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.

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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.


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All purpose, fillable, Electrical Bid Proposal Form, for use by electrical contractor requiring forms for residential or commercial electrical sales, service, repair and installations.

This detailed project or work proposal allows customers to see exactly what a particular electrical contractor is promising to do (and at what cost). Avoid confusion and provide clear proposals 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.

The PDF form comes bundled with 3 form styles to pick from, a contemporary or minimalistic ruling design, a traditional or classic ruling design or use the one with no ruling, have a look at the product thumbnails to see all three styles.


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Additional work authorization forms are required to protect electrical contractors and their clients for additional costs associated to a project. Details of work to be done are not always fully apparent at the start of every project. Sometimes additional work is required after the start of the project due to changes made to the original plan or defects found and additional work or repairs required after the start of the project.

Additional work authorization forms are used by contractors of all sorts involved in home remodeling, improvement repair, service, installations or maintenance.


$121.50 $23.00

This Electrical Contract Change Order is 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 changes to the contract, payments and credits from original contract and detailed balance summary with owner's and contractor's acceptance legalese at bottom of form with signature and date lines for both parties to sign.


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This Electrical form may take other names such as Additional Description, Addendum, etc. It is meant to be used with any contract where additional information or descriptive space is needed. An Additional Contract Description is an additional document not included in the main part of the contract. It is an ad hoc item, usually compiled and executed after the main document, which contains additional terms, obligations or information.

Tip: In most Construction Documents, it is inevitable that the agreement, drawings, and specifications will not adequately address every single matter. There may be gaps, conflicts, or subtle ambiguities. The goal of the Additional Contract Description is to act as a partnering tool to resolve these gaps, conflicts, or subtle ambiguities during the bidding process or early in the construction process to eliminate the need for costly corrective measures. Should the response to the Additional Contract Description lead to additional work during the construction process that represents added value, which cannot be reasonably worked out in the early stages of the performance of the work, than a formal claim can be made.