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need help with wording on contract

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by green thum, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. green thum

    green thum LawnSite Member
    Messages: 162

    :blob3: I'm fairley new to this biz(9 months)and have gotten 5 or so of my residential accounts to go with year round maint.my question is what do u guys think of the following wording for the cust to sign?i dont want it to sound to official for fear of them declining svc.
    I.......agree to pay par 4 lawn care the sum of ...........a month for the above servicesfrom........to........ either party has the option of ending svc with a 30 day notice.
  2. Runner

    Runner LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 13,497

    Ours is witten something like this...

    All work is guaranteed to be as specified and performed in a workmanlike manner.
    Any additions or changes from above quote, involving extra costs, will be performed only upon written
    orders, and will become an extra charge over and above the estimate.

    FOR THE SUM OF ($ ) ------------------------------------




    The above prices, specifications and conditions are satisfactory and are hereby accepted. You are authorized to do the work as
    specified. Payment will be made as outlined above.

    Accepted _________________________________________ Signature____________________________________

    Date ____________________________________________ Signature ___________________________________

    The arrangement is a little screwed up, because the way it pastes onto this forum.
  3. Victor

    Victor LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,430

    I like the name of your company. You obviously have great taste. :D

    Vic Cundiff

    Owner, Par 5 Lawn Care
  4. LB1234

    LB1234 LawnSite Gold Member
    Messages: 3,208

    I'd write something up and take it to an attorney...cost you around 150-200 bucks but it is well worth it...imo.

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