Carpet Layer Request for Extension of Time and Additional Compensation
Carpet layer subcontractors, general contractors and construction project managers can use the Carpet Layer Request for Extension of Time and Additional Compensation mobile app with a Smartphone or tablet to formally request an extension of time and additional compensation for carpet layer work.
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The app allows the carpet layer subcontractor to submit the request directly to the property owner, project manager and general contractor when the independent contractor has encountered delays with the scope of work that are no fault of their own and beyond their control. The original construction contract and carpet layer subcontractor agreement requires written notice of such delays be submitted to the prime contractor. Once the full impact of these delays are realized, the carpet layer subcontractor will submit a letter updating and finalizing the time extension request and payment. These delays may have a serious effect on the cost of carpet layer work and may require additional time along with additional costs for supervision, overtime, disruption, overhead, equipment rentals, and productivity losses for field labor.
All Apps in the GoCanvas App Store are available for free as part of your GoCanvas Subscription. The GoCanvas App store provides a large assortment of mobile apps specifically for carpet layer subcontractors. The app generates a PDF that is easy to share and store for subcontractor records. The GoCanvas App store also contains an extensive collection of mobile apps intended for the construction industry.
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