Aug 09, 2018 5:19 pm
We are not real happy with quality of cornice and ceiling repairs already done in our new ensuite ( the new cornices fell down after construction and old ceiling dropped during roof reconfiguration). I have read the descriptions here
(http://www.mbansw.asn.au/uploadedFiles/ ... rances.pdf)
for standards and don't feel it is good enough. Can someone who is experienced please check these photos and advise?
Re: Quality of cornice repair2
Aug 09, 2018 8:53 pm
No ..... just no !! That joint should be mitred and no way should any screws be showing through , either they have used a VERY young kid to do this or a very inexperianced ( first time on the job ) person
Re: Quality of cornice repair3
Aug 10, 2018 7:39 am
Thanks for the photos
Those standards don't form part of the contract
Get copies of your construction and more importantly engineering Drawings, Details attached Notes
as they form part of your contract
Look specifically for articulation joints and post back
Other Important joints mentioned Here
Dincel Type or Besser Block Walls..footings not wide enough
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