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Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC Roofing Terms & Conditions & Payment Terms 

Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC (hereinafter called “CRE”), shall mean the company performing the Work. “Work” means that specific services to be performed by CRE as set forth on the front of this agreement or in any agreement between CRE and client. “Client” refers to the person(s) or business entity ordering the work to be done by CRE and shall be responsible for the payment thereof. If the Client is ordering the work on behalf of another, the Client represents and warrants that the Client is the duly authorized agent of said party for the purpose of ordering and directing said work.

Liability Disclosure Addendum
The Client understands that this is a construction site and agrees to use caution when entering and exiting their property and to ensure the safety of all the Client's family members, friends, children and pets on the premises. The Client understands and accepts the risks of falling debris and errant nails or other building materials. It is the Client's responsibility to use reasonable caution and they agree to release and hold harmless Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC, of any responsibility for any injury, damage to property or death that may occur due in part or in whole to any negligence on the Client's part. The Client understands it is their responsibility to secure any items in their home that may be fragile or might fall resulting in injury or death. Any damage to any items is the sole responsibility of The Client.

All CRE vehicles are rated for driveway usage and any damage and/or cracks resulting from routine driveway usage and/or parking in the driveway to complete the job is not the responsibility of Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC. The Client understands that any (unseeable) punctured lines or cables are not the responsibility of CRE during the installation process. In the event that an electric, HVAC, Plumbing, cable, etc… line is damaged during the installation process, it is the sole responsibility of the Client to repair. CRE will help facilitate the repair process if requested but the client is responsible for paying the repairing company. Building code provides for installation standards for renovations and all code standards are followed by CRE.

The Client understands that a CRE Representative is available upon request to inspect all furnace vent connections or other line connections that may become unattached during the renovation process. The Client understands it is their responsibility to ensure these connections are secure or request a CRE Representative to inspect these crucial connections, so that Carbon Monoxide does not enter their dwelling. The Client agrees that this is their responsibility to ensure the safety of their family and agrees to hold harmless Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC of all liability associated with Carbon Monoxide and/or furnace vent connections. The Client further understands that Carbon Monoxide is a deadly Gas and Serious injury or death may occur as a result of furnace vents becoming disconnected. In the event of rotten decking or other support systems, CRE will repair and/or replace rotten decking/wood at the expense of the Client. Not replacing rotten decking or other rotten wood or structures will void the Client’s Workmanship Warranty from CRE. It is at the discretion of the CRE Crew to remove all felted areas on the Client’s roof or behind their siding. New felt may be placed over existing felt in some areas (up to 2 layers of underlayment is allowed by code). All construction materials not installed during the course of the project remain property of CRE. It is common for CRE to purchase extra materials for each job to ensure there are no delays in job completion. All suits arising out of or related to this agreement shall be filed in the courts of Williamson County, Texas.

CRE projects include a 2 Year Workmanship Warranty. Laminated, metal, steel or tile roofs have a 10 Year Labor Warranty.  CRE is not responsible for normal wear and tear. See complete warranty information for details. Warranty begins upon payment in full of total contract amount and approved insurance supplements (if applicable). Warranty will be voided by unpaid contract payments. First payment (material deposit) is due upon signing of contract and prior to delivery of materials. Failure to make first payment (or subsequent “progress payments”) may result in work stoppage or delays. CRE is not liable for damages that may occur due to work stoppage for failure to make initial or progress contract payments. This includes but is not limited to flooding, water damage, theft of material, etc. Final payment for projects is due to CRE upon completion and any and all trade payments are due upon completion of trade. Final payments not received within 30 days of completion will be considered failure to pay and will be subject to Failure to Pay Penalties. Failure to Pay PenaltiesA 10% penalty will be assessed against the total remainder due, all discounts will be revoked at the sole discretion of CRE and the account is subject to being sent to a 3rd party collections agency. After 90 days of non-payment, a mechanics lien may be filed against your property for non-payment. Failure to pay may also result in Theft of Service charges being filed per TX law in addition to any necessary civil remedies.

Right of Rescission and Cancellation
According to Right of Rescission and Property Disclosure Under TX State Law, you have the right to cancel this contract within 3 business days of the contract date.

Notice of Cancellation of Contract
If the Client chooses to exercise their 3 Day Right of Rescission, they understand that by signing and dating in the space provided will make this contract null and void and no work will be provided by CRE. The Client understands it is their responsibility to mail 1 copy of this cancelled contract to the corporate office of Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC to 1620 Red Bud Lane, Round Rock, TX 78664 or to post marked or time stamped no later than 3 business days after the date and time that this contract was executed. Contracts cancelled outside of this period may result in a restocking fee not to exceed 20% of the total contracted amount. Note: CRE Sales Representatives do not make verbal contracts  and any terms not disclosed in a written contract are considered null  and void.

Payment Terms
We accept personal checks, money orders, bank drafts, cashier’s checks, debit or credit cards. (Make checks payable to Cardinal Roofing & Exteriors, LLC) There is a 3.5% processing fee for debit/credit card transactions. Returned checks will result in a returned check fee of $50 and/or potential hot check charges filed with the appropriate authorities.

Insurance Deductible
If applicable, TX law requires a person insured under a property insurance policy to pay any deductible applicable to a claim made under the policy. It is a violation of TX law for a seller of goods or services who reasonably expects to be paid wholly or partly from the proceeds of a property insurance claim to knowingly allow the insured person to fail to pay, or assist the insured person's failure to pay, the applicable insurance deductible.
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