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Professional Contracts

Home Improvement contracts are crucial for the success of a project. Contracts help define the work scope, payment, terms, penalties, timelines, and other access related aspects of the work involved. Professional contracts set clear expectations and guidelines both for the contractor and the owner.

Home improvement is often a continuous process and a home owner may sign multiple contracts simultaneously. Changes must be managed without violating the contracts. Insurance claims processing and financing terms may be listed in the home improvement contracts.

Contracts also specify the jobsite access and the owner is expected to provide water, electricity, gas, and other related facilities. Material storage and disposal terms are listed during the work period. The property lines must be clearly identified and the home improvement contracts also lists the precautions that are taken by the contractors to avoid loss. Risk mitigation factors are identified and listed in the professional contracts.

Small and big contractors alike prefer the contract signed before any work begins. Contractors use standard templates and customize for their business. The professional contracts are also needed for certain insurance claims processing, financing, or state regulations.

Owners and contractors understand that the warranties are effective on the work performed any any future inspections are allowed. However, conflicts may arise due to other damages or repairs around the job performed which is addressed on a case to case basis. Professional contracts also specify the guarantees and warranties. Any manufacturer warranty is subject to additional guidelines from the product manufacturer.

A professional home improvement contract forms a basis for hassle-free work and payment. Professional contracts assist in establishing a long term relationship between the contractor and owner.

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Type of Contracts

Professional contracts are of different types depending up on the property and the remodeling involved.

  • Time and Material Contract: The type of contract where the property owner pays the contractor for the material and hourly labor. This is suitable for small repair works.
  • Fixed Bid Contracts: The property owner agrees to pay the contractor a fixed amount to complete a given work such as roofing. This is the most widely signed contract.
  • Highway Construction Contracts: Construction contracts have to follow multiple regulations from issuing authorities, roadways, private prime contractors, environment agencies, and so on. Construction contracts often have a shared bonus incentive to encourage timely completion.

  • Residential Contracts: Property owners sign the contracts to complete residential remodeling or extension or repairs with a Contracting Pro. This must be done in a manner to avoid litigations with the neighboring properties.
  • Commercial Contracts: One or multiple owners sign commercial contracts to complete a major commercial work. Cooperation with other subcontractors and assigning material and labor are crucial for commercial contracts.
  • Government Contracts: Government contracts involve strict hiring, documentation, reporting, material procuring, and all other access terms. Only few contractors prefer government contracts due to the less profit margins involved.
  • Industrial Contracts: Storage facilities, manufacturing units, and other large buildings need industrial contracts. Special safety considerations and regulations must be followed for industrial contracts.


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Contracting Services

Range of services are offered by Contracting Pros in the Quad Cities. Roofing, Siding, and other general contracting services can be assigned to the contractors.

Most contractors expand their services to new installations, replacement, and repair. It is also common that the same contractor offer multiple services that can result in cost savings and compatibility. Here are some of the most frequent services worked by the Contracting Pros:

  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Windows/Doors
  • Landscaping
  • Kitchen/Bath
  • Basement
  • Deck
  • Gutter
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Cabinets
  • Concrete Services
  • HVAC

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Olde Town Group

Olde Town Group is the leading Contracting Pro in the Quad Cities. They have decades of expertise in completing residential, commercial, industrial, and government contracts in the MidWest.

Olde Town Group is a licensed, insured, and bonded general contractor with multiple permits and certifications. CertainTeed Shingles, James Hardie siding, Trex decking, Andersen windows, and so on are the top products offered by Olde Town Group.

Olde Town Roofing, the roofing division of Olde Town Group has completed hundreds of high-profile projects in the MidWest. They can install seamless gutters and other roofing systems for a robust building protection.

Olde Town Group are experts in executing professional contracts with top products and services. They are well-versed with the city rules and have experience working on large projects with multiple subcontractors. Staff specialists can assist with any insurance claims processing, interior designing, financing, or any other related services.

Call the Contracting Pros at Olde Town Group at 563-723-9940 or 309-738-5550 for all your projects.

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