Here, in "Contract for Home Services" R.B.dissects this historical contract format into 10 crucial Lessons which cumulatively flow into about 80 motivational points for thought and incorporation as needed. Can result in savings of several thousand to several million dollars. This occurs as you grasp and tactfully apply the strategies offered. This is a self-help e-book with live HGRBS support
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This ultra-contemporary manual “Contract for Home Services” was originally created from an audio message by R.B. Roberts (national spokesman) explaining the terms of the actual home improvement contract outline formulated under the auspices of HGRBS. The design of the contract speaks especially to your personal project business requirements as a homeowner or homerenter in America.
Traditionally, contract forms dubbed “home improvement” weren’t specifically scribed to represent the special needs of the private home sector of the U.S. Instead, they have proven over and again to be regular business contracts lacking serious supportive undercurrents for your basic expectations and demands on a more endearing basis.
Before the “Contract for Home Services,” countless private families didn’t know very much about their own latitude to control their special home projects. The contracts hardly were that personal. You got lost in the business sauce of things. Only formality. Briefly, they failed to synonymously cheer you on to incorporate modern leveraged technique to achieve remarkably high plateaus of home improvement satisfaction from the agreement.
No doubt, there have been subtle rumblings for replicating/adopting this type format, already. It’s the sign of the times. HGRBS is only the first to bring it to fruition, publicly.
In spite of the fact that there having been positive developments in recent times towards safeguarding of the rights and privileges of homeowners(especially during the past 20 years or so), notwithstanding the right to cancel a home project within 3 business days, yet being penalized for cancelling the contract afterward, the contract forms were noticeably distant from other major project concerns of residents.
Such concerns, as were ignored in association with contractors included but were not limited to:
1. Protecting residents from liabilities for …….
· Unauthorized expenses
· Injuries, incapacitation, and/or deaths of uninsured, under-insured, or otherwise illegal laborers and subcontractors
2. Ensuring, in writing, that contractors conduct themselves within the project expectations of residents which include but are not limited to……
· No Smoking (anything)
· Reasonable property tidiness on a daily basis and at the end of each project
· Avoidance of making unauthorized purchases or service solicitations
· Proactively researching and reporting to residents any permit requirements prior to commencing any projects for them
· Better emphasis on beginning and completing projects on schedule
· Using the requisition systems offered by residents for goods, services, etc
· Agreeing to honor four types of home maintenance and improvement warranty needs for facilitating the comforts and conveniences of residents
· Meeting other residential expectations
Where traditional "home improvement" contracts have failed, this one succeeds. This format is not only in tune with the present, but it is also a stark representation of what the most common contract content requirements will be for many private homeowners and homerenters of America by the year 2024. This is a futuristic document.
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Works by RB
"As a reminder, this study is seriously believed to be of a home improvement contract format (a prototype) we’re going to see more and more of, particularly, in the private home sector of America. I think, in Lesson IV, we really shared a pretty blessed and fruitful experience just breezing through all the positive options for being very clear about certain things."
"Yet, if it were okay to just leave it at that, then we would, but we’re talking about home. We’re talking about the best place to be in all the world. So we’ve got to go a bit deeper. There’s a need in your home improvement contract for more emphasis and further clarification. This is relative to the need for a more mutual and mutually beneficial understanding."