Sep 15, 2021 11:48 am
It's great that folks discuss different systems and different suppliers on the Homeone Forum, but how do you know if it's a genuine recommendation? If it's not, how do you know if the stuff is compliant?
Some may have seen my posts in a topic about windows from China where I asked one of the advocators, ostensibly a member of the public about the performance data - well that person waffled then disappeared, but there were other supporters who claimed to be customers - yet they never came forward to discuss the performance with me. The outcome is that these products are highly likely NOT compliant, and that is a serious problem because you may not be able to qualify for a certificate of occupancy. (Never mind the safety breaches which may be concealed).
Trust the experts who have been around a while, you don't need to buy their products and services to get an opinion.
If you buy products that turn out to be non-compliant, you have lost your money.
You don’t have to buy from me to ask questions. I will always help if I can.
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Sep 15, 2021 12:08 pm
Yep totally with you and totally agree with what you have said.
Also we all should be supporting local manufacturers where we can.
Another one is cabinets, how do you know what is in the actual material, some interesting tests currently underway in Western Australia with cabinets from stock sourced in China, will wait and see what the results are
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