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    Painting Limited Warranty Certificate


    Painting contractors, prepare a limited warranty for workmanship with this customizable Painting Limited Warranty Certificate.

    • The warranty does not cover paint or any other materials selected for use on the project.
    • The Certificate lists items which are specifically not considered defects in workmanship, and other restrictions of the warranty.
    • The Certificate sets out the procedure to be followed by the customer for warranty work.
    • This is a reusable Word template that you can customize for your specific business needs.

    This Painting Limited Warranty Certificate protects your business against unreasonable warranty claims. Add it to your cart, check out, and download the form.

    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 01-September-2016
    SKU: 4855
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    Painting Contractor Business Plan


    Thinking of starting your own painting business but don't have the cash? To get a start-up loan you'll need a Business Plan - this one is specifically for painting contractors and it includes:

    • a market analysis and marketing strategy,
    • a financial model,
    • instructions to help you complete each section of the document,
    • a Confidentiality Agreement to protect against disclosure of your proprietary information, such as financial data.

    Lenders won't even consider loaning you money unless you present them with a viable plan for the next 3 to 5 years. Get started on yours today - download the Painting Contractor Business Plan template.

    Ontario Renovation Contract


    Ontario contractors, write up a Renovation Contract for a home owner with this easy-to-use template form.

    • Materials. The contractor agrees to provide all required materials, labor, tools, equipment and supervision.
    • Contract Price. Payment of the contract price, less required holdback under the Ontario Construction Lien Act, will be made in several payments, with the balance due on completion.
    • Change Orders. A signed change order is required for any alterations to the work specified.
    • Site Safety. The contractor is responsible for cleanup and for job site safety.
    • Home Owner's Responsibilities. The home owner is responsible for providing utilities, toilets and access to the work site.
    • Warranty. The contractor provides a 1-year warranty of the materials and workmanship and agrees to correct any defects of which it is notified in writing during the warranty period.
    • Insurance. The contractor is responsible for maintaining adequate insurance, and for complying with the requirements of the Workers Compensation Act.

    Avoid any disputes or legal claims connected with your renovation project - put it all in writing in this Ontario Renovation Contract.

    Contract Change Order


    Prepare a Contract Change Order for changes under a construction or renovation contract with this easy-to-use template form.

    • The Change Order form must be signed by both the owner and the contractor, and the owner may require the contractor's surety (if any) to approve the changes as well.
    • The changes can include additions, amendments or deletions to the scope of the work, materials, extras, etc., and corresponding adjustments to the contract price.
    • The completion date can also be amended to accommodate the changes.
    • The Change Order form can be used by general contractors and subtrades alike.

    It's inevitable that there will be changes to the construction project along the way. That's why you need the Contract Change Order form. Download yours today.