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Making a Remodeling Contract
If you are a remodeling contractor, you should consider making Remodeling Contracts to safeguard your business when you are providing remodeling. By accepting this agreement, both parties will know what to expect. With Rocket Lawyer, your Remodeling Agreement is not just a template. If you ever need help from an attorney in the event of missed payments or another problem, your Rocket Lawyer membership provides the optional benefit of Document Defense®.
Whether you are remodeling a home or a commercial space, it is valuable to record the details of your work in a contract. Using a Remodeling Contract most likely will be helpful for your business because of the benefits listed below:
Ultimately, if you opt not to use this document, neither party will get to experience any of the aforementioned benefits.
Before getting started, you may want to organize these critical details for the Remodeling Contract:
Your contract from Rocket Lawyer also contains the typical language regarding the independent work relationship between the parties, indemnity for losses, and lastly, dispute resolution. As you build your agreement, you also can select which state's jurisdiction it will fall under. Using the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you have the ability to implement additional adjustments and edits, such as license details, if necessary.
Remodeling contract deposits typically fall somewhere between ten and fifteen percent of the estimated total cost. However, the amount you charge upfront depends on where you operate, as some states have limitations for the maximum upfront payment that a contractor can require. If the contractor has to order certain materials in advance, that also could affect the payment required before work gets started. You can conduct online research in your specific market or speak with peers who have done similar work to find out what the market rate is.
Luckily, you don't have to pay hundreds of dollars to get your contract in writing. With Rocket Lawyer, you can draft a free Remodeling Contract online today. Your agreement will be constructed piece by piece, as you enter more details throughout the process. Simply click on the "Make document" button to begin.
Contractor rates are highly sensitive to their local markets. You can generally find information about rates by doing some geographically-specific research.
Finding a legal professional to give feedback on your contract can take a long time if you do it by yourself. An easier approach worth consideration is to get help via the Rocket Lawyer On Call® network of attorneys. Rocket Lawyer members have the ability to request guidance from an On Call attorney with experience in business or send additional questions. As a business owner, you can work confidently with Rocket Lawyer by your side.
In order to finalize your agreement, it must be signed by both you and the client. As a best practice, make sure to send a final copy of your fully signed contract to your client. With a membership, you also may print out, copy, and download it as a Word document or PDF file as necessary.