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This fillable proposal is designed to keep a full record of the details discussed between the contractor and the client. Easy to record the potential customer's information at the top of the form, the date, proposal number, job start and approximate completion date, job name, location, etc. The form was designed with extra lines in the project description area giving you ample room to describe the roofing project or job, in detail. Payment terms and payment schedule is also included, again, with plenty of room. It also includes a section of things NOT included in the bid proposal, to avoid any confusion after the fact. Followed by industry accepted terms and conditions and signature lines.
A roofing bid proposal with checklist and space for describing work to be performed, payment schedule, terms and conditions, etc. ...all that you need is your customer's signature and you can get to work
This is a roofer's job reference sheet to list some of your roofing customers so that prospective customers may call and ask about your roofing services. Even in this day and age, not everyone checks up for references using social media and it may still prove a good habit to leave a reference sheet together with your proposal.
The form is easily and fully editable using Microsoft Word and the form also comes with an Interactive PDF form which is also fillable and can be personalized by editing your company name, address, form title, add your business logo and/or other trade or promotional images.
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.
Additional work authorization forms are required to protect 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 improvement repair or maintenance.
The 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.
This 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.
Help boost customer confidence that the work or installation has been done properly by providing your client with a roofing industry, all purpose, labor workmanship or parts warranty certificate after job completion. This has been proven to help gain traction with customer trust and word of mouth recommendations in the long run.
You may also opt to have one or many different types of certificates to comply with particular jobs or projects. It may be a satisfaction guarantee, a warranty certificate on equipment or parts, a workmanship guarantee, an "x-Year(s)" parts warranty or quality pledge, an "x-Year(s) on parts such as heat exchanger or on air handler and coils or a/c or heating unit, a lemon guarantee, the possibilities are many —and also makes a good starting point towards selling a maintenance agreement.