|Posted by hj on September 03, 2001 at 20:23:23:|
|In response to Re: repost because no responses about service/maintenance agreements|
Figure out what it would cost to have it done, add a factor to cover any other items that could come up. Sign them up for a year and see how you come out. If you add the proper factor for contingencies, you will make money. If you guess wrong, you will come out on the short end and will have to adjust it for the following year. Be sure to specify what you are covering in the agreement.
: I am trying to find a generic agreement/contract for service or maintenance. Do you know where I can find one either in a book or off the internet? One of our customers, a grocery store, has shown interest in having a maintanence plan where we come ever so many months and jet their lines and complete a basic plumbing upkeep list. Thanks in advance for any help!
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