The Skinny on Change Work OrdersBy Michael Stone
A compendium on change work orders on a new home, remodeling or renovation project; why they matter, how to price them, what to include, and more.
Unclear Change Work OrdersBy Michael Stone
Pricing changes for a change work order isn’t easy when the scope of work isn’t clear.
Protect Your Business – Change Work OrdersBy Michael Stone
Michael discusses a ploy some building owners use to not pay for all of their change work orders. It happens in both residential and commercial projects.
Overhead and Profit on Change OrdersBy Michael Stone
You shouldn’t sign a contract that stipulates what you can charge, even if it’s just on the change orders.
Contracts, Change Work Orders, Punch Lists and MoreBy Michael Stone
A selection of issues that should be written into every contract to protect your profitability.
Specifics on Change Work OrdersBy Michael Stone
Last week we discussed having signed Change Work Orders (or Additional Work Orders). Today we’ll discuss 4 mistakes often made when writing Change Work Orders.
A Homeowner’s Point of ViewBy Michael Stone
In case you don’t think it’s important to have change work orders signed and paid BEFORE making a change, read this note I received from a homeowner yesterday: