Ok so surprisingly, this is a new one for me...... I had went a looked at a job about a week ago or so and I sent the client my Estimate later that night. I'll admit, I noticed this particular client seemed to have decent money so I did what any normal person would do and added a bit more to what I would usually bid. The client calls me two days later and says everything looked great and they wanted to go with my bid BUT He really, really needed to get this project done ASAP!! I told him I'm slammed right now(as usual) but I might be able to move a few things around and get to him in a few weeks.... He then ask "is there anything we can do to speed that process up? What if I paid an extra 1k would that help??" So long story short the next client I had scheduled just so happened to say it would actually be better for them If I pushed their project out a few weeks anyways, the issue I'm having is how do I go about adding this to my contract? I want to have it in there that I acknowledge the fact he needs it done by X date but without having it seem like a guranteed thing just in case. Like contractor agrees to try to reach substantial completion of project by x date to the best of his abilities or as long as there's no unexpected or unforseen conditions, etc. Client agrees to pay contractor an additional "x amount" for agreeing to speed up duration to the best of his abilities??? But obviously in alot more of A "Contracty" type lingo....... has anybody had this come up before and if so what or how did you go about adding it to your contract?? Sorry I'm advance if this has already been asked but I couldn't find anything using the search bar. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!