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Making a HVAC Contract
As an HVAC technician, you can make and sign HVAC Contracts in order to protect your interests when providing HVAC services. Signed by the contractor and the property owner, this document can help each party to set expectations around heating or air conditioning maintence or repair. Different from the other sites you may stumble upon, there's more to Rocket Lawyer than templates. In the event of nonpayment or another issue, your Rocket Lawyer membership provides the optional benefit of Document Defense® support from an attorney in our network.
The details that you will need to include in the HVAC Contract are:
As you may expect, HVAC Contracts that you make with Rocket Lawyer also contain the typical legalese regarding the independent work relationship between the parties, confidentiality, and the method(s) of dispute resolution. While building your agreement, you also can pick the jurisdiction under which it will be governed. With the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you have the power to add further customization, if needed.
Drawing up an HVAC Service Contract can be done at no charge by following our simple step-by-step process. This form may be used by a homeowner, a commercial building owner, or by the HVAC contractor. You'll need to have the answers to specific questions regarding the name of the person hiring the contractor, the contractor's name, and the scope of the work.
Additionally, this HVAC Contract also allows the contractor an opportunity to clearly explain that in some cases, the scope of the work, and therefore the price, may change should the conditions be different once the HVAC technician has an opportunity to start working on the system.
Whether you are paid by an acquaintance or a stranger, your HVAC Contract is a step that should never be missed. You might decide that you want to make this document because it presents this list of benefits:
Without an HVAC Agreement, you may experience any of these issues: unrealistic expectations, challenges collecting payment, vague timelines or delays in delivery, unmet standards of quality, and limited recourse if a problem arises.
If you need to make this document using Rocket Lawyer, please take in the guidance that is given. Our step-by-step interview will guide you through a series of questions about your situation to help us produce your HVAC Contract. You may also consider asking an On Call attorney to look at it for you. This method will often be much less time-consuming than meeting with and hiring a conventional attorney, whose fee would be between a few hundred dollars per hour to thousands.
Upon completing a document with Rocket Lawyer, you will be able to view it at any time and place. With a Rocket Lawyer membership, you can edit, make a copy, print out, get electronic signatures via RocketSign® once you're ready, and/or download it as a Word or PDF document when needed. Each HVAC Contract comes with a series of recommended actions you should take to finalize your document. As a best practice, you should send a copy of your signed contract to the property owner.
Getting another opinion on your document can take a lot of time if you attempt to do it alone. An alternate approach might be to request help from Rocket Lawyer attorney services. Rocket Lawyer Premium members have the ability to ask for a contract review from an On Call attorney with business experience or get answers to additional legal questions. As a small business owner or operator, you can Work Confidently® knowing that Rocket Lawyer is here to support you.
For most contractors, annual HVAC services usually include filter replacements or cleaning, checking on wiring, connections, and controls as well as cleaning the blower, motors and other parts of the system. Most times, HVAC service technicians will also verify that the thermostat is registering properly.
Outdoors, the HVAC system will also require service. This includes verifying the coils and housing are clean, the compressor is working properly, and not in need of repair. Finally, the technician will also clean the drain lines and clean debris from around the outside units to make sure dirt is not getting into the system.