The language in your contract that addresses Change Work Orders should be specifically reviewed with your customers before they sign the primary contract. Read more about Review Change Work Order Language
Our Money Saving Tips are for contractors looking for ideas on how to reduce costs and saving money.
Don't buy something just because it's needed on one or two jobs, and don't rent equipment or tools that you continually use. Use common sense and analyze each situation. Read more about Renting vs. buying equipment and tools
Every change work order should list 3 prices. This eliminates customer claims they didn’t know what the changes would cost or what the final price would be. Read more about Clear Pricing on Change Work Orders
Change Work Orders cost you time and money. Most of the time, they happen because of a lack of good questioning to find out what the client really wants and can pay for. Read more about Ask Lots of Questions
It is far cheaper to pay for a few hours of your attorney's time upfront than to make a deposit of $1,500+ to defending you from an unhappy or unscrupulous customer. Read more about Use Solid Contract Language