This Landscaping Contract is an agreement made between a landscaper and a client in
respect to landscaping services to be provided for a specific location, such as a
residence, office building, or commercial building. The contract provides the material
terms of the agreement, the work to be performed, and payment provisions as well
insurance provisions. This customizable form should be used by contractors or clients
when entering into an agreement for landscaping services.
THIS LANDSCAPING CONTRACT (the “Contract”), is made on ___[Date]___, by and
between ___[Contractor Name]___ (“Contractor”) located at ___[Address]__, __________,
__________ __________ and __[Client Name]__ (“Client”), located at __[Address]__,
__________ __________ __________ hereinafter referred to as (the “Parties”).
WHEREAS, Contractor provides landscaping services;
AND WHEREAS, Client desires to obtain the landscaping services of Contractor
pursuant to the terms and conditions herein.
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises and other good and valuable
consideration set forth, the Parties agree as follows:
A. Contractor and Client hereby agree that Contractor shall provide landscaping services to
Client for the locations at the following addresses (the “Premises”):
1. [Enter address of location where services will be provided]
2. [If more than one location, include additional addresses here]
B. Contractor shall provide the following services to the Client (the “Services”):
[Enter a detailed description of the specific landscaping services to be provided]
C. Contractor shall furnish the Services on a [weekly/bi-weekly/monthly/one-time] basis.
A. The term shall commence on __[Enter date services will commence]__ (the
“Commencement Date”) and shall continue for a period of __[Length of Time]__ (the “Term”).
B. Client may request to extend the Term (“Extension Term”) by providing written notice to
Contractor no less than __[# of Days]__ days prior to the expiration of the Term. The request
shall include the length of the extension and any modifications to the terms and conditions
contained herein. Contractor shall have __[# of Days]__ days to accept Client’s request.
III. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Contractor hereby agrees as follows:
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1. Contractor shall commence the Services contemplated herein on the
Commencement Date and shall perform all of the Services diligently and using its best
efforts to conform to local standards and practice.
2. Contractor shall provide Client a mutually agreed upon work schedule for the
Services to be performed.
3. Contractor shall at all times keep employed an adequate number of staff to
perform the Services contemplated herein.
IV. CLIENT RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Client hereby agrees as follows:
1. Client shall grant Contractor access to the Premises at the mutually agreed upon
times for performance of the Services.
2. Client shall ensure that all pets are secured as to pose no threat to Contractor or
Contractor’s staff, employees or sub-contractors.
3. Client shall keep the lawn free of pet droppings when Contractor is scheduled to
perform the Services, or Client may be charged a clean-up fee of __[$ Amount]__ per
A. Client shall pay Contractor the sum of __[$ Amount]__ per [hour/day/week/month] (the
“Fees”) for the Services to be performed.
B. All Fees are due and payable within __[# of Days]__ days of Client’s receipt of
Contractor’s invoice. All invoices will include a detailed description of the Services performed for
which payment is being requested.
VI. MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT
The Parties agree that either Party shall have the right to modify this Contract upon
____[# of Days]___ days written notice to the other Party. Any modifications must be in writing
and signed by both Parties.
VII. CONTRACTOR’S EMPLOYEES
A. Contractor shall use its own staff, employees and sub-contractors in respect to the
Services to be performed.
B. The Parties acknowledge that the relationship between Client and Contractor is that of an
independent contractor and Contractor alone has exclusive control and supervision of its staff,
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employees and sub-contractors. Nothing herein shall be construed to mean that Contractor or
any of its staff, employees or sub-contractors are agents, employees or representatives of Client.
C. Contractor shall at all times ensure that industry accepted safety standards and practices
are followed while performing the Services. Contractor shall at all times comply with all
ordinances, regulations, and other legal requirements and obligations of the applicable
jurisdiction while performing the Services.
VIII. EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
A. Client shall provide for Contractor the following supplies and equipment for performance
of the Services, which shall include: _[List supplies/equipment to be provided by Client]__.
B. Contractor shall supply the following equipment, tools and supplies for performance of
the Services, which shall include: _[List supplies/equipment to be provided by Contractor]__.
