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not sure if the NHBC can help you on this , it sounds more like a job for your solicitor who did the transfer
yes with experience you can get an idea by running something hard along it....however there needs to be a test done by you or by the builder
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i have looked back through a lot of our clients reports and cannot find the same notation or a key
i suspect its a code to say that its for...
Yes anything outside the house is not covered
You might want to check your home insurance covers you
Looking at your comms and photos
There is a variety of issues.. Some normal and acceptable and some not
Nhbc guide to good brickwork is a start...
yep ...you got to wait for your paperwork to go through before making a complaint
get an inspection and report from a landscaper , and pay them...
Nhbc states that issues with glass should be reported within 7 days
However.. You're right it's unlikely you cracked it.... Try to appeal to...
Call new build inspections.. We will be happy to talk it through with you
Do you mean glass or frame?????
Easiest and cheapest option is to go on net and get hold of the Nhbc guide
A guide to good brickwork
That will answer many of your questions...
there are no rules as such
most builders will not let you inspect prior to completion
its a totally unfair system , the govt is considering...
typically your NHBC WARRANTY will only cover your house ...and nothing else
your solicitor will need to ensure that protection / provision is...
most builders contracts will contain weazel words in them that will allow them to make changes to your property
the builders code of...
download the decorating section from the nhbc standards ...and compare to what you have
if youre still not sure , talk to a decorator
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i cant see how painting the floor would invalidate the warranty
to be sure though call the NHBC
we have found all sorts of surprises hidden in pipes over the years ...and floors and lofts for that matter
usually a result of contractors not...