P&d Renovations

Location: Edinburgh, Midlothian
Member Since: 24th Aug 2021

About Us:

P&D RENOVATIONS are a building company with the ability to undertake any kind of building work in your home.



With experience of working on a range of jobs including refurbishments, extensions and kitchen/bathroom fitting, you can be sure that the skills of our team include everything that you need to get the job done to a stunningly high standard.

History:

My company is p&d Renovations I run and manage it my self it is a register company I have many jobs in Edinburgh and on the out skirts of Edinburgh I do extensions new builds Conservatory carpenters works ground works I’ve been in the construction side I was 16 which is now 21 yrs ago so I have very good knowledge about this industry

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70% is a bit cheeky to be honest i usually ask the clients to get the materials so when i have half the work done i get half the labour cost and the rest when i finish this way if and it does happen a lot if clients don’t pay iam only out of pocket for my time and not for materials aswel but 70% upfront is risky try come to an agreement we’re you buy the materials and you’ll pay half the labour costs when his half the work done and the balance when finished and your happy with the end result
Depends if you ordered from a shop or if the tradesman ordered it if shop they always want a deposit but should be good with delivery dates but if tradesman before giving money let the tradesman get some quotes and delivery time frames before you give anything but usually 1 to 2 weeks tradesman should be starting and should have it done in 7/14 max depending on size but 6 months and still been messed around looks like someone just took your money and won’t start anything best thing for clients and tradesman is to write up a agreement both sign it and both are covered
Yes carpenter would be best option but this type of job isn’t hard to do any one with a bit of common sense and handy with a measuring tape knife and screw gun can do this but yes a carpenter would be first choice
Silicone isn’t the answer but hard to say a carpenter would really need to visit and have a proper look to give you the best advice but don’t accept him doing silicone that’s only a cowboy temp repair

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