Describe the services you offer. If you mow, cut, dispose of herbs and garden waste, write it in the contract. If there is an exclusion, do so clearly as well. For example, if the owner keeps dogs in the yard, let them know if picking up feces is your responsibility or not. If you offer services such as the removal of dog waste for an additional fee, the contract must clearly state the amount of the fee. Include the basics. Make sure the contract includes a space for your company name, your name, the customer`s name and address, and the date. Make sure your business license and bond information are clearly displayed on the contract. Specify the date on which the service should begin and how often you will be working on the lawn. If you do not always finish the work, make it clear in the contract who can work on the lawn. No, in most cases.
If the landscaper is required to perform basic landscaping work on a residential basis, no license is required. However, if the landscaper is required to provide specialized services such as design work, tree transportation, pesticide spraying, or other commercial work, they may need a license, depending on state or county laws. A landscaper is a person who is hired for a fee as a caretaker of a lawn or garden. The main goal is to provide an aesthetic appearance that suits the landscape and the environment. A landscaper must work where and when, as defined by his client`s schedule. Talk about money. Your contract should state how much the customer pays per service and what happens if they don`t pay. For example, the contract may read as follows: “The customer must pay for the services as close as possible to the last day of each month. If, after a grace period of seven days, payment has not been received, the lawn service will be discontinued until the customer has paid all amounts due. Make arrangements for what happens if you don`t fulfill the end of your contract.
It may look like this: “If for any reason the contractor is unable to perform his duties, he will contact the owner of the property and arrange another time to work on the property at a 15% discounted price.” A lawn care contract allows a client to enter into an agreement with a landscaper for commercial or private services for a fee. The landscaper usually offers lawn mowing, blanket, mowing and other maintenance requests from the client. Services are usually scheduled, especially for business customers, with the customer paying a recurring weekly or monthly amount. This Landscaping Services Agreement (the “Agreement”) sets fore the terms and conditions governing the contractual agreement between [LANDSCAPING COMPANY] with its principal place of business at [ADDRESS] (the “Landscape Gardener”) and [THE CLIENT] (the “Customer”) who agrees to be bound by this Agreement. . . .