Terms of Use

The following items apply to all work performed by All Phase Plumbing Services or its affiliates (“us”) for the customer indicated on the invoice or estimate (“you”).

1. Your Responsibilities. You agree to (a) remove any hazards, obstructions or dangerous conditions around the job site not caused by our work, (b) limit access to the job site so that people not working on our job are not exceeded to dangerous conditions relating to our job, (c) place appropriate warning to warn of dangerous conditions when we are not on the job site, and (d) provide us with adequate access

2. Exceptions to Our Responsibilities. We are not responsible for (a) personal injury, property damage or damage or loss to you or other arising out of our work, except to the extent caused by our negligence or failure to perform the work in accordance with the contract between us; (b) defective, damaged, or deteriorated line, mold, lead piping, or other unexpected or undisclosed conditions, and the consequences of such conditions, including delays, broken fixtures or pipes, and lodged equipment (if we encounter such condition, we may stop work, and you will pay us a reasonable charge for the work performed); (c) the time required to complete our work with reasonable diligence; (d) unless explicitly stated in writing, any damage necessary to complete our work, including damage to landscape, walls, painting, tile or concrete or similar items; (e) damage caused by the removal of any clean out, drain cover or cap; or (f) tasks we perform in accordance with your specific instructions.

3. Release and Hold Harmless. You release us from (and if you are a commercial customer, defend and indemnify us and hold us harmless against) all damages, claims, demands, settlements, judgements, liabilities, costs and expenses, including attorney’s fees, allegedly arising out of (a) breach of your responsibilities under paragraph 1, or (b) matters which we disclaim responsibility under paragraph 2.

4. Our Guarantee. If we provide a parts or equipment guarantee we will give you the benefit we receive, if any, under the manufacturer’s warranty. If we provide a service guarantee, it covers only drainage failure in the specific drain line serviced, and defective plumbing workmanship, during the guaranteed term. Under our service guarantee, we will, at our option, either do the work again at no labor cost or refund your payment. Guarantees do not apply to problems arising out of main sewer line backup or improper, abnormal or unanticipated use or conditions. Except as explicitly stated in writing, we are not giving any guarantees or making any warranties. WE DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUPOSE.

5. Limitations of Damages. Our liability to you for any claim arising out of work on any job (other than a claim permitted by these terms for personal or bodily injury) will in no event exceed the original cost of the work performed. EXCEPT FOR A CLAIM PERMITTED BY THESE TERMS FOR PERSONAL OR BODILY INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, YOU WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO RECOVER INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR DELAY DAMAGES.

6. Payment terms. When you provide a check as payment, you authorize us either to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check transaction. If you fail to pay us any amount when due, we will charge you interest on the amount due at a rate of 1.5% interest per month. You will reimburse us for the attorney’s fees we incur in all stages of collection.

7. General. These terms are a part of our contractual agreement and will prevail over any inconsistent terms in any other agreement between us, including the terms of any purchase order, and may be modified only in a written instrument signed by both of us which specifically refers to the provisions to be modified. If any of these terms is held invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions will not be affected and will continue to apply.

ACCORDING TO FLORIDA’S CONSTRUCTION LIEN LAW (SECTIONS 713.001-713.37, FLORIDA STATUTES), THOSE WHO WORK ON YOUR PROPERTY OR PROVIDE MATERIALS AND SERVICES AND ARE NOT PAID IN FULL HAVE A RIGHT TO ENFORCE THEIR CLAIM FOR PAYMENT AGAINST YOUR PROPERTY. THIS CLAIM IS KNOWN AS A CONSTRUCTION LIEN. IF YOUR CONTRACTOR OR A SUBCONTRACTOR FAILS TO PAY SUBCONTRACTORS, SUB-SUBCONTRACTORS, OR MATERIAL SUPPLIERS, THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE OWED MONEY MAY LOOK TO YOUR PROPERTY FOR PAYMENT, EVEN IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PAID YOUR CONTRACTOR IN FULL. IF YOU FAIL TO PAY YOUR CONTRACTOR, YOUR CONTRACTOR MAY ALSO HAVE A LIEN ON YOUR PROPERTY. THIS MEANS IF A LIEN IS FILED YOUR PROPERTY COULD BE SOLD AGAINST YOUR WILL TO PAY FOR LABOR, MATERIALS, OR OTHER SERVICES THAT YOUR CONTRACTOR OR SUBCONTRACTOR MAY HAVE FAILED TO PAY. TO PROTECT YOURSELF, YOU SHOULD STIPULATE IN THIS CONTRACT THAT BEFORE ANY PAYMENT IS MADE, YOUR CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE YOU WITH A WRITTEN RELEASE OF LIEN FROM ANY PERSON OR COMPANY THAT HAS PROVIDED TO YOU A “NOTICE TO OWNER.” FLORIDA’S CONSTRUCTION LIEN LAW IS COMPLEX, AND IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU CONSULT AN ATTORNEY.