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This contract is entered into by and between YOUR COMPANY (YC) and CUSTOMER for purposes of this contract called “OWNER” whose address is: CUSTOMER ADDRESS. By this contract, ((YC) agrees to perform, and Owner agrees to pay for, the services hereafter set forth, such services to be performed on the grounds located at LOCATION.


I. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK

A. Grass/Turf Areas
1. Mowing. All turf areas including swales will be mowed a minimum of 36 times
a year, or as many additional times as may be required to keep grounds in an
acceptable mowed condition. Lawn areas to be mowed to a uniform height of 3.5 to
4.5 inches. Trimming of all areas will be done with each full mowing.
2. Edging. Edging of sidewalks, curbs, and parking areas will be done every other
mowing except during winter months and then with each cutting. Clean up with each
service.
3. Pest Control Turf Area. Pest control will be performed every two months with
call backs at no additional charge. This services includes pesticide and fungicide
applications. This service will be billed after each service is performed.
4. Grub Control. The Southern White Grub has become an enormenous problem in
our area and requires special measures. The first is an early season treatment in May
followed by a treatment in September. In the event that grubs are detected after
these treatments (and most likely they will be) (YC) will retreat at no charge.
(Note): These grubs have already begun to show a resistance to chemicals. The
manufacture has suggested an increase in the amount of chemical used. While at the
same time increasing the cost of the chemical by 110%. Currently this chemical
is the only effective control for the grubs. This service will be an additional charge
billed at the time of service.
5. Fertilization. (YC) will fertilize turf three (3) times per year with quality LESCO
fertilizer with 50% s.c.u. slow release fertilizer.
B. Ornamental Plants
1. Weed Control. Ground cover and shrub beds in lawn areas shall be sprayed at
least once per month and or more during the growing season. The use of a
pre-emergent for beds is desirable. Spraying will not be performed during periods
of high winds.
2. Shrubbery Pruning. All shrubs will be trimmed/ pruned to provide for best
growth and beauty. Pruning will be performed monthly during growing season
and as needed remainder of year.
3. Pruning Trees. (YC) will prune trees one time per year but only in accordance
with provisions of this paragraph. The purpose of the tree pruning is to remove
dead limbs, low limbs, crossing limbs, and in some species to contain
excessive growth. The other trees to be pruned is limited to those limbs
approximately 12 feet above the ground. In addition to the annual pruning, (YC) will
remove as needed occasional broken or dead tree branches and palm frons which
can be reached and as set forth in this paragraph. In the event a tree may exceed the
height of fifthteen feet BSI may choose to use a sub contractor at a slight charge to
the association.
. C. Parking Lots, Sidewalks, Etc.
1. Sidewalks. Sidewalks will be cleaned after each mowing.
2. Parking Lot. These areas covered in contract will be cleaned
as needed. This is limited to areas where service is performed.
3. Trash. Trash will be picked up prior to each service and deposited in Owner’s
dumpster.

II. General.
A. YC agrees, as an independent contractor to furnish such labor and or
materials, to perform work in a professional manner.
B. YC agrees to provide sufficient personnel and supervision to perform
the work described herein.
C. YC agrees to perform all work in such a way as to insure the safety of
life and property.

III. Services Not Included Under This Contract.
The following services are specifically excluded but are offered at an additional
charge.
A. Landscaping and design.
B. Plant replacement.
C. Major pruning resulting from high winds, hurricanes, or damage caused
by any person other than YC employees. YC will prune and or remove damage
to shrubbery and ornamental plants caused by freeze, but not damaged caused
to trees.
E. Tree removal.
F. Mulch where and if needed.

IV. Irrigation System.
Any damage caused to system other than damage caused by YC will be the
responsibility of the owner Irrigation heads should be set no higher than two inches
and even with protective rings. Damage found will be reported the day it occurs.

