400 Series: Remodeling Contracts

401: Remodeling Contract

Use this contract for remodeling improvements and additions to existing homes - parties are the owner and the remodeler.
7 pages
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402: Remodeling Contract - Short Form

Use this contract for small-job remodeling improvements to existing homes - parties are the owner and the remodeler.
2 pages
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403: Cancellation Notice Form

Use this form to comply with the Federal Trade Commission Act and state home solicitation statutes governing certain remodeling contracts executed in the customer's home or through electronic means - provides mandated right to cancellation within three business days.
1 page
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404: Lead Paint - Notices and Construction Date Certification

Use this form for remodeling homes constructed before 1978 - provides Environmental Protection Agency required lead paint notices, and the owner's certification as to the date of construction.
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NAHB Electronic Contract Forms are crafted for use in residential construction projects, and have been vetted by experienced residential builders and remodelers.
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