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# 215283 20-Jun-2017 15:02
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Does anyone have a recommendation for a gib stopper in Auckland Mt Roskill way.  Of the three I know one has late stage cancer (painters and stoppers are not a long lived profession), one does a very average job and one is booked out for months.

 

It is only a small job, one room 4.35m by 2.75m by 2.4 high with a squared stopped ceiling, fresh gib.

 

Cheers

 

 


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  # 1804111 20-Jun-2017 15:16
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You could try contacting Gib directly as to who they recommend in your area. Often though, they maybe tied up with building companies work.


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  # 1804116 20-Jun-2017 15:19
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www.builderscrack.co.nz

 

Advertise your job and let the available tradies chase you for the work.





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  # 1804119 20-Jun-2017 15:22
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Wheelbarrow01:

 

www.builderscrack.co.nz

 

Advertise your job and let the available tradies chase you for the work.

 

 

 

 

The problem is that there is a lack of builders are present, so it may not be that easy. It may however be a good weekend perk job for one of them.


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  # 1804478 21-Jun-2017 09:34
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Our guy just finished up, and did a nice job. But forget about him being available - he was already working two jobs at once when at our place - a commercial premises outside business hours and our place during the day. It's madness at the moment. 

 

 


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