V. Provisions for Default and Cancellation.
A. Owner may cancel this contract for cause and in this manner. If YC fails to
perform satisfactorily the services described in this contract, then Owner shall
give YC written notice of deficiency at YC address indicated within this contract,
specifying which services have not been performed or have been performed
unsatisfactorily. If YC does not correct the deficiencies within (7) seven days, then
Owner shall give written notice of cancellation effective (23) twenty-three days
from receipt at YC office. If Owner cancels according to this paragraph then
Owner will be required to pay only for those services that were satisfactorily
rendered through the last service call actually made.
B. If Owner fails to make any payment when due (including a penalty payment)
and does not make such payment within (10) ten days after being notified by BSI
of the delinquency in the payment, Owner shall be in default under this contract.
YC may, at its option, cancel this contract by giving written notice of cancellation
to Owner for such default.
C. In the event of cancellation by YC for Owner’s failure to pay, as described
above, YC shall be entitled to recover from Owner compensation for the services
actually performed and, in addition, liquidated damages equal to 50% of the price
remaining to be paid to YC for the portion of the contract period remaining after
cancellation.
D. If Owner cancels or attempts to cancel this contract in a manner other than
described in paragraph A. of this part V. or for a reason other than unsatisfactory
performance by YC, then YC shall be entitled to recover from Owner
compensation for services actually performed and, in addition, liquidated damages
equal to 50% of the price remaining to be paid YC for the portion of the contract
period remaining after cancellation.
E. The failure of either party to exercise or enforce a remedy for any default by the
other party under this contract, shall not constitute a waiver of the party’s right to
exercise such remedy in the event of future default.
F. In the event that either party is required to retain an attorney, collection agent, or
institutes legal proceedings, then the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover all
costs and attorney’s fees, whether or not suit is brought and including appellate
proceedings.


VI. Term, Price, and Payment Terms.
A. The term of this contract is one year (with option for second year) beginning on
the date of acceptance, and ending one year from that date. The price for the services
described herein to be performed by YC for the entire term of this contract is:
$00,000.00. Payments shall be made in equal monthly installments of: $0,000.00
each. Statements will be rendered by YC to Owner by the 25th day of each month,
and are due in full by the fifth day of the following month. Failure of Owner to pay
any amount due shall cause Owner to incur and pay a penalty of 1.5% of the unpaid
sum for each month or portion of a month that the payment is delinquent until
payment, with penalty, is received by YC.
B. This contract price has been negotiated and agreed upon based on Owner’s
grounds as they exist on the contract date. In the event Owner adds additional turf
area, trees, plantings, walks, driveways, or paths that are suitable for edging or
other maintenance, YC shall not be responsible for the care or maintenance of
such additional improvements unless Owner and YC, by separate writing, agree
upon additional service to be rendered and the price for such service.
C. Other incidental work not provided for in this contract, will be provided at an
hourly rate of $37.00 per man hour. This work will be done upon written
authorization.







VII. Pest Control Term and Price.
A. Pest control on turf as per this agreement will be $00.00 per application for a
total cost of $0,000.00 per year.
B. Grub control as per this agreement will be $000.00 per application for a total cost
of $0,000.00 per year.

