Contract Provision: Intended Use Provision

After work has been completed by a roofing contractor on a project, the underlying use of the structure may change. For example, a roofing contractor may originally install a roof system on a warehouse space. If it is subsequently converted into multifamily housing, it may affect the interior temperature and ultimately the performance of the roof system. Roofing contractors should consider adding the following provision in their contract to account for the intended use of a structure and the performance of the installed roof system.

    The Work provided by Contractor under this Contract is based on the expressed intended use of the project. If the project's intended use changes from what is identified in the Contract, then all express or implied warranties including, without limitation, workmanship and/or material warranties are hereby void, unless and until Contractor is provided with advance notice of the change of intended use and consents in writing to same.

Date : Jan. 01, 0001

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