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    Re: service agreement

    [quote author=RMedbery link=topic=10953.msg145287#msg145287 date=1281351393]
    Im in the process of revamping my service agreement now. The main reason is to add all (most) of the stuff Ive been burnt on in the past.
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    Yep. The longer you are in business, the longer your contract is.

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    Re: service agreement

    [quote author=Powerhouse John link=topic=10953.msg145260#msg145260 date=1281309531]
    My brother is a fish fan. He hasn't had much to cheer about for a while, but like you, still a fan. :thumbsup:
    The only thing I have in my estimate / agreement is a limit on how long the price is good for. I think anyone that might be dissuaded by the disclamer can be honestly dealt with. I might bet bitten in the future by this kind of thinking but I hope overall it works to my advantage.
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    This estimate is dated July 24, 2010 and expires on August 33, 2010.

    We do very little residential, but our proposal would also scare the residential customer.
    Your form is a good start, list what you will not do. " We propose to clean the roof of the nasty moss, but will not clean the same nasty crap off of that siding."

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    Re: service agreement

    ok give it to me! how does it look now?

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    Re: service agreement

    you REALLY need to change your logo, it looks like a dirty old man

    The rest of it was messed up, not readable with things overlapping other things, but that may have been a computer thing

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    Re: service agreement

    lol @ the dirty old man. its something my wife made up im not sold on it realy but i was trying it on there. i couldnt see anything overlaping on my end
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    Re: service agreement

    did you click on your link to see the overlapping? If you didnt see it then it is probably just a computer thing on my end

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    Re: service agreement

    yeah i tryied it, it looked good on my end
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    Re: service agreement

    [quote author=pressurepros link=topic=10953.msg145261#msg145261 date=1281310313]
    This is my deck warranty/pre-job sheet
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    ken do you mind if i edit this for my co. and use it?
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