A Colorado Subcontractor Agreement outlines which part of a project, usually construction, a subcontractor will complete and how you will pay that worker. It also specifies the responsibilities of each party, the project timeline, any necessary insurance requirements, any warranty for the work, and more.
If you’re a contractor in Colorado, there may come a time when you win a job you don’t have all the resources to complete on your own.
Perhaps you need more workers, for example, or you need a specialized skill like indoor or outdoor plumbing that is required. In that case, you would enter into a business relationship with a subcontractor. That’s when a Colorado subcontractor agreement becomes invaluable.