When things go wrong – being prepared.

We have mulled over the idea of building an extension on our house many, many times now. But for one reason or another, we always duck out. Money is always an issue – it’s a huge financial commitment, and one that would necessitate us remortgaging and tying ourselves into a larger monthly payment. Another issue for me is the thought of living with the building works – I work from home, and with 3 little children running about the place, I have nightmares about what that could be like! The dust, the building materials everywhere, the upheaval to our routine. I also have a niggling thought in my head – how would we know that the builder we chose was honest, thorough and would do a good job? What if something went wrong?

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If that happened, would you know where to turn? I am not sure I would. But I recently came across Redress Law – experts in advising and litigating on many areas, such as contested wills, financial service malpractice and unsatisfactory work from property professionals. It’s not something that any of us would like to think about – but nevertheless, I think it is something we should all bear in the back of our minds – you just never know what will happen. It pays to be prepared!

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1 Comment

  1. May 31, 2014 / 10:25 pm

    We’re always thinking about an extension too, it’s in our ten year plan which has been a ten year plan for at least 3 years now! x

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