Epic Remodeling utilizes a Master Agreement method for contracting work from sub-contractors. A master agreement is signed and all work is awarded on a one page work order that defines project specific scope and any special terms. By signing the main contract once, we are able to streamline the process to award work and efficiently process change orders. We also use a digital signature service to expedite agreements to our customers, sub-contractors and suppliers. This means less time waiting for authorization when a job is awarded and faster turn around time if/when change orders occur.
In addition to our sub-contractor agreement, Epic Remodeling requires that a subcontractor be up to date on insurance requirements dictated by our insurance company and the State of Colorado.
Below are links to the documents required to be set up as a Preferred Sub-Contractor. Please complete all sections and “Click to Esign”. This action will notify Epic Remodeling that your part of the documentation is complete.
Please Complete the 5 item Checklist to be an approved bidder to Epic Remodeling. You will receive an email once completed to verify and electronically sign. We will not receive these forms until this is completed.
- Complete, Initial and Sign the Master Sub-Contractor Agreement
- Complete a W-9 Form
- Complete Pinnacol's Worker's Compensation Waiver unless you carry a policy with your General Liability.
- Complete the New Sub-Contractor Contact Form
- Have your Insurance Agent email a copy of General Liability Insurance and Workman's Compensation Insurance showing Epic Remodeling and Restoration, LLC as “Additional Insured” (Best received as a PDF by email: Tim@EpicRemodelingDenver.com)
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