Unavoidable Damages to Sheetrock/Plaster Walls/Ceilings: Our electrical services by their very nature may result in unavoidable sheetrock/plaster damages, primarily, but not limited to sheetrock being cut performed to test for proper recess can placement, etc. We are not responsible for such damage and we do not patch/paint existing holes in sheetrock or plaster.
Terms and Conditions: Our quote/estimate represents our contract and performance thereof. If the scheduled work is cancelled by the customer prior commencement of services, for whatever the reason, Family Electric will be entitled to payment for its labor hours associated with preparing the estimate and time associated with obtaining permits, time associated with purchasing materials or pulling materials from shop supplies, and, in general, any additional time associated with termination of contract. Likewise, Family Electric will be entitled to payment for all materials purchased outside of “stock on hand”, which cannot be returned for credit. Any re-stocking fees charge to Family Electric by said supplier will be paid by the customer. Payments under the contract will be due upon receipt of invoices by customer. Our billing system is internet driven and therefore we need to be provided with your correct e-mail address. In the event that a customer fails to make payment to Family Electric within the latest of 30 days after the specific invoice date, a 2% per month fee will be assessed against your account until paid. The fee will start to accrue on the balance due on the contract 30 days following the invoice date. If customer fails to make payment within 45 days of invoice date, Family Electric will take the necessary legal action such as filing a mechanics lien, demand letter, court filing, etc. If action is taken for non-payment of our invoices, customer will then be responsible for paying all fees, finance charges and costs incurred by Family Electric, which include, but are not limited to, any and all legal fees and costs and all collection costs. If Family Electric is sued by customer for non-performance under the contract, Family Electric shall be entitled to any and all legal fees and costs incurred in the defense of such action if Family Electric prevails in having the matter dismissed by a court hearing the matter. Customer shall not be entitled to recoup its legal fees and costs regardless of the form of action or legal theory under which any claim is asserted. Family Electric is not responsible for correcting any pre-existing violations of applicable. National Electrical Code or local regulations whether cited by an inspector or not. If local inspector cites pre-existing violations and will not approve a Family Electric inspection until the pre-existing violations are corrected, the owner will be responsible to pay Family Electric to repair the noted violations as a change order.