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what the feck have i done

Post by SMUDGER » 16 Oct 2016, 20:49

Well been a while people have had to enjure me.
So what have I been upto started my own business couple week ago,
Need double glazing, conservatorie any building work give me a shout.
But my worse sin I bought a Saab 9-3 2-0 turbo drop top. I miss my bike
The 125 is lonely in the garage but few more jobs and I'm treatin myself

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Post by Barts dad » 17 Oct 2016, 22:31

Loved my Saab convertible when I had mine.

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Post by rumpoldstilskin » 17 Oct 2016, 22:56

Feck loads of power and front wheel spin is my only saab 93 turbo experience, great cars

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Re: what the feck have i done

Post by lee » 18 Oct 2016, 07:52

New job recommending builders?
Or you are the builder?

Either way good luck.

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Re: what the feck have i done

Post by Stumoores » 18 Oct 2016, 15:13

Checkatrade.com saab's are uber cool
Revving the bollox off it since 1982

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Re: what the feck have i done

Post by SMUDGER » 19 Oct 2016, 01:57

I own a building firm now lee, I have contractors for everything I personally do all windows doors and conservatories
Yes the car is awesome lost my brakes coming down the struggle kirkstone pass
On my 3rd set of tyres 210bhp is fun
Buy 23mpg

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Re: what the feck have i done

Post by Dave » 19 Oct 2016, 16:56

dont forget to register with FENSA smudge good luck with the new job ....
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Re: what the feck have i done

Post by Occams Razor » 19 Oct 2016, 21:16

Dave wrote:dont forget to register with FENSA smudge good luck with the new job ....
Yeah, don't forget to register your scheme with HMRC as well if you're using contractors.

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Post by SMUDGER » 19 Oct 2016, 23:31

Dave wrote:dont forget to register with FENSA smudge good luck with the new job ....
Don't really need it Dave due to new council regulations all fitters should be telling customers they need a local authority certificate of work to be able to sell house which ill be putting in all jobs, fensa only check 3 jobs and you reged local council check all

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Re: what the feck have i done

Post by lee » 20 Oct 2016, 20:19

Anyone can fit.
I did the same on a house i owned.
Got the council to inspect and certify.
The reason for fensa registration is for the exact same reason.
Cos anyone can fit.
The scheme was designed to try and weed out the cowboys.
Members need to offer guarantees etc (10 years when i was in that game).
All the bigger firms register as its a good selling point.

Smaller firms dont bother and get work with lower prices.

Ive seen both good and truly awful stuff from both when customers have needed a visit from the manufacturer.


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