1. Introduction

  • Purpose: This document outlines the terms and conditions under which San Diego Roofing (hereinafter referred to as “Contractor”) offers roofing services to its clients (referred to as “Client”).

2. Scope of Services

  • Description of Services: Detailed description of roofing services offered, including types of roofing, repair, maintenance, and installation services.
  • Project Specification: Each project will be defined in a separate agreement, detailing the scope, materials, and specific services to be provided.

3. Pricing and Payment

  • Estimates: How pricing estimates are provided and the validity period of these estimates.
  • Payment Terms: Detailed payment schedule, including advance payments, milestones, and final payment upon completion.
  • Late Payment Penalties: Consequences of late payments, such as interest or service charges.

4. Client Responsibilities

  • Access and Preparation: Requirement for the Client to provide access to the property and any preparation needed before work begins.
  • Notification of Restrictions: Client’s responsibility to inform the Contractor of any special conditions or restrictions at the work site.

5. Performance and Scheduling

  • Scheduling: How work schedules are determined and communicated.
  • Delays and Interruptions: Terms covering delays caused by weather, supply issues, or other unforeseen circumstances.

6. Changes and Adjustments

  • Change Orders: Process for making changes to the scope of work, including how additional charges will be handled.

7. Warranty and Guarantees

  • Workmanship Warranty: Length and terms of the warranty provided for labor and installation.
  • Material Warranty: Information about manufacturers’ warranties on materials used.

8. Liability and Insurance

  • Limitation of Liability: Limitations on the Contractor’s liability for damages or issues arising from services provided.
  • Insurance: Details of insurance coverage maintained by the Contractor.

9. Termination

  • Cancellation Policy: Conditions under which either party may terminate the contract and the consequences thereof.

10. Dispute Resolution

  • Governing Law: Jurisdiction and legal framework governing the contract.
  • Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Process for resolving disputes, including mediation or arbitration if necessary.

11. Miscellaneous Provisions

  • Force Majeure: Clauses covering situations beyond the control of either party, such as natural disasters.
  • Severability: Ensuring the remainder of the agreement remains valid if a part is found to be invalid.
  • Entire Agreement: Statement that this document represents the full agreement between the Contractor and the Client.

12. Acceptance

  • Signature Lines: Spaces for both parties to sign, indicating acceptance of these terms and conditions.
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