VII. Entire Contract.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, YC and owner have signed this contract.


YOUR COMPANY



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2004 Service Agreement
I. This agreement is entered into by and between (YOUR COMPANY NAME) whose address is
_, for the purpose of this agreement called the “Contractor”, and _, for purposes of this agreement called the “Client”, whose address is . By this agreement, (YOUR COMPANY NAME) agrees to perform, and the Client agrees to pay for, the services hereafter set forth, such services are to be performed on the grounds located at _.
Approximate square foot: ____
II. SERVICES: (Please place an [ X ] beside the services you want) (Services are described in more detail in our service guide) (Required Services) (Price per visit) X (# of visit) = (Annual Cost)
X Spring cleanup (Late March)
X Weekly maintenance of turf areas (Apr. 5th – early Nov.)
(Optional Services)
Bagging of clippings from turf areas
Weed control in cracks on paved areas
Weed control in mulched areas
Core aeration
Dethatching
Fertilizer program
Pre-emergent crabgrass control
Annual and Perennial broadleaf weed control
Winter broadleaf weed control
Seeding: type:
Shrub pruning
Tree pruning (up too 12 feet tall)
Irrigation system pre-season inspection
Irrigation system scheduling
Irrigation system winterization
Other:
Total yearly cost of selected services $
III. PAYMENT OPTIONS: (Payments are calculated by taking the total yearly cost and dividing by the number of months selected.)
Billed monthly as services are completed.
7 equal payments of $
9 equal payments of $
12 equal payments of $
(YOUR COMPANY NAME)
Terms & Conditions
SCOPE OF MAINTENANCE FOR TURF AREAS:
A.) Mowing of grass and turf areas will be completed one (1) time approximately every seven (7) days.
B.) String trimming around all buildings, landscape beds, trees, shrubs and flowers as needed determined by (YOUR COMPANY NAME).
C.) Edging of sidewalks, driveways and other hard surfaces at least one (1) time a month.
D.) Sidewalks, driveways, curbs and hard surfaces will be blown off as needed determined by (YOUR COMPANY NAME).
E.) Mowing height will be the decision of (YOUR COMPANY NAME) and will be based on current and future weather conditions.
F.) Turf around sprinkler heads will be trimmed or treated with a non-selective herbicide so it does not interfere water output.
G.) (YOUR COMPANY NAME) will not be responsible for any damage to any trees, flowers or shrubs that do not have at least a 2-foot diameter mulched area around them.
H.) Turf around objects that may be damaged by string trimmers will be treated with a non-selective herbicide.
I.) (YOUR COMPANY NAME) is not liable for damage to any objects hidden by grass (hoses, wires, children’s toys, ect...).
APROXIMATE SERVICE DATES:
A.) Spring cleanup: Performed around the middle of March too remove dead grass and debris from winter.
B.) Weekly maintenance: Between early April and early November.
If the number of visits provided during the season ends up different than the quantity specified in the services section II then adjustments will be made too your last invoice(s) of the season.

