While not as expected as the other provisions, the following optional tenets can also help flesh out your contract and further expand your coverage.
Insurance: List an insurance provider in case of personal injury or emergency, like an electrical fire, to avoid being held liable for all damages.
Performance guarantee: Provide a written promise from the service technician that guarantees customer satisfaction upon the work’s completion.
Specifications: Spell out explicit instructions to the HVAC company or contractor about the work to be done. This can include such items as additional required blueprints, assigning responsibilities for licensing and fees, and instructions on how to clear the job site.
Warranty: Many service providers give customers a one-year warranty during which time they will make repairs free if they are due to defective equipment, quality of work, or a failure to meet performance standards.