+0

Hello all,

I work for a contracting company and I am working on writing a letter that will go to our customers once we receive a signed contract of a sale from them. The letter is intended to thank them for their business and to inform them of the next steps in the process of their home projects. I am struggling particularly with the term "weather permitting". I need to inform our customers that their production date is contingent on favorable weather conditions. I would love any advice and suggestions as to how to correct this following letter:

"Hello [Customer Name],

From the entire [Business Name] team, we would like to thank you for your business!

Since we have received your signed contract, we are now working on our end to complete our preparations for your project. Once your job has been scheduled, a member of our production team will email you with a tentative date to begin your roofing project. You should receive this email within 14 days. Your tentative production date will be weather-permitting and you will be notified should any changes occur.

We value your trust in our company, and we will do our best to meet your expectations. We will be contacting you frequently with updates throughout the duration of your job. Should you have any questions or concerns at any time, please do not hesitate to call our office at [Office Number]."

Thanks in advance!

+0

Your tentative production date will be April 15, 2019, weather-permitting; you will be notified should any changes occur.

Your writing is rather good.