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Topic # 198561 14-Jul-2016 07:33
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Hi can someone recommend a good underfloor insulation installer  in Wellington. I have built a small man cave at the back of my place and need someone to install the insulation in a very tight space. 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1592313 14-Jul-2016 07:55
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I found an insulation installer on builders crack.





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  Reply # 1593755 17-Jul-2016 08:37
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We used D-Fluff Insulation [http://www.d-fluff.co.nz], who were good, but did have some rework because they missed a spot in the first round.

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  Reply # 1593955 17-Jul-2016 14:49
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froob: We used D-Fluff Insulation [http://www.d-fluff.co.nz], who were good, but did have some rework because they missed a spot in the first round.

 

 

 

That's a worry. Did you find the problem, or did they? If you found the missing spot, you have to wonder how they missed it. 


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  Reply # 1594193 17-Jul-2016 21:18
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mattwnz:

 

froob: We used D-Fluff Insulation [http://www.d-fluff.co.nz], who were good, but did have some rework because they missed a spot in the first round.

 

That's a worry. Did you find the problem, or did they? If you found the missing spot, you have to wonder how they missed it. 

 

 

From memory, they let me know that they hadn't been able to do that particular part, because there was a pipe in the way. I went and had a look, and the pipe was just some old scrap someone had stashed on the bearers, which I was able to pull out.

 

A gentleman, who I think was the owner, came to complete the job. I think he was a bit annoyed with his staff who did the original work, but he was very good about it.

 

A bit of rework here and there is pretty normal with the trades, and certainly not a reason to write off a particular contractor. What is important is that they show a good attitude and are willing to rectify any issues.

 

 


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