Jan 20, 2018 7:12 am
I’m looking at getting advice on what can be done. The builder has advised me they poured the incorrect concrete for my slab, the plans and engineering state 25mpa and the builders poured 20mpa. The RBS has issued a fix notice, so the builder has to get this signed off with independent engineer for 20 to be used. Is this correct or should I say I want 25mpa? They have just started the brick work on the house. Location is vic.
Thanks for any help in advance.
Re: Advice and help2
Jan 20, 2018 8:06 pm
I think you have a warrenty on foitings and frame, dont see why 20will be okay if report said 25
I would ask for it to be 25 as per report and asper what you were quoted for... and they should bare the cost for the wrong concrete and removal of it... best to get an inspector that can give yoh proper advice and help
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Jan 21, 2018 8:09 am
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You are a latecomer to this, I have been doing exactly that for over a decade. Regardless you should post your qualifications and credentials if you want to be taken seriously.