SKIPPED/MISSED MOWINGS: The decision to skip a weeks mowing is completely up too (YOUR COMPANY NAME).
A.) To determine if a lawn needs skipped, the Contractor will determine if 50% or more of the turf areas need mowing.
B.) If under 50% needs mowing then the lawn will be skipped unless instructed otherwise.
C.) If over 50% of the lawn need mowing, then the Contractor will mow the entire property and the Client will be charged for a full visit.
D.) If the Client elects to skip a scheduled mowing for any reason, the Client will be billed for a full visit that week even though no services were performed. Should the contractor be unable to access any portion of the landscape, the contractor will skip maintenance on that portion of the landscape and the Client will be charged for a full visit.
TERMS, PRICE AND PAYMENT TERMS:
A.) Statements will be rendered by (YOUR COMPANY NAME) to the Client by the 5th day of each month, and are due in full by the 15th day of that month. (YOUR COMPANY NAME) reserves the right to suspend service when payments become more than 10 days past due. The Contractor reserves the right to require a deposit before service is resumed.
B.) This agreement price has been negotiated and agreed upon based on the Clients grounds, as they exist on the agreement date. In the event the Client adds additional turf area, trees, plantings, walks, driveways or paths that are suitable for mowing or other maintenance, then (YOUR COMPANY NAME) shall not be responsible for the care or maintenance of additional improvements without a change order.
C.) A service charge of $25 will be assessed for any returned check.
D.) The Contractor shall not be responsible for damages to the landscape due to natural disasters including, but not limited to, hurricanes, tornados, thunderstorms, flooding, drought, freezes, etc…, or damage caused by any person other than the Contractor’s employees.
E.) This agreement does not include plant replacement, tree removal or mulch where and if needed.
PROVISIONS FOR DEFAULT AND CANCELATION:
A.) The Client reserves the right to give Fifteen (15) days written notice to the Contractor of their intention to terminate this agreement and the reason they wish to terminate service. Cancellation will be effective Fifteen (15) days from receipt of the notice. If the Client cancels according to this paragraph then the Client will be only required to pay for those services that have already been performed.
B.) If the Client attempts to cancel this agreement in a manner other than described in paragraph A, then (YOUR COMPANY NAME) shall be entitled to recover compensation for services actually performed and liquidated damages equal to 25% of the price remaining to be paid to (YOUR COMPANY NAME) for the portion of the agreement period remaining after cancellation.
C.) (YOUR COMPANY NAME)’s option to terminate will be immediate and communicated in writing. Compensation for services already performed will become due immediately.
D.) If (YOUR COMPANY NAME) is required to retain an attorney, collection agent, or institutes legal proceedings, then the Contractor shall be entitled to recover all costs and attorney’s fees, whether or not suit is brought and including appellate proceedings.
ADDITIONAL WORK AND CHANGE ORDERS: Any additional work ordered by the Client outside the scope of this agreement shall be set forth in a signed change order, and the agreed price shall become due and payable as agreed upon between the Contractor and the Client. The Contractor, his employees, subcontractors and agents are unauthorized to perform any additional work or to enter into any agreement to perform additional work unless agreed to in writing by the Client and (YOUR COMPANY NAME) management through a properly executed change order.
SUB-CONTRACTORS: The Contractor may at its discretion engage sub-contractors to perform services. The Contractor shall fully pay said sub-contractor and in all instances remains responsible for the proper completion of this agreement.
CONTRACTORS LIABILITY: The commencement and completion dates are approximate only and are subject at all times to the effect of the weather, floods, emergencies, strikes, labor shortages, acts of God, and any other conditions beyond the Contractors direct control. Such events do not constitute abandonment and are not included in calculating periods for payment or performance.
FALL LEAF COVERAGE: Leaf removal is not included in this agreement and if requested it can be performed for an additional charge. Beginning September 27, 2004 if the lawn need mowing the Client will be charged for any blowing of leaves that may be necessary in order for us to mow your lawn. This will only apply to substantial leaf coverage that prevents us from mowing.
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*********** Lawn Care & Landscaping, LLC
Street
Town/City, State , Zip
Phone



Date



Attn: Client Name
PROPOSAL FOR SERVICES
Property Address
Company
Street Address
Town/City, State, ZIP



Dear Mr. Client Name,

Thank you for this opportunity to provide you with our services. ******* Lawn Care & Landscaping, LLC proposes to install boxwood hedges and cedar mulch in approximately 70 linear feet of existing landscape beds adjacent to the southwestern portion of the building at ******** Turnpike in ********, Connecticut. Existing plantings in the western bed (front of building) will be relocated on the property in locations to be determined by you. A detailed scope of services and associated costs are provided below.

Scope of Services

********** Lawn Care & Landscaping, LLC proposes to provide all labor, tools and materials necessary to perform the following services:

1. Remove existing plantings from the landscaped area in front of the building, including ornamental grasses and white pine trees.
2. Plant the removed plantings elsewhere on the property, at locations to be determined through consultation with the customer.
3. Weed and prepare the soil in the areas to be planted.
4. Install 2-gallon sized Buxus Microphylla (Green Mountain Boxwood) plants at approximately 18-inch intervals in the beds.
5. Cover the exposed soil in the beds with approximately 2 inches of premium cedar mulch.
6. Water the planted areas upon completion of the installation, using a water supply provided by the customer.

******* Lawn Care & Landscaping, LLC warranties that the plants to be installed will be healthy and of the size specified at the time of installation. Watering and care of the installed plants and their survival becomes the customer’s responsibility upon completion of the installation. ********Lawn Care & Landscaping, LLC can provide plant warranties and ongoing watering and maintenance of the plants at an additional cost.

