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    engineered wood flooring
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    • 16th May 13, 9:02 AM
    engineered wood flooring 16th May 13 at 9:02 AM
    Had engineered wood floor just laid had new skirting board put in.
    The fitter's said the electric sockets had to be moved and I needed to get a electrician to do this. He currently has removed the socket and put the skirting board on top waiting for me to find an electrician for them to be relocated.

    Is this normal practice? I would have though that if they removed them to be relocated they would do it with in the price quoted. As they were able to inspect the property before they quoted and gave the price.

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