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Inspection Plans Checkout

Inspection Plans Checkout

Once identified, handling water intrusion issues promptly is critical to limiting damage and keeping repair costs under control. Often times the extent of damage cannot be fully understood without the help of a building envelope professional to investigate the problem in depth. Hiring a qualified contractor to perform a visual or intrusive inspection will help determine if failures have occurred due to faulty workmanship, product failure or other causes. 

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Inspection Plan
All inspections also include a free consultation, rough order of magnitude estimate, attendance of board meeting, PowerPoint presentation and 24/7 email support!
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General Conditions & Terms:
Inspection packages assume the inspection of one (1) building measuring roughly 50ft x 100ft. Typical critical flashing points include penetrations and transitions at roofs, decks, windows, doors, exterior walls, foundations and other points susceptible to water intrusion. All survey packages assume areas of inspection are accessible via the ground, ladders, decks, roofs, or other means facilitated by the customer. Pricing excludes man-lifts, scaffolding or pump-jacks that may be required for the inspection of areas not easily accessible. Pricing excludes interior repairs that may be necessary in the case of an intrusive investigation. Pricing excludes Stucco or EFIS patch or repair and assumes existing cladding products such as vinyl, fiber cement panel or other types of lap siding can be reinstalled in the instance of an invasive inspection. Face nailing of some products may be required. If removed products are unable to be salvaged time and materials rates, plus 15% O&P expenses will apply. Invoiced inspection plans at end of month, net 10th. Late payments will bear interest at 1.5% per month, compounded monthly plus attorney fees and collection efforts. NOTICE TO CUSTOMER This Contractor, Pacific Building Envelope, is registered with the State of Washington, Registration No. PACIFBE890J1 as a general contractor and has posted a bond with American Contractors Indemnity Company for $12,000.00 for the purpose of satisfying claims against the Contractor for negligent of improper work or breach of contract in the conduct of the Contractor’s business. The expiration date of this Contractor’s registration is April 15, 2012. This cash deposit may not be sufficient to cover a claim that might arise from the work done under your contract. If any supplier or materials used in your construction period or any employee of the Contractor or subcontractor on your job is unpaid, your property may be liened to force payment. If you wish additional protection, you may request the Contractor to provide you with the original “lien release” documents from each supplier of subcontract on your project. The contractor is required to provide you with further information about lien release documents if you request it. General information is also available from the Department of Labor & Industries. CONSTRUCTION LIENS - WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CONTRACTS Washington laws require contractors and lending institutions to give you this notice if your contract price exceeds $1,000.00 (RCW 18.27.114(2) and RCW 60.04.255). This notice explains the basics of the construction lien law to help you protect yourself. This notice isn’t a reflection upon the abilities or credit of your contractor. If you are dealing with a lending institution, ask your loan officer what protection the institution follows to verify that subcontractors and material suppliers are being paid when mortgaging money is paid to your contractor. Request lender supervision when dealing with a lending institution that provides interim of construction financing. See RCW 60.04.200-210. You may ask the contractor to disclose all potential claimants as a condition of payment. You or your lender, can instead of making progress payments only to your contractor, make numerous jointly payable checks to the contractor and various subcontractors and suppliers as work progresses. There may be an additional cost from your lender for this service. For an additional cost, you may request your contractor to post a performance bond. This will give you recourse in the event the contractor fails to complete the contract agreement. This will increase the price of the construction project. When in doubt, or if you need more details, consult your attorney. This notice was approved by the State Attorney General’s office and the State Department of Labor and Industries, Building and Construction Safety Inspection Services Division, for reproduction by lending institutions and contractors for distribution to their clients in meeting the information material required by RCW 60.04.250 and RCW 18.04.114(2). ASBESTOS AND LEAD Property owners are required by State law to notify contractors about asbestos and lead base paint where contractors are working. According to the WISHA (Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act) Regional Directive 23-10, WAC 296-62-07721, Communication of Hazards to Employees, has specific requirements for property owners and their agents. “Building, vessel, and facilities owners have the responsibility to notify contractors and tenants in writing of the presence of asbestos containing materials and presumed asbestos containing materials (ACM/PACM) even though the employees at risk are not the owner’s direct employees.” If you have had an AHERA (Asbestos Hazardous Emergency Response Act) Building Inspection performed, please provide a copy of the inspection report before we begin work. NOTICE TO HOMEOWNER Excerpted from Washington Statues RCW 64.50.050 The construction professional shall provide notice to each homeowner upon entering into a contract for sale, construction, or substantial remodel of a residence, of the construction professional’s right to offer to cure construction defects before a homeowner may commence litigation against the construction professional. Chapter 64.50 RCW contains important requirements you must follow before you may file a lawsuit for defective construction against the seller or builder of your home. Forty-five days before you file your lawsuit, you must deliver to the seller or builder a written notice of any construction conditions you allege are defective and provide your seller or builder the opportunity to make an offer to repair or pay for the defects. You are not obligated to accept any offer made by the builder or seller. There are strict deadlines and procedures under State law and failure to follow them may affect your ability to file a lawsuit.
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