heard that's the case here too. Just reduced my contract down to 5 pages today. It was about 13 when I bought the pack.Californiadecks said:We aren't allowed by law, unless it comes with all the BS a contract has to have here
When I'm just doing electrical subbing for a GC I've worked for previously with no issues, I just submit them via email a full scope of work with a price and that's usually only a page or 2. This way they can copy and paste it into their quote. Until I'm comfy with the GC it really is the long contract but different since it's a subcontractor agreement.Ron, do you use a contract that long for just electrical or it that for your remodeling business?
For the most part, my proposal form is my contract. Probably should change but it has worked for me this way too many years.
I'm using adams (NC3819) 3 part contractor proposal forms are they good? I picked them because they sounded the least legal sounding since I don't do big jobs and didnt want to scare my customersi use a 2 part...i keep the top copy, give them the yellow
my bid is my contract....its a simple 1 page form....i have TONS of stuff in a column defining basic things.....
if your a builder i recommend a large form that the builder associations use...it will cover tons more...for me i dont need as much to protect myself
Those are perfect for what you need and I believe they have some sort of clause on the back? Small jobs those are perfect for. They can serve as a contract and a bid.I'm using adams (NC3819) 3 part contractor proposal forms are they good? I picked them because they sounded the least legal sounding since I don't do big jobs and didnt want to scare my customers
When many things are discussed prior to work, I find this line from my contract and altered on my proposal form quite comfy to include.I have on all my agreements
AREAS/WORK NOT INCLUDED-
any areas/work not specifically listed above is not covered under this agreement