Before You Sign the Contract Part 2

September 16, 2009 / by / In

These items should also be on your contract:
  1. Start and end time. Example, “start” with in 7 - 10 days from permit, “commencement” described as “demolition of existing patio cover”, and “completion” after “walk through and final punch list”.

  2. Detailed progress payment payment schedule. Example, X due upon plan approval; X due upon demolition; X due upon concrete/foundation pour etc. The progress payments should coincide with inspections where ever possible.

By Contractor’s State License Law, you should also receive the following documents when you sign: 3 Day Right To Cancel, California License Law Notice, Check Out Your Contractor From, Information About Commercial General Liability Insurance From, Notice To Owner Form.

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