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Gutted beyond belief...
February 16, 2012 @ 10:18:43 am
So we finally got to the stage of renovation with this new house where I could see the light at the end of the tunnel Everything was taken out, all the new sockets done, chimneys out, walls down etc. etc.
So I was thrilled last night to come home to a house water logged beyong belief, one waterfall on each floor.

Safe to say I am not happy

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maximillion

New Post! February 16, 2012 @ 10:21:50 am
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oh how awful

that happened to my mum last year

are you insured?


disturbed247

New Post! February 16, 2012 @ 10:36:47 am
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@maximillion Said

oh how awful

that happened to my mum last year

are you insured?



Yeah we are insured, I'm hoping when (if) it drys out we can see how much damage there is and if we can rectify it ourselves withought going through the insurance. Last thing we need is to raise our premiums already.
I have no ceilings left though so maybe that will cost a bit.


maximillion

New Post! February 16, 2012 @ 10:38:01 am
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hope you get everything fixed


disturbed247

New Post! February 16, 2012 @ 10:41:43 am
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Thank you! So do I

I just want to cry at the moment though lol


sTreetAngeL

root tedt ree

New Post! February 16, 2012 @ 04:36:00 pm
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How did it happen? A pipe broke?


sAeGeSpAeNe

Part-time Nidologist

New Post! February 16, 2012 @ 04:47:40 pm
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Who is executing the renovations???


disturbed247

New Post! February 17, 2012 @ 10:45:04 am
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@sTreetAngeL Said

How did it happen? A pipe broke?



We think that with all the renovations that we've been doing, someone has turned off the power for some reason at the mains, turned it back on again but not reset the pre-set times for the heating to come on. Ultimately leading to the pipes freezing and cracking leading up to the cold water tank.

Feeling slighly better about it now, need to replace floorboards etc but it's not as bad as I thought!


sTreetAngeL

root tedt ree

New Post! February 17, 2012 @ 07:17:59 pm
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@disturbed247 Said

We think that with all the renovations that we've been doing, someone has turned off the power for some reason at the mains, turned it back on again but not reset the pre-set times for the heating to come on. Ultimately leading to the pipes freezing and cracking leading up to the cold water tank.

Feeling slighly better about it now, need to replace floorboards etc but it's not as bad as I thought!



Well I'm glad for you that it's not as bad as you first thought. That's a consolation. Just sucks that it had to happen at all.


restoreone

New Post! February 17, 2012 @ 07:28:45 pm
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Have you had professional come in and check moisture levels through out your home?

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