Renovation and building prices are subject to change due to unforeseen renovation or building factors.
Quoted prices are only valid for 30 days due to changes in material and labour cost.
Details any conditions found in the quote, contact and/or invoice that is unique or outside of the contractor's trades.
Workmanship by H.M.I is guaranteed to be aesthetically and structurally sound. If there is a difference in opinion of the aesthetics in the workmanship or if a structural problem is found that was installed by H.M.I., repairs to the project will be made free of charge.
The bold, italic print used in the material list is noting brand names of material. Any other brand of material supplied (usually by the customer) that is not noted on the “material list” will void the contract and remove the workmanship guarantee. If there is a difference in opinion of the aesthetics in the workmanship or structural problem is found that was installed by H.M.I., repairs to will be made free of charge. The bold, italic print used in the material list is noting brand names of material. Any other brand of material supplied (usually by the customer) that is noted on the material list will void the contract and remove the workmanship guarantee.
Full payment of an invoice is expected upon completion of the project. If the invoice total cannot be payed in full upon completion, the customer is given 30 days to pay it off. If the customer cannot pay the invoice total within 30 of receiving the invoice, an interest penalty of 3% will be applied to the amount owing every 30 days of unreceived payment from the date on the invoice until the invoice is paid in full. Once the invoice is paid in full, It will be signed by the receiver (i.e. Trent Brodyk) of the final payment.
Down payment receipts will be given within 48 hours of receiving the down payment. They will be presented in the form of the quote and/or invoice document form from the HMI desktop. It will be signed by the receiver of payment (i.e. Trent Brodyk) and will come with a “balance owing” (the remainder of the contract) including material and labour, minus the down payment and dated. A down payment request is usually made when the cost of the material exceeds $500.00. In most cases, the full cost of the material is requested in the down payment. This number can be found under the material list heading in “Total Cost Of Material” in this form. In some cases, the full cost of the material plus 25% to 30% of the labor will be requested in the down payment depending on the size and duration of the project.
HMI documents labeled “invoice”, containing a tax regulation number and an invoice number in computer print or hand written form, can be used as a legitimate receipt for tax or other government purposes.
Any material supplied by HMI will remain property of HMI until the invoice is paid in full. If material is delivered by HMI within the city or town the project is in, there will be no delivery charge. This charge is then deducted from the quote. Refunds on material are negotiable usually based on a return. Any out-of-town pick-ups made by HMI will be accompanied by a delivery fee
depending on the amount of kilometers driven.
Any changes that are made to a project (that has already been started) by the customer or General Contractor in which a quote was derived from a preplanned, blue print
or drawn idea that is not included in said plans, "cost-plus" charges can be added to
Any hauling or removal of garbage in large quantities from the job site property will be accompanied by a hauling fee.
Prices listed under the “Cost” heading that have the word “MIN.” to the left of them are
minimum charges. This means that there is not enough square feet (s.f.) or linear feet (l.f.) for the labour or material cost to be generated from the quantity of the labor or material. Controversially, prices under the “Cost” heading that have the word “Max.” to the left of them are maximum charges. These prices cannot be raised. They usually go down in cost. This is because the labour and/or material cost is being estimated at the highest cost and/or highest quantity of work with all of the variables being taken into consideration which can affect the price of the cost under that heading that can possibly occur for that section of the labour and/or material. Prices, descriptions or quantities that have the word “Variable” beside them (usually on the left), are being described as a part of the quote that may not be necessary. This means that the charge that is in the same row as the word “Variable” may not appear on the invoice. Prices listed under the “Cost” heading that have the phrase “STNRD CHRG” to the left of them are “Standard Charges”. This means that the charge is a non negotiable charge and will remain the same cost no matter the situation that the job is placed in. signifier “R & R” found under the “Description” heading stands for “Remove And Replace”. When the word "Optional" is found to the left of a cost number, it indicates that that charge does not need to be applied to the invoice.