Costs

The costs associated with completion of the scope of work described above will be billed on a lump-sum basis and are as follows:

Up to 50 two-gallon size Green Mountain Boxwood plants $00
Up to 2 cubic yards of premium cedar mulch $.00
Installation Labor $.00

Total $.00

Terms & Conditions

The costs associated with completion of the scope of services are valid for a period of 30 days.

Completion of this project at the prices given above is contingent upon plant availability from the distributor at prices quoted verbally to ***** Lawn Care & Landscaping on September 9, 2002. Any increase in price by the distributor will be passed on to the client, upon prior approval by the customer.

The materials and services to be provided are subject to a 6% Connecticut Sales and Use Tax that is not included in the above fees.

An invoice for the balance of the service fee will be prepared upon completion of the project and is due upon receipt, with a late fee of 1.5% per month due on balances unpaid after 10 days.

Acceptance

If you find this agreement acceptable, please sign below and return one copy, along with an advance of $___
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This contract is entered into by and between YOUR COMPANY (YC) and CUSTOMER for purposes of this contract called “OWNER” whose address is: CUSTOMER ADDRESS. By this contract, ((YC) agrees to perform, and Owner agrees to pay for, the services hereafter set forth, such services to be performed on the grounds located at LOCATION.


I. DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORK

A. Grass/Turf Areas
1. Mowing. All turf areas including swales will be mowed a minimum of 36 times
a year, or as many additional times as may be required to keep grounds in an
acceptable mowed condition. Lawn areas to be mowed to a uniform height of 3.5 to
4.5 inches. Trimming of all areas will be done with each full mowing.
2. Edging. Edging of sidewalks, curbs, and parking areas will be done every other
mowing except during winter months and then with each cutting. Clean up with each
service.
3. Pest Control Turf Area. Pest control will be performed every two months with
call backs at no additional charge. This services includes pesticide and fungicide
applications. This service will be billed after each service is performed.
4. Grub Control. The Southern White Grub has become an enormenous problem in
our area and requires special measures. The first is an early season treatment in May
followed by a treatment in September. In the event that grubs are detected after
these treatments (and most likely they will be) (YC) will retreat at no charge.
(Note): These grubs have already begun to show a resistance to chemicals. The
manufacture has suggested an increase in the amount of chemical used. While at the
same time increasing the cost of the chemical by 110%. Currently this chemical
is the only effective control for the grubs. This service will be an additional charge
billed at the time of service.
5. Fertilization. (YC) will fertilize turf three (3) times per year with quality LESCO
fertilizer with 50% s.c.u. slow release fertilizer.
B. Ornamental Plants
1. Weed Control. Ground cover and shrub beds in lawn areas shall be sprayed at
least once per month and or more during the growing season. The use of a
pre-emergent for beds is desirable. Spraying will not be performed during periods
of high winds.
2. Shrubbery Pruning. All shrubs will be trimmed/ pruned to provide for best
growth and beauty. Pruning will be performed monthly during growing season
and as needed remainder of year.
3. Pruning Trees. (YC) will prune trees one time per year but only in accordance
with provisions of this paragraph. The purpose of the tree pruning is to remove
dead limbs, low limbs, crossing limbs, and in some species to contain
excessive growth. The other trees to be pruned is limited to those limbs
approximately 12 feet above the ground. In addition to the annual pruning, (YC) will
remove as needed occasional broken or dead tree branches and palm frons which
can be reached and as set forth in this paragraph. In the event a tree may exceed the
height of fifthteen feet BSI may choose to use a sub contractor at a slight charge to
the association.
. C. Parking Lots, Sidewalks, Etc.
1. Sidewalks. Sidewalks will be cleaned after each mowing.
2. Parking Lot. These areas covered in contract will be cleaned
as needed. This is limited to areas where service is performed.
3. Trash. Trash will be picked up prior to each service and deposited in Owner’s
dumpster.

II. General.
A. YC agrees, as an independent contractor to furnish such labor and or
materials, to perform work in a professional manner.
B. YC agrees to provide sufficient personnel and supervision to perform
the work described herein.
C. YC agrees to perform all work in such a way as to insure the safety of
life and property.

