Electrical Contractor

All type of electrical contractor forms: Service Call, Work Orders, Proposals, Warranty of Assurance, Invoice, Bid Proposals, Job Invoice, Service Invoice, Additional Contract Description, Warranty Certificate, Subcontract Agreement, Change Order and Change Order Request, Project Quotation, Electrical Panel Schedules, Warranty Certificate, Job Cost Report, and more.

$121.50 $36.00

This form is used for requesting payment under the contract. Includes checkboxes to mark type of payment is being made, e.g. Down Payment, Progress, Payment, Final Payment, Day Work, Contract and Extra. Space for Description of Work Performed, Notes and total summary of Job Invoice with space to include labor, materials, change orders, debits/credits, tax, etc., with terms of agreement at bottom of form with signature and date lines.


$148.50 $43.00

A general contract for electrical sales, repairs, installations, wiring, re-wiring and home improvement jobs. The 2 page contract spells out exactly the description of the project, location of work, time for completion, interest due on overdue payments, down payment (if any) and payment schedules, legalese and space for signature and date  for mutual agreement. Avoid confusion and provide clear instructions straight from your computer allowing the contractor to manage customer expectations avoiding customer misunderstandings or disputes along the way ensuring smooth job/project transaction from start to finish.

This an easy to read, electrical residential contract, easily customizable with your own information and use as a fillable Word document or PDF form, all text fully editable so you may edit the form fields, and just about everything else the way you want it, for example, the first field reads "Customer Signature" you can change that to read "Client Signature", "Customer Authorized Signature", etc. all form fields are editable.


$148.50 $38.00

The electrical prime contract typically represents the agreed-upon contract between an owner who is financing the construction project and the general contractor who is being paid to manage the construction project.  The 2 page contract has spacing to record owner and project contacts, construction lender (if any), space to describe work to be done, and other legalese and financial contract details. Finalized by signature and date lines for parties involved, with terms and conditions on back page.

This contract is easily customizable with your own information and use as a fillable Word document or PDF form, all text fully editable so you may edit the form fields, and just about everything else the way you want it, for example, the first field reads "Customer Signature" you can change that to read "Client Signature", "Customer Authorized Signature", etc. all form fields are editable.


$148.50 $38.00

The electrical prime contract typically represents the agreed-upon contract between an owner who is financing the construction project and the general contractor who is being paid to manage the construction project.  The 2 page contract has spacing to record owner and project contacts, construction lender (if any), space to describe work to be done, and other legalese and financial contract details. Finalized by signature and date lines for parties involved, with terms and conditions on back page.

This contract is easily customizable with your own information and use as a fillable Word document or PDF form, all text fully editable so you may edit the form fields, and just about everything else the way you want it, for example, the first field reads "Customer Signature" you can change that to read "Client Signature", "Customer Authorized Signature", etc. all form fields are editable.


$121.50 $23.00

This Change Order is initiated or to be approved by the project owner. Change orders are used to to provide written orders to make changes to the scope of work outlined in an original project contract. Change orders describe the new work that needs to be done (or omitted), the impact on budget, and the revised schedule for completion. Change orders are common in construction projects, especially larger ones - in fact, there may be many change orders issued in a single project.

There are many factors that contribute to the need for a change order. In general, they’re used when either the client or the contractor decide changes must be made in order to complete the project, or when the definition of what constitutes a finished project changes. 

The form records description of changes to the contract, additional charge(s) and payment schedule for the additional charge and legalese at bottom of form which includes the acceptance of change orders by parties involved.