Bathroom Makeover Exclusions
Bathroom maximum size of 60 square feet (10’ x 6’)
Removal of existing mud job wall or floor tile.
Any repairs to existing framing or subfloor due to sub standard lumber or deterioration from rot, etc.
Removal of existing windows. Special price includes installing a tub / shower fiberglass unit. Custom tile or solid surface shower surrounds installed as an additional price.
Typical exclusions and notes etc:
Note: Customer is responsible for removing all personal items from the work area prior to the start of any work.
Note: No additional work of any kind will be done unless specified in this “Scope of Work” or by signed agreement in the form of Addendums or Change Order Forms.
Note: Any surveys are the responsibility of the owner and will not be tied to any portion of the contract or payment schedules.
Note: The puttying of nail holes is the responsibility of the painter.
Note: The “Scope of Work” takes precedence over any other documents including, but not limited to, any architectural drawings and or/ floor plans.
Note: The contractor shall not be liable for any delay or non-performance caused by an act of God, strike, inclement weather, unavailability of materials or any other contingency beyond its control.
Note: The contractor shall not be liable for the testing and/or abatement of hazardous materials including, but not limited to, asbestos, lead, mold, etc.
1) No survey work of any type has been included in this contact. You may need to provide an A2 rated survey less than 10 years old, to be used for Building Permit
application on Design Related Construction. You may also need to provide a B100 Septic System survey or documentation for a recently installed, code compliant, septic
installation. Any surveys or variances required for securing Building Permits, securing Health Department approval, issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy, or any other
regulatory requirements will be the sole responsibility of the owner and will not be tied to any portion of the Design Contract, Construction Contract, or associated payment schedules. Delays in securing any Certificate of Occupancy as a direct or indirect result
of an owners responsibility will not affect the requirements of the contact or associated payment schedules.
2) Final payment becomes due and payable upon substantial completion of the contracted work.
3) This proposal assumes that the existing Heating System, Domestic Hot Water System, Septic System and/or Sewer System, Gas Distribution System, Electrical System, or other Utility Systems are adequate to support the requested modifications. No changes have
been made to these systems unless otherwise noted in the Design Contracts, Construction Contracts, or the Scope of Work.
4) If needed for this project, the customer agrees to provide the following items: Surface mounted light fixtures, appliances, ceramic tile, slab materials, carpet, hardwood floors or any other floor coverings, sinks, tubs, toilets, towel and paper holders, vanities,
appliances, cabinets, countertops, shower doors, faucets, diverters, and showerheads. These items have not been included and are the responsibility of the Owner. If not
specifically listed in the “Scope of Work” it is the owners responsibility to supply the product and/or labor to install.
5) The testing and abatement for hazardous materials including, but not limited to, asbestos, lead, mold, etc., is not included in this proposal and is the responsibility of the homeowner.
Re- insulate the ceiling as necessary to meet current building codes should be included in the price seeing that we are taking out permits.
Upgrades of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors will be required by building officials. This should be noted and explained to the customer, but not included in the cost, because every home will be different based on the number of bedrooms and how many floors are in the house. This must be addressed before any contract is signed.