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Can a tradesman charge twice for the same job?

Anonymous user 21 April 2014 - 6.21 AM

I contracted a tradesman to repair the toilet as it was not flushing and overfilling. It is a push button flush. He replaced a part and assured me he had tested the flush twenty times. The first time I flushed it water kept flushing through the toilet at an alarming flow rate. He then said another part had gone ( by coincidence). I had no toilet over the bank holiday as he'd sent a man to turn off the toilet flush. He's coming back with a new part tomorrow. What am I obliged to pay? I've paid him £80 cash already.

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Anonymous user

Unfortunately if he's claiming it's another part and not the same id say yes. In future having two opinions instead of one may help...

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21 April 2014

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RnA Electrical
Rating: 5 out of 55542 reviews
Leyland

It's a difficult situation. Personally, I would be coming out to repair (time wise at least) for free - if the issue was there immediately after the original job was done (not a few days later) However if the part that has gone, is a different part, then the tradesmen is under no obligation to fix a different fault for free.

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21 March 2017

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