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Dear all, I've just discovered that the sub-floor and joists that were replaced only 6 years ago in my Victorian house have rotted again, I'm told by an independent building contractor, due to inadequate damp protection. A master carpenter/joiner replaced joists/sub-floor and oak flooring only SIX years ago, due to the originals rotting. My question is can I reasonably expect the carpenter to contribute to the cost of this new work, which will essentially be to rip up what he did 6 years ago, beef up any existing damp protection and then rebuild the floor fro
Hi all, I hope I'm posting in the correct forum, if not then please move it to the correct forum My partner is a professional carpenter. Last week he did a small job for someone who wanted some decking repaired. Customer stipulated that he didn't want the whole thing replacing, which is what my partner recommended, due to rot. So my partner said he could take some of it off and replace the broken boards. The customer was satisfied with the repair job and so was his wife, and paid my partner in full, by cheque. The cheque cleared, but a few days later the customer text my
I had some work done by a carpenter on my home and basically he gave me the run around for over 3 weeks. I paid him for materials some of which he provided. but when I added up what he had bought against what he had charged there was a shortfall of £154 which I deducted from the final bill. He said he would provide receipts which he did not After 6 days he filed a case against me at the county court and I have until the 20 December to answer it. BUT the cheating sod wrote to me and asked me to settle the bill and I wrote back to him, more fool me and told him that I had never r