YES, It is very important to get a construction contract even before the construction of a house, as it clearly mentions the terms agreed between the two parties, such as owners/contractors/contractors. The agreement between the contractor and the property contract for the construction of a house should mention the construction work carried out such as masonry, framing, plumbing, electricity, concreting, etc. If the agreement is signed, it cannot be amended at a later date, unless it is agreed by both parties. It is necessary to be satisfied with the contractual conditions enjoyed by both parties (owners and contractors). If you are not satisfied with the contractual conditions, you should be able to negotiate with the contractor. The contractor is responsible for the safe conservation and conservation of all materials on the site. Time and material contracts are generally preferred when the scope of the project is unclear or has not been defined. The owner and the contractor must set an agreed hourly or daily allowance, including any additional costs that may be incurred by the construction process. There should be no conflict in the payment method.
The method of payment can be made by cash, check or electronic transfer of money, in accordance with the mutual agreement. The law of the land should be respected so that there are no problems. You can settle the payment at the end of the month. If you are not able to pay large bills immediately, you can negotiate with the contractor so that the payment of the invoice is made in instalments.. . . .