Time and Materials Proposal Example
This Time & Material Proposal example covers all aspects of a job, including job description (work that will be done, as well as what will not be done), payment schedules and includes both customer and contractor signatures.
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The Time & Materials Proposal example makes it easy for construction contract workers to be paid not only for the hours worked, but also for the indirect costs related to building materials and equipment used by contractor teams.
Use this Time and Materials Proposal example for jobs that are open ended, versus those that are set up with a fixed-price contract that promises a flat rate payment.
Are you looking for an easy way to generate time and materials proposals to cover overhead costs of project work while out in the field? Instead of relying on a computer or filling out a work request proposal by hand, this app makes it easy to create new building materials and hours worked proposals using a smartphone or tablet. Whether you are performing direct labor at a residential site, or manage cost or pricing data for commercial services, it's important to make sure that you'll be paid for your time and materials. When you aren't working within the confines of a fixed-price contract, choosing a time and materials contracts and construction proposal template is a smart way to protect yourself. Use the proposal to calculate the cost of materials used, including raw materials like wood and concrete, and other building materials. The app also calculates the cost for employee time using the labor rate.
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