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Old 24 February 2007, 10:00   #11
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Does this meen from now on you will be known as poirot and grow a bushy moustache,
More of a Thomas Magnum of the south coast I thought.
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Old 24 February 2007, 10:40   #12
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More of a Thomas Magnum of the south coast I thought.
Who's the millionaire idiot mate with a Rolls Royce then?
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Who's the millionaire idiot mate with a Rolls Royce then?
Shhhh I told you not to say anything.

What's wrong with you, want some more money or something?
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Old 25 February 2007, 17:26   #14
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Three times in one year I had to have my Conservatory roof repaired. One down to me and my big foot, done on the house insurance, One from a double glazing company that put a new window in above the roof and tried to sneek off but I found several panels they had damaged and got them to replace them all. They didn't argue about that so they must have been guilty. And once from the window cleaners who claimed on their insurance.

Although the guy who walked all over the roof to fit the lead flashing was easily 20 stone when the conservatory was put up and its supposed to take a persons weight nobody is allowed on the conservatory roof anymore.
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Three times in one year I had to have my Conservatory roof repaired. One down to me and my big foot, done on the house insurance, One from a double glazing company that put a new window in above the roof and tried to sneek off but I found several panels they had damaged and got them to replace them all. They didn't argue about that so they must have been guilty. And once from the window cleaners who claimed on their insurance.

Although the guy who walked all over the roof to fit the lead flashing was easily 20 stone when the conservatory was put up and its supposed to take a persons weight nobody is allowed on the conservatory roof anymore.
Well I'm quite surprized that the guy didn't use crawl boards.
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I think thats why I decided to check the roof once the glaziers finished. The crawl boards went on half way through the job. Bit of a giveaway really. And even then the boards were slipping all over the place. I should imagine if I need any work doing on the rear of the house in the future I'm going to have to put scaffolding up.
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Surly the conservatory has a garentee on it. This would cover the leak would it not; if this is the case you shouldn't have been charged a call-out fee....
Why do you not get a Loss adjuster engineer to do a survey on a no foal no fee basis against your insurance.
They have the might to chase any poor workmanship resulting in their loss.

Its my exeprience that they will earn their keep and do it quicly covering your interests.

You do not mention the construction method of the roof. Whats it made of, a hammer will not go through Poly carbonate...

There are many Gombeen workers here straight out of Faulty towers (you may recall "O reilly the builder who was David Kelly an Irishman), I Really dont know why that show was allowed given the Husband bashing that went on....
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