Sample Electrical Contract

Sample Electrical Contract from DtiCorp.com

By: DtiCorp.com  10/31/2016
Keywords: Hvac

Specifications: • Install all electrical components, as per drawings, specifications and to the requirements of local building codes, and electrical codes. • All material to be C.S.A. approved. • Supply own tools and equipment necessary to complete all work. • Arrange necessary inspections. • Layout locations of receptacles, switches, light fixtures, appliances and special circuits on site with owner. • Arrange and co-ordinate delivery of all materials. • Supply heat loss if installing heating system, to owner. • Arrange for service layout and connect service with local utility. • Obtain and pay for required permits. Supply Install Inspected ______ ______ _____ service panel and circuit breakers, __________________ ______ ______ _____ Meter base. ______ ______ _____ Receptacle, switch and lighting boxes, interior and exterior. ______ ______ _____ All wiring. ______ ______ _____ Ground fault service. ______ ______ _____ Baseboard heaters and thermostats. ______ ______ _____ Furnace and thermostats, furnace type; ______ ______ _____ Air conditioner. ______ ______ _____ Smoke alarms. ______ ______ _____ Driveway lighting including all components such as light posts. ______ ______ _____ Vapor pans around all boxes. ______ ______ _____ Bathroom fans and venting. ______ ______ _____ Range hood. ______ ______ _____ Door bell. ______ ______ _____ Range outlet. ______ ______ _____ Refrigerator and freezer outlets. ______ ______ _____ Dryer outlet ______ ______ _____ Vacuum system outlet ______ ______ _____ Garage door opener outlet. ______ ______ _____ Potlights both interior and exterior. ______ ______ _____ Whirlpool circuits. ______ ______ _____ Cooktop and wall oven circuits. ______ ______ _____ Dishwasher circuit. ______ ______ _____ Garbarator circuit. ______ ______ _____ Microwave oven circuit. ______ ______ _____ Well pump circuit. ______ ______ _____ Sewage and/or greywater pump circuit. ______ ______ _____ Sump pump circuit. ______ ______ _____ Fireplace blower circuit. ______ ______ _____ Hot water heating circuit. ______ ______ _____ Exterior motion sensors. ______ ______ _____ All switches and receptacles. ______ ______ _____ All cover plates. ______ ______ _____ Light fixtures. ______ ______ _____ Closet lights. ______ ______ _____ Temporary power for all trades. ______ ______ _____ Service trench. ______ ______ _____ Backfill for trenching. ______ ______ _____ Heat recovery ventilator, type and size; _________________________ ______ ______ _____ Bathroom and kitchen fans. Connect Install Inspected. ______ ______ ______ Cooktop and wall oven. ______ ______ ______ Dishwasher. ______ ______ ______ Garbarator. ______ ______ ______ Whirlpool. ______ ______ ______ Well pump. ______ ______ ______ Sewage and/or greywater pumps. ______ ______ ______ Sump pump. ______ ______ ______ Fireplace blowers ______ ______ ______ Hot water heaters. ______ ______ ______ Heat recovery ventilator ______ ______ ______ Bathroom and kitchen fans. Describe number and location of the following items: 3 way switches_____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4 way switches______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Ground fault recepticals_____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Exterior motion sensors_______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Lighting fixture allowance $_______________________________.______ Extra Charges if any $______________.____ for _____________________________________ $______________.____ for _____________________________________ $______________.____ for _____________________________________ Sub total: $____________________._____ G.S.T.: $____________________._____ P.S.T: $____________________._____ TOTAL: $____________________._____ Obligations of owner to contractor: Site preparation___________________________________________ Other___________________________________________________ Lead time required ________________________________________ Terms of payment: Hold back of 10% for 30 days upon completion ($___________.____) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Contractors on site time to be: Service and rough in:_______________________________________________ Connect and finish:_______________________________________________ This is a DtiCorp.com document

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