Provide a complete explanation in the final disclosure about this contract being final. Any future amendments will need to be signed in writing by both parties.
Writing Your Own Snow Removal Contract Outline
This outline is a great starting point in creating your snow removal contract.
However, every business has different needs. It’s important to make any necessary adjustments for your business on an as-needed basis.
During the process of creating your snow removal contract, consider the essential factors of your business.
Consider your client base, and anything which could potentially incite conflict or misunderstanding.
As always, meet with a lawyer or legal consultant to ensure you’ve included all essential elements within the contract.
2. Outline the Requested Services
It’s important to outline the requested services as well as any details about the service within the contract.
For example, if you’re plowing a driveway, then explain the need for free access to the driveway as well as any other specifics about the service.
Depending on the service, it’s crucial to explain everything that’s included with the requested service within the snow removal contract.
Plus, if for some reason, you encounter unexpected costs, you’ll have the ability to adjust pricing.
Take a look at a few disclaimers you can include:
The client’s price may be adjusted to reflect unpredictable changes, such as unexpected costs or challenges.
Even though the [snow removal business name] will seek to avoid any property damage, no promises can be made. Any damages caused by [snow removal business name] will be covered by [insurance provider name].
The client understands they’re required to provide free access to the areas needing snow removal (e.g. driveway, sidewalk, etc.).
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