Last Updated: July 23, 2018

To Purchase the California Cleaning & Restoration Contract:

California is widely considered the most litigious state in the Union. Combine this with the risky nature of environmental work, and the emotionally-charged nature of emergency service, and you have a recipe for disaster for the unprepared. California contractors now have an opportunity to take charge of their projects with carefully-crafted contract forms.

What’s in the Package?

The package includes a comprehensive variety of forms in Word format, accompanied by a set of Instructions and Scripts. The documents are:

  • Work Authorization/Service Agreement
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Straightforward 2-Page Commercial Service Contract
  • Notice and Waiver of the Right to Cancel (CA) (buy separately)
  • Notice of Mechanic’s Lien Laws (CA) (buy separately)
  • Notice of Contractor’s State License Board Information (CA) (buy separately)
  • Mortgage Information Release
  • Mold Release
  • Tender of Assignment to Insurance Company: Letter placing insurance company on formal notice of the customer’s assignment of insurance proceeds (buy separately)
  • Refusal of Recommendations and Release of Liability
  • Refusal Confirmation Letter (buy separately)
  • Customer’s Certificate of Completion and Satisfaction (buy separately)
  • Contents Disposal Authorization (buy separately)
  • Change Order: For changes to price, scope, time of completion (buy separately)
  • Scripts for a smooth presentation of each form to the customer
  • Detailed Instruction Guide for the use and execution of each form
  • Helpful Handouts
  • Private 15-minute video or telephone conference with Ed Cross
  • …and all the free forms

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Best Value! The California Restoration Contract Package includes all of the items listed above (35 documents in all), a $3,600 value, all for only $895!

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