gives you your total project allowance to use anytime and is 15% cheaper.
No matter which plan you are on you have unlimited manual revisions however if you delete your project and start again this will count as a new project.