Snow plowing contracts typically contain important information such as accurate descriptions of the work involved, locations designated for plowing, liability of both parties and a description of work not included in the contract. The contract should note any property damage evident prior to service. Snow plowing contracts also detail how clients pay for services, such as per push, per inch or seasonally.Continue Reading
Snow plowing contracts must provide accurate descriptions of how and under what type of conditions the contractor agrees to perform the work. It's crucial to choose the best descriptive phrases for contracts. For example, the term "snow and ice management" is preferable to "snow removal" if the contractor only provides plowing and ice-melting services. The term "snow removal" implies hauling snow away from the property to another location, and including this language in the contract creates a legal expectation to completely remove the snow. The contract should specify how the contractor agrees to conduct work during large snow events, and it should state the pay rate for plowing during blizzards and heavy snow storms.
The contract must include all locations where the contractor agrees to plow the snow, including parking lots, driveways and sidewalks. Additionally, the contract can detail the amount of snow the contractor agrees to plow. Liability clauses define which party is liable for mishaps that occur in plowed areas, and snow management contractors should avoid blanket indemnification.Learn more about Business Communications