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angelaharding85 wrote: »
Power shower? Blimey we haven't even got a shower....and I told them when I was pg how was I meant to get in and out of bath and they didn't care!!!!:mad:
leanne82duke wrote: »
....... how can theses people get away with making so many people so desperate and miserable?
kirstyhelenlockwood wrote: »
We live in a pretty run doen grade 5 quarter, but it is big - much bigger than we could afford in civvie street. MHS have actually tried really hard since they strated, but I would be so bold as to say, they couldn't really have gotten any worse.
I have had to call out MHS many many times and they really are very good. I have been so surprised, especially as othe civilian contractors to the forces can be really obnoxious and difficult. DE really need a kick up the backside as they can be really obtrusive on the phone, especially during the busy summer. One friend tried to see them in perosn and they were refused into the office.
kitchpoo wrote: »
By the way - Joshua George was born today at 10:23 - Mum and baby doing really well!!
EmmaWD wrote: »
Congratulations, and welcome to your new arrival.
I have to say that recently MHS have got MUCH better (or the contractors have maybe, I don't know which), having said that, it could not have been a lot worse than last year when I was heavily pregnant and left with no flushing toilet for 6 days and told to use a bucket or a neighbours toilet (I am sure they would have loved the 6 million times I needed to wee in the night lol) while I waited for an appointment to sort it, with NO reply to my letter of complaint :mad:
At Christmas when my cooker broke though, they were out within 24 hours to replace it which was great :T
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