Homeowners Building Contract

This Homeowners Building Contract is designed for use where a UK residential occupier wishes to engage a tradesman to carry out minor works to a dwelling house or flat.

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Further Information

This Homeowners Building Contract is designed for use where a residential occupier (the Customer) wishes to engage a tradesman (the Contractor) to carry out minor works to the dwelling house or flat which the Customer occupies, or intends to occupy, as his residence. The contract can be used by either the Customer or the Contractor for sites in England, Wales or Scotland.

The contract is suitable for works up to the value of £50,000 and can be applied to extensions, minor alterations, conversions, maintenance and repair work.

It is advisable to have a written contract when embarking on home improvements as this will help avoid misunderstandings by providing a clear definition of what work is included, the cost and key project dates. As a homeowner, it is particularly important to have a written contract as this will provide protection from unscrupulous tradesmen. A homeowner should be wary of engaging a builder who is not willing to enter into a contract.

This document sets out the precise arrangements for the work and provides for a seven day cooling off period after signing.

Sample

You can view a sample online of a completed Homeowners Building Contract by following this link: View sample.

Features

This Homeowners Building Contract is suitable for use in England, Wales and Scotland. As well as comprehensive guidance notes it includes the following clauses:

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If you are actually are a builder then may wish to view Builder - Standard Terms & Conditions - standard T&Cs for a builder undertaking minor building works.

 
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