Planning to do a home remodeling project soon? Whether you’re adding a new room or replacing your roofing, it’s important that you take note of what goes in your remodeling contract. After all, it’s your project’s written guarantee. Read on as Tedrick’s Roofing discusses what should be in your remodeling contract.
Job Description, Dates, and Payment Terms
The job description in your contract describes the project and highlights who are the parties responsible – you and your contractor. As a homeowner, you authorize access to your home and agree on payment, while the contractor provides the necessary tools and materials to do the project.
The start and completion dates are tied directly to the payment terms. Your remodeling contract should have these, as the dates give the roofer a framework of time the project will take, while the payment terms are often tied directly to the job completion date.
Is Local Authorization Necessary?
This is one of the most important parts of the contract since your contractor will be responsible for securing the necessary regulatory permits. When you work with us, you can count on our team to secure all the required permits for your roofing project so that everything goes smoothly without any hassle.
Proof of Licensure, Insurance, and Bonding
Finally, it’s important that the roofing contractor you’re working with has proof of insurance and bonding. This effectively protects you from liability for property or job-related injuries, and it means you can take advantage of state or local enforcement assistance if necessary.
Tedrick’s Roofing is fully licensed and insured, and has all the necessary bonds to ensure the success of your project. You can count on us to do professional roof repair and replacement when you hire us for your project.
Give us a call at (877) 212-9355 for more information on our services. We offer complete roofing services throughout Federal Way, WA.