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We contracted a local bathroom installer to install a new bathroon suit which was completed in December 2011, we contacted the company by phone in September 2012 and stated that we were having problems with the suit.
They eventually arrived to inspect the bathroon suit, they then sent out a rep for supplied the bathroom suit.
Now they are saying it is not their fault and are refusing to replace what we believe to be fault units and poor installation methods.
Under the Sales of Goods Act 1979 we feel that the bathroom suit should have lasted more than 10 months and that they are liable to rectify any faults in their installation.
FOR JOMO 1972
We have had no response to our question as of yet
FOR JOMO 1972,
The defects are in the appliances,ie: the mdf units are swelling and bursting due to the steam within the bathroom while we have showers.
There are also small minor defects in the installation.
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