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Tip: Dealing With a Faulty Builder
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By Anu Jameson
Home improvement tips from Networx.com, a website where real people give unpretentious home & garden advice and share their experiences so that you can deal with your own house with more fun and less anxiety. Look here for cheap and time-efficient ...
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Home improvement tips from Networx.com, a website where real people give unpretentious home & garden advice and share their experiences so that you can deal with your own house with more fun and less anxiety. Look here for cheap and time-efficient ideas (because we also don't have time to sew our own drapes), real stories about great, imperfect homes and gardens, and funny writers who don't take themselves too seriously.
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undefinedIn a recent advice column on Philly.com, a real estate expert told a frustrated homeowner to call in a Philadelphia roofer to examine her house's leaking roof. The homeowner believed that the leaks were a result of faulty work by a builder. The expert's advice is applicable for other frustrated homeowners, as well, so I am sharing it here. If you suspect that a builder did faulty work, there are two things to do. First, call in experts to evaluate the problems. Next, have a look at the contract that you made with the builder to find out if there is a clause about requests for repairs to the builder's work. It is necessary to call in an expert to evaluate the extents of the problems.  View original post.

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