Windows and Doors Notice of Late or Defective Owner-Furnished Equipment or Materials
General contractors, construction project managers and windows and doors subcontractors can use the Windows and Doors Notice of Late or Defective Owner-Furnished Equipment or Materials mobile app with a Smartphone or tablet to complete a notice to a property owner of late or defective equipment or materials when the windows and doors subcontractor experiences serious complications with the delivery of materials and equipment necessary to complete windows and doors specific work, resulting in additional costs and construction contract completion delays for the
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general contractor or independent subcontractor.
The windows and doors subcontractor should use the app to assure the property owner, owner representative, primary contractor and the construction project manager that the windows and doors subcontractor has done everything possible to limit additional costs and the minimize construction contract time extensions impacting the construction project due to material supplier issues. This subcontractor notice is for property owner-furnished equipment and materials but can easily be modified for general material suppliers. The app can also be used as a preliminary notice to property owner for subcontractor liability and changes to the construction agreement as well as a notice of commencement of windows and doors work.
The Windows and Doors Notice of Late or Defective Owner-Furnished Equipment or Materials mobile app was developed for independent subcontractors and contractors. The app generates a PDF that can be shared and stored effortlessly for your construction records The GoCanvas App store offers a large assortment of mobile apps for the construction industry. These apps are available for free with a GoCanvas Subscription.
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