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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:29 pm 
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We’re in the process of extending and renovating our house which includes replacing the roof on the conservatory with a solid roof.
We have to have wider flashing than usual due to an RSJ which would otherwise be exposed. We came home to find this cut across the bricks. Our builder was devastated (he wasn’t here when the roofing company did it). We asked for work to be stopped on the roof until we can discuss it but they ignored this and started to add flashing. We’ve said we won’t accept the wide flashing cut into the brick like this so they’ve stepped the lead an used something to try to fill in the cut!

Just checking that we are right not to accept this?

We expect them to pay to replace the damaged bricks and to properly step in the lead flashing.
Sorry I don’t seem able to add photos.

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Pictures will really help, I guess yours are too big, see my signature regarding how to post / re size pictures.

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