who signs a construction contractor form has a chance to negotiate terms of that
agreement. Relatively few private jobs are done on a take-it-or-leave-it basis on
printed construction contract forms offered by the owner. Most residential, commercial
and industrial contracts are negotiated between the property owner and the contractor.
Many contractors offer to prepare the contract simply because the property owner
can't or doesn't want to try. On most jobs, the construction contractor starts contract
negotiations simply by submitting a written bid. Attaching one of your Pennsylvania
construction contract forms to that bid makes it easy for your client to say "Yes."
Of course, not every client will be eager to do business on one of your contractor
forms. Some will offer their own contract. Others will object to specific terms
in the agreement you offer. What then? No problem. That's the way it's supposed
to be – negotiation. The better you and your clients understand the Pennsylvania
construction forms you offer, the less likely any surprises and disputes.
But no matter what objection a client may have to the contract you offer, it's always
better to do business on a contractor form you've developed. Don't get caught doing
business on a defective construction contract form.
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