Well I dont think i would get away with not having them done at all, but they are not taking the old wiring out just putting new in so I have double of everything, plus the mess and the inconveience i.e not having any privicy for an amount of time that no one seems to care about. Its took them nearly one year just to send someone to look, one out of three electricians have been so far and we are now in Sept. Can they come over Christmas?
Just very quickly, if they stated the job would take two weeks to complete and they found complications that dragged on for alot longer, where would I find the details for quiet enjoyment and to proceed with compansation.? Also who is responsible for all the dust and mess that this is going to entail? Should I take photos before and after? As it states in the original contract that we are responsible for all responable repairs?
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