Crossing the Road
- Oct 15, 2010
That is ridiculous! How many were there? It is pretty much a one person job, they figured to charge for the others' time since they all came together and the "sit and watch" plumbers couldn't go to another job?
Other than being uncomfortable under the sink, those aren't difficult jobs. In fact they could have put the faucet in the countertop before the countertop was installed. Makes it a lot easier.
Doesn't take a plumber to disconnect water and disposal. The countertop people could have done it easily.
It's one of the traits i dislike in human beings is the money grabbing self serving kind of people.
I had you young guy trim my garden, I gave him half more than anyone else and a very good water flask with a spout. He missed out a little of the back garden so I sent him a text, thinking he'd do this when he's on another job nearby. The replied, that more cash.
End result, I won't be using his services again..
Nope. If he was paid to do the job, not by the hour, his buttski should have been back there to finish the job PDQ.
The light fixture is broken. I can't make good yogurt any more either because of it. And no, it doesn't just need a new bulb. I've been trying to find someone who does appliance repair to fix it with no luck. It's a glass-top stove, not that old. I hate to have to buy a whole new oven but it's starting to look like my only option.
I would not trade my gas oven for anything
Here the homeowner can do any of the jobs. If it is a rental, contractors have to be hired. I do all my own construction, installation, plumbing and electrical.
Did you have a lot of rain?