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This proposal form can be used for any type of construction project and it has fields for your license and expiration date.
Don't need to include a license number with your bids? Check out Styles #4, #5, and #6 for those who are not required to list their license number. Style #4 is equivalent to Style #1 except that it does *not* require that a contractor's license be included.
When using these forms your bids will have a professional touch that even a trusty old typewriter can't achieve! Your professionalism will shine and your customers will appreciate your attention to detail.
What's Included in the downloaded Proposal Form Style #2 Package
In this package you'll find both WORD and PDF versions of the forms and they all work on both Windows and Macintosh computers.
The list of documents:
- A proposal form in WORD format with provision for a contractor's license # and expiration date (a logo can be added and/or your company name and info)
- A proposal form in PDF with provision for a contractor's license # and expiration date (you can add your company name and info; if you want your logo in there I can make that happen for you) :)
- A document titled Instructions that I put together to help with any questions about the proposal forms (plus I'm always available to answer questions)
Both versions (WORD and PDF) have the following standard legalese text on them (which allows for charging interest):
"All material is guaranteed to be as specified. All work to be completed in a substantial workmanlike manner according to specifications submitted, per standard practices. Any alteration or deviation from above specifications involving extra costs will be executed only upon written orders, and will become an extra charge over and above the estimate. All agreements contingent upon strikes, accidents or delays beyond our control. Owner to carry fire, tornado and other necessary insurance. Our workers are fully covered by Workmen’s Compensation Insurance. Accounts overdue beyond 30 days of billing will be charged at an interest rate of ___% per annum. Customer is also liable for an additional ___% of unpaid balance plus incidental collections costs, including attorney fees. If either party commences legal action to enforce its rights pursuant to this agreement, the prevailing party in said legal action shall be entitled to recover its reasonable attorney’s fees and costs of litigation relating to said legal action, as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction."
Full-Size Previews of the Proposal Forms
The PDF preview of the proposal form is a full-size 8 1/2 x 11 preview. This is to help show you what the actual form looks like, rather than trying to figure it out by looking at one of those smaller images.Construction Proposal Form aka Construction Bid Form aka Construction Estimate Form - Style #2 - Preview
The Various Styles Of The Proposal Forms (Styles #1 thru #3)
If you are required to show your license and expiration date on your proposal form then you'll need either the form available on this page (Style #2) or you'll need the Style #1 or Style #3 form (it depends on your legalese preference).
- Style #1 has basic legalese text
- Style #2 (available on this page) has legalese verbiage that allows for interest
- Style #3 has a blank field for your own legalese verbiage
No matter what you need, the terms a little further up
, or terms with the ability to charge interest
, or a blank field to enter your own terms
- you're covered.
If you do *NOT* have to include a license number with your bids then please check out Styles #4
, and #6
. Style #5
is equivalent to this Style #2 but without provision for license.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
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