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About Change Order Form

A change order is an agreement between two parties on a construction project to change or amend the contract terms. It provides the means to add or remove work from the original scope of work or to tweak how a task will be performed. Using a change order form streamlines the process and can save time, money, and help reduce the likelihood of disputes.

This free change order form is easy to use. It’s made for contractors and includes room to include a description of work, scheduling, and pricing info. This template is available as a PDF with form fields, so you can fill it out on your computer or print and fill it out by hand.

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