Possible damaged ducting


Postby favemuppet » Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:37 pm

I believe my electrician may have punctured/damaged the ducting for my cooker hood when installing some PIRs into the ceiling for my burglar alarm.

If so, can ducting be repaired, or must it be completely renewed?
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Postby ALDA » Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:28 pm

F,

THE ELECTRICIAN IS REPONSIBLE FOR HIS WORK AND FOR ANY DAMAGE HE CAUSES IN CARRYING OUT SUCH WORK.

FIRSTLY, CONFIRM THAT YOU HAVE ACTUALLY GOT A PROBLEM.
"NO BELIEVE'S OR MAY HAVE'S ALLOWED"
THEN VOICE YOUR CONCERNS TO HIM/HER AND GET THE ELECTRICIAN BACK IN TO REMEDY.

ANY DECENT TRADESPERSON SHOULDN'T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT!!

EASILY REPAIRABLE USING DUCT SEALING TAPE.

YOURS RESPECTFULLY,

ALDER.
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