I went to see my lawyer to let him review my Service Agreement for the upcoming year. He questioned why I added a 30 day notice for service cancellation, he advised to me was to go to a hardcore contract, that states if the commercial customer bails out they will payout the remainding amount of the contract....which didn't sound smart to me....but hey he's the lawyer. I still think that I will go with my Service Agreement with the 30 day out because I am a small operation and will be doing only small commercials. Now on to my second question if I were to do a Service Agreement that has a 30 cancellation clause, Can I still do flat rate monthly billing and what stops a customer from paying lower in the summer and try to bail out in the winter...causing me to loose money. I know the subject of contracts/ service agreements have been beaten to death here but your opinions are appreciated.