III. Services Not Included Under This Contract.
The following services are specifically excluded but are offered at an additional
charge.
A. Landscaping and design.
B. Plant replacement.
C. Major pruning resulting from high winds, hurricanes, or damage caused
by any person other than YC employees. YC will prune and or remove damage
to shrubbery and ornamental plants caused by freeze, but not damaged caused
to trees.
E. Tree removal.
F. Mulch where and if needed.

IV. Irrigation System.
Any damage caused to system other than damage caused by YC will be the
responsibility of the owner Irrigation heads should be set no higher than two inches
and even with protective rings. Damage found will be reported the day it occurs.

V. Provisions for Default and Cancellation.
A. Owner may cancel this contract for cause and in this manner. If YC fails to
perform satisfactorily the services described in this contract, then Owner shall
give YC written notice of deficiency at YC address indicated within this contract,
specifying which services have not been performed or have been performed
unsatisfactorily. If YC does not correct the deficiencies within (7) seven days, then
Owner shall give written notice of cancellation effective (23) twenty-three days
from receipt at YC office. If Owner cancels according to this paragraph then
Owner will be required to pay only for those services that were satisfactorily
rendered through the last service call actually made.
B. If Owner fails to make any payment when due (including a penalty payment)
and does not make such payment within (10) ten days after being notified by BSI
of the delinquency in the payment, Owner shall be in default under this contract.
YC may, at its option, cancel this contract by giving written notice of cancellation
to Owner for such default.
C. In the event of cancellation by YC for Owner’s failure to pay, as described
above, YC shall be entitled to recover from Owner compensation for the services
actually performed and, in addition, liquidated damages equal to 50% of the price
remaining to be paid to YC for the portion of the contract period remaining after
cancellation.
D. If Owner cancels or attempts to cancel this contract in a manner other than
described in paragraph A. of this part V. or for a reason other than unsatisfactory
performance by YC, then YC shall be entitled to recover from Owner
compensation for services actually performed and, in addition, liquidated damages
equal to 50% of the price remaining to be paid YC for the portion of the contract
period remaining after cancellation.
E. The failure of either party to exercise or enforce a remedy for any default by the
other party under this contract, shall not constitute a waiver of the party’s right to
exercise such remedy in the event of future default.
F. In the event that either party is required to retain an attorney, collection agent, or
institutes legal proceedings, then the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover all
costs and attorney’s fees, whether or not suit is brought and including appellate
proceedings.


VI. Term, Price, and Payment Terms.
A. The term of this contract is one year (with option for second year) beginning on
the date of acceptance, and ending one year from that date. The price for the services
described herein to be performed by YC for the entire term of this contract is:
$00,000.00. Payments shall be made in equal monthly installments of: $0,000.00
each. Statements will be rendered by YC to Owner by the 25th day of each month,
and are due in full by the fifth day of the following month. Failure of Owner to pay
any amount due shall cause Owner to incur and pay a penalty of 1.5% of the unpaid
sum for each month or portion of a month that the payment is delinquent until
payment, with penalty, is received by YC.
B. This contract price has been negotiated and agreed upon based on Owner’s
grounds as they exist on the contract date. In the event Owner adds additional turf
area, trees, plantings, walks, driveways, or paths that are suitable for edging or
other maintenance, YC shall not be responsible for the care or maintenance of
such additional improvements unless Owner and YC, by separate writing, agree
upon additional service to be rendered and the price for such service.
C. Other incidental work not provided for in this contract, will be provided at an
hourly rate of $37.00 per man hour. This work will be done upon written
authorization.







VII. Pest Control Term and Price.
A. Pest control on turf as per this agreement will be $00.00 per application for a
total cost of $0,000.00 per year.
B. Grub control as per this agreement will be $000.00 per application for a total cost
of $0,000.00 per year.

VII. Entire Contract.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, YC and owner have signed this contract.


YOUR COMPANY



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