Submitting a quote for building work to a potential client and/or supplying the terms and conditions on which the work will be carried out.
Our document comprises a form of Quotation and some simple understandable Terms and Conditions. We use these important documents when submitting a proposal for construction or building work to a client. The contract will be effective once the quotation is accepted by the client.
- Scope of work: The more detailed the scope, the more certainty there can be on the price, project deadline and other resources.
We price a job on the scope of work that is either supplied by the client or prepared by us. And be sure to include some contingency.
Usually there will be a weekly or monthly invoice for the work done in the week/month and there will be an advance payment to cover the cost of ordering materials etc. Late payment will attract interest and/or allow us to suspend work or cancel the contract. Details will be provided in final contract before initiating the project.
Giving us the access to the site, help in plan formation (purely as per client’s wish), be supportive, positive & other consents etc.
As clients do not always have a fully detailed specification and they often want changes to the work, the contract needs a mechanism to allow us to vary the cost and timing of the job to deal with these.
A proposed date for start of work on site and for completion, plus a procedure for adjusting these to deal with any delay caused by the client or other external events.
We have the right to terminate the project if client behaviour is not appropriate, if client delays the payments etc.
BEFORE THE START OF ANY PROJECT, A DETAILED CONTRACT TO BE SIGNED BETWEEN THE BUILDER (US) AND CLIENT TO AVOID ANY DISCREPENCY. WE WILL PROVIDE OUR CLIENTS WITH DETAILED CONTRACTS BEFORE THE INITIATION OF PROJECT.
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