These documents set out the terms and conditions of business where you are providing gardening or landscaping services. This pack includes the following documents:
- B2B T&Cs for a Gardener or Landscaper
- B2C T&Cs for a Gardener or Landscaper
- B2C T&Cs for a Gardener or Landscaper(doorstep selling)
- Agreement to Start Work During Cancellation Period (doorstep selling)
These documents set out the business details of providing gardening or landscaping services to a client and take account the unique requirements of the gardening and landscaping trades including:
- approvals and permissions
- location of underground pipes
- services and utilities
- after-care (of trees, plants and shrubs)
- salvage of existing plants.
The B2C version is for use when providing gardening services to a private or domestic client. The B2B version is for use when providing gardening or landscaping services to a business.
We provide and two versions for B2C gardening jobs: one for doorstep selling and one for other selling situations. The doorstep selling version includes an appropriate cancellation notice as well as a separate document to use when obtaining the client's consent to provide goods and/or services before the end of the cancellation period.
An optional Proposal document is also included in all 3 versions so that you can give your client written details of their job along with your standard terms and conditions. All versions include guidance notes on how to customise and use the template.
It's important that you bring your terms and conditions to the attention of your client before they make an agreement with you. A common method is to print the terms and conditions on the reverse of the proposal supplied to the client. If you do print your terms on the back then you should consider inserting a reference on the front page to your terms and conditions on the reverse.
These Gardener or Landscaper Terms and Conditions documents are suitable for use in England and Wales or Scotland. They include the following clauses:
- service, products and delivery
- customer obligations
- supplier obligations
- price and payment
- intellectual property rights
- property and risk
- warranties and liabilities.