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Christmas Light Installation Contract for Commercial or Municipal Displays

Write up customer contracts for your holiday lights display business with this easy-to-use Christmas Light Installation Contract for Commercial or Municipal Displays.
  • Lights and displays must be installed by a specified date. If the contractor is forced to hire additional manpower to complete the displays on time due to unforeseen circumstances, the customer agrees to pay any additional labor charges.
  • The contractor will perform regular inspections to ensure that the lights and display items are working properly. The contractor will be available for emergency repairs, provided that the customer agrees to pay additional hourly fees for any calls outside of regular hours.
  • The customer is responsible for preparing the locations so that installation can proceed on the agreed date(s). The customer must also provide portable toilets if any of the installations are outdoors and not within easy access to bathroom facilities.
  • The contractor is responsible for arranging any traffic rerouting or lane closures, and for obtaining all permits and licenses required.
  • If aerial lifts or other specialized heavy equipment are required for the installation, these vehicles must be operated only by properly licensed operators.
  • The contractor indemnifies the customer against any actions, damages or costs arising from the installation of the lights and displays.
  • This contract can be used for large indoor ⁄ outdoor commercial displays, or for multiple locations on municipal property (such as city parks, boulevards, in front of administrative buildings, etc).
This Christmas Light Installation Contract for Commercial or Municipal Displays is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your business needs.

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