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Free Service Agreement (Roofing Subcontractor)

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This Roofing Subcontractor Services Agreement is between a contractor and a subcontractor who is hired to perform roofing work on a commercial building or residence. This subcontractor agreement sets out the specific terms of the arrangement including the scope of the work, job location and days and hours the work can be done. It also sets forth when and how much the subcontractor will be paid. It is imperative that this subcontractor agreement be set forth in writing and not left to oral interpretation. A written Roofing Subcontractor Services Agreement will be valuable if there are disagreements or misunderstandings as to the scope of the roofing work to be performed. This Roofing Subcontractor Services Agreement contains the following provisions: Parties: Sets forth the name and address of the contractor and subcontractor; Scope of Work: Schedule 2 sets forth a detailed scope of roofing project; Quality: The subcontractor shall use trained and experienced workmen and perform all work according to industry standards; Payment/Other Expenses: Sets out how much and when the subcontractor will be paid and if any expenses will be paid by the contractor; Insurance: Sets forth the insurance requirements of both the contractor and subcontractor; Warranty and Indemnity: Sets out any warranty which the subcontractor gives for workmanship and materials; Term/Termination: Sets forth the commencement date and options if either party wishes to terminate the agreement; Signature: Both contractor and subcontractor must sign the agreement. Protect yourself, your rights and your property by purchasing this attorney-prepared form. This attorney-prepared package includes: General Information Instructions and Checklist Step-by-Step Instructions Roofing Subcontractor Services Agreement State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of all states

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