10 Things Every Remodeling Contract Should Include
By Frank Drake
The contract is a critical step in any remodeling project; it holds the job together and ensures that all parties agree to the same vision and scope. By Kelly Quigley | April 2009 The National Association of the Remodeling Industry spells out the following key elements that every remodeling contract should have: 1. The contractor’s name, address, phone number, and license number. 2. Details on what the contractor will and will not do. 3. A list of materials for the project in your contract. This includes information about the size, color, model, brand name, and product. 4. The approximate start date and completion date. 5. All required plans. Study them carefully for accuracy. Insist that you approve them and that they are identified in your written contract before any work...