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2020 Roofing Contractor Subcontracting Forms

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Roofing Contractors should have the right forms to take on any type of roofing job that comes their way... provided they have the resources to complete the work.  There might be jobs when you will not have a contract with the property owner or their agent directly, but rather your contract will be between you and another contractor. In that case, you need a Roofing Subcontract Agreement since you will be acting as a subcontractor.  In many cases, there will be some parts of your work on a contract that you will want, or need, to have a specialist subcontractor complete for you. 

For example... A General Contractor wants your roofing company to do the roofing portion of the contract the General has with a property owner to remodel their home... in this case the agreement between your roofing company and the General Contractor will be a Subcontract Agreement where your roofing company will be a subcontractor on the General Contractors Remodeling Project.

And... If you enter into a roofing contract for a complete removal and re-roof, you might need the services of a contractor who specializes in roof removal or "Tear-Offs"... In this case the agreement between your roofing company and the "Tear-Off" contractor is also a Subcontract Agreement... but  different from the Subcontract Agreement between You and the General Contractor mentioned above. 

Also consider that situation where you might use a single "Tear-Off", or other subcontractor, on many jobs and, instead of writing a separate subcontract agreement for each job... you prefer one "blanket" subcontract agreement. This "blanket" subcontract will detail the basic expectations you have of this subcontractor and the subcontractors basic responsibilities to you. When a Tear-Off job comes along... you can just give this Tear-Off subcontractor a scope of work and the price for the work on that particular project. That way you will not need to give your subcontractor a separate, lengthy agreement, with all the terms and conditions, every time you want to use this subcontractor's services on a different project.  This is still a third type of subcontract.

And don't forgot those subcontractor management forms you will want to have on hand just in case you need to get "tough" with your subcontractors when they are not performing the way they agreed.

The forms below are included in the full version of ACT Contractors Forms Software and also as fillable pdf forms and most as printed multi-part paper forms. These forms cover all the different situations where different types of Subcontract Agreements are needed.


ACT CONTRACTORS FORMS OFFERS THE FOLLOWING 7 ROOFING CONTRACTOR SUBCONTRACTS AND SUBCONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT FORMS The forms below are included in the full version of ACT Contractors Forms Software and most are also available as fillable pdf forms and as printed multi-part paper forms.

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  • BC1- Back Charge Notice for Roofing Subcontractors who Fail to Fulfill their Contract Obligations and Are Being Charged Back for Expenses They Cost You Because of This.
  • ICA2- "Blanket" Independent Subcontract Agreement for 1099 Roofing Related Subcontractors. 
  • NTP- Notice To Perform to Inform a Roofing Subcontractor that they are not Performing their Contract Obligations as Agreed
  • RSC- Roofing Subcontract Agreement from the Roofing Contractor for Approval by a Prime Contractor to cover a portion of the Prime Contractors Larger Construction Contract.
  • SC1- Subcontract Agreement Created by the Roofing Contractor for Approval by a Subcontractor who will be doing a portion of the work on the Roofing Contractor's Project. 
  • SC2- Subcontract Agreement with the addition of a provision for Insurance Indemnification Required by most Commercial Liability Insurance Companies... If your Commercial Liability Insurance Policy requires this indemnification, and your subcontracts do not include this, the Insurance company can use this omission to deny an otherwise valid claim

ROOFING CONTRACTOR SUBCONTRACTING AND SUBCONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT FORMS

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