A landscaping proposal is a document that the landscaping company can submit to the property owner or manager outlining the landscaping terms and conditions, services, and fees. By providing a proposal, the property owner can determine if they want to hire the company.
In various circumstances, this is how landscaping commercial contracts start to be formed. The property owner or manager asks multiple companies to submit a proposal including what work will be performed and at what price. Then, the property owner or manager can select which company to hire to complete the job.
The cover letter is a description that lays out the initial expectations of the landscaping contract. This letter helps the client learn more about the landscaping company and understand how they operate.
The landscape bid for the project is where the landscaping company has the ability to quote the customer how much the project is going to cost. Within the bid, they lay out the fees for each part of the project. This includes time and money spent on labor as well as materials. Depending on the landscaping contract, this may be split into phases for the project.
One of the most important parts of a landscaping proposal is the project visualization. When the property owner requests a bid for landscaping services, they should tell the landscaping company what they would like the completed project to look like. By doing this, the landscape company can understand the client’s expectations. In the project visualization phase, the landscaping company should create a sketch of what they will do and get the customer's approval before the work starts.
Information About Services
While creating the landscaping proposal, the landscaping company should also provide information about the scope of work and how it will be completed. Usually, this will include the upkeep of the landscaping provided. This may be included in the contract or it could be agreed upon in a different contract. In the landscaping service contract template, the landscaping company can define what services will be provided and related timelines.
Finally, the proposal should include a rough draft of the landscaping commercial contract. This will let both parties review the landscaping contract and decide if the terms are acceptable or further negotiations are needed.