Contractor shall at all times maintain liability insurance coverage to cover any claims for
injuries to person or damages to property which may arise in connection with the performance of
the Services by Contractor, its staff, employees and sub-contractors. The policy shall be in an
amount of not less than __[$ Amount]__. Contractor shall also provide worker’s compensation
insurance for its staff, employees and sub-contractors in compliance with state requirements.
Client may at any time request that Contractor provide proof of liability and worker’s
compensation insurance and any other certificates or documents reflecting that Contractor is in
full compliance with all legal requirements and obligations for companies providing cleaning
The Parties acknowledge that the Services to be performed hereunder are non-exclusive
and that Client shall have the right to contract with a third party for the same or similar services
for which Contractor is engaged, and similarly Contractor is free to enter into contracts to
perform the same or similar services for third parties.
XI. EVENTS OF DEFAULT
In the event of non-performance by either Party of any of its obligations contained herein,
the non-defaulting Party shall serve the defaulting Party with written notice of the alleged
breach. The defaulting Party shall have __[# of Days]__ days from the date of such notice to
cure and rectify any non-performance or non-compliance. Upon the correction of any non-
performance or non-compliance by the defaulting Party, the Contract shall continue for the
duration of the Term or Extension Term. In the event that the defaulting Party fails to correct
any non-performance or non-compliance issue within the time frame set out above, the non-
defaulting Party may terminate this Contract immediately and without further notice.
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A. Contractor shall indemnify and hold Client, its subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees
and agents harmless from and against any loss, liability, damage, including but not limited to,
any reasonable attorney fees and court costs which may arise out of or in connection with the
Services performed hereunder, save and except for the gross negligence and wilful misconduct of
Client, its subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees and agents.
B. Contactor shall at all times be solely responsible and liable for any damages caused by its
staff, employees or sub-contractors to any of the Client’s equipment, property or fixtures and
shall make all repairs and/or replacements for any such damage without cost to Client.
XIII. GENERAL PROVISIONS
A. Neither Party may assign any obligations hereunder to any third party without the prior
written consent of the other Party.
B. This Contract and the work schedules referred to herein constitute the entire agreement
between the Parties and supersede all prior agreements, representations, warranties, statements,
promises, information, arrangements and understandings, whether oral or written, express or
implied, with respect to the subject matter hereof.
C. This Contract may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which shall be
deemed to be an original and all of which taken together shall be deemed to constitute one and
the same instrument. This Contract may be executed and delivered by electronic facsimile
transmission with the same force and effect as if it were executed and delivered by the Parties
simultaneously in the presence of one another.
D. Any notices to be delivered pursuant to this Contract shall be delivered to:
in the case of Client to:
__________, __________ __________
Attention: _[Name of Contact Person]_
in the case of Contractor to:
__________, __________ __________
Attention: _[Name of Contact Person]_
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and, in each case, mailed by ordinary mail, postage prepaid, or delivered to that address;
and, if mailed as aforesaid, any such notice shall have been deemed to have been given on
the fifth (5th) business day following that on which the letter containing the notice was
posted. If any notice is given by electronic communication, such notice shall be deemed to
be delivered on the day of transmittal thereof if given during normal business hours of the
recipient and on the next business day if given after normal business hours. Any party may
change its address for service from time to time by notice given in accordance with the
E. In the event a court of competent jurisdiction finds any provision of this Contract invalid
or unenforceable, the remaining terms shall remain in full force and effect.
F. This Contract shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of __[Enter
name of State]__. The parties hereby irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the
State of __[Enter name of State]__ located in __[Enter name of County]__ County. In any suit
or arbitration regarding the Contract, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable
attorneys’ fees and costs.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have duly executed this Contract as of __[Enter date
this contract will be signed]__.
CLIENT: __[Client Name]__
Name: __[Client Signatory]__
Title: __[Job Title of Signatory]__
CONTRACTOR: __[Contractor Name]__
Name: __[Contractor Signatory]__
Title: __[Job Title of Signatory]__
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