Workmanship


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Workmanship

The quality of work that is executed by a craftsperson or a contractor.
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SAXE: Their insurance may not cover all of it, but under a builder's risk or commercial property policy, there is a faulty workmanship exclusion.
The issue on poor workmanship is normally associated with contractor faulty.
Professional Builders Kitchen Remodeling Los Angeles provides quality service that is well worth the cost, using materials and workmanship that increase the overall value of the home.
Now he has received praise and acknowledgement for his outstanding workmanship and consistently high levels of service at the first-ever B&Q Homefit vendor partner day.
Obtain a surveyor's report or a roofing specialist as to what amount of work carried out by the sub contractor and the extent of defective workmanship and the cost of the remedial work.
BUILDING site manager Mark Summersgill, pictured, who works for David Wilson Homes, has scooped a top award for his quality workmanship - for the second year running.
In Part 1 of this series, we defined a "construction defect" as a failure of the construction to perform in an intended or expected way because of a defective design, faulty workmanship, defects in building materials, and soil failures.
Mark was recognised for his "meticulous and consistent attention to detail", as well as scoring highly for the quality of workmanship on his site at every stage of the build.
Because we know the quality of their workmanship, they have attended our survey and installation training courses, and they comply with our standards, we are happy to recommend them and guarantee their workmanship.
The article stated that documents lodged in the High Court accused AEW of negligence, breach of contract and shoddy workmanship which was both 'defective and dangerous''.
BARRATT site managers swept the board at the National House Building Council's Pride In The Job North East regional awards with Andy Dawson winning the top award for his exceptional workmanship.
The federal courts in Arkansas ruled that an "occurrence" under a CGL policy did not include faulty workmanship or damages resulting from faulty workmanship.