Sep 22, 2018 6:22 am
I just recently got my keys handed over to me. However my builder have destroy the cabinet that I have paid extra to be made. At handover I am not happy with it, I was told that these hot/cold water pipes need to be there inside the cabinet and be visible. Is this true? This cabinet was design for me to put my dinning set and drinking glasses. It was meant to be use everyday. Please help me understand the position I am in.
Can I make my build fix it?
Can I make them redo it?
What are my legal option now?
Can I sue them under false pretend and misleading making me sign the hand over for believing what is shown in the picture is legal.
Re: Can I sue my builder ?2
Sep 22, 2018 7:30 am
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I would insist on the cabinets being ripped out and the pipes concealed
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Did you change the original design by variation ie add a dishwasher?
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Re: Can I sue my builder ?3
Sep 22, 2018 7:45 am
can you sue =yes
can you win =maybe
will it cost more that its worth =definitely
post a photo of the whole area please
hot pipe is not insulated so maybe an avenue there
the plumber has gone to a lot of work so would be interested in why there was no alternative
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