Please read through our Terms and Conditions carefully and feel free to ask any questions that you may have. It is also important to let us know of any Terms and Conditions, or expectations, of your own that you would wish to be included before work begins.
Some of the most important definitions for clients to understand are ‘quotation’ and ‘estimate’. The difference between these is that an estimate is a rough idea of price and is subject to a number of changes, this is not binding and often leaves customers confused or surprised by the total cost, whereas a quotation is an offer to do a job for an agreed fixed price.
Contractor: The ‘contractor’ is ThomasTheBuilderltd.
Client: The ‘client’ is a person or entity seeking goods and/or services from the contractor. Quotation: A quotation is a formal offer made by the contractor to the client within a hard copy or electronic document, no other document is intended to be an offer and is not recognised or may be relied upon as such. A quotation price may change if unforeseen circumstances arise which lead to greater costs being incurred by the contractor.
Estimate: An ‘estimate’ is a formal offer made by the contractor to the client within a hard copy or electronic document, no other document is intended to be an offer and is not recognised as such. An estimate is an estimation of cost, not a definitive quotation and may be subject to change.
Contract: A contract with ThomasTheBuilderltd constitutes an offer by the client, to purchase goods and/or services in accordance with these terms and conditions. The customer is deemed to have read and be satisfied with the accuracy of the contract in terms of specification, charges, price and meaning of terms and descriptions as outlined in a ‘Quotation’ document provided by ThomasTheBuilderltd. A quotation may be used as a contract.
All work is fully guaranteed, and customers could benefit from a guarantee of up to
The above terms and conditions apply to Thomas The Builder Ltd.