If you are a maid or an independent janitor, you can use a cleaning contract to manage your clients and keep your accountable documents. The offer of a properly drafted legal document guarantees your potential client your professional qualifications and ensures that you are legally protected in the event of a dispute over payment. When creating a cleaning service contract, there are some things you need to keep in mind. Here are some tips for developing a legally valid document that preserves the interests of both parties; Describe the areas that need to be cleaned and what the cleaning company should do. Be specific. You can divide this z.B section into sub-parts covering what needs to be done daily, weekly and monthly. Independent concierges and concierges can use a cleaning contract to help them create new customers and, in particular, only provide services written in the agreement. If the customer has to cancel a scheduled clean-up date, a 24-hour notification is required. The notification must be made by telephone and confirmed in writing.
If the customer no longer even provides a notification of at least 24 hours (24), the customer must pay a % of the cost for the cancelled cleaning. The contractor provides cleaning services in accordance with the terms of the contract. Service schedule. The cleaning services defined in this agreement are carried out in accordance with Schedule B (“service plan”). A cleaning contract should be as detailed as possible. If something is omitted, it can be difficult to prove an argument. All oral agreements must be recalled in writing. If additional service is required, a new service contract may be required. A cleaning contract generally contains the provision that, in the event of an amendment, both parties must give their written consent. Explain the dispute resolution process and how a party can terminate the contract.
They could, for example, include a provision requiring each party to notify the other party, by a two-week termination, of the intention to terminate the contract prematurely.