NSW Tiling warranty certificate

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by RichardN, 6th Feb, 2020.

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  1. RichardN

    RichardN Well-Known Member

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    Recently tiler finished tiling kitchen, dining hall and bedroom at my place. As committed, he has given 7 years warranty but it's on excel sheet written as attached pic. Is it sufficient to go back to him if something goes wrong.
     

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    RichardN Well-Known Member

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    Any advise on this pls. I am paying inovice to the tiler this morning so thinking of its ok to pay full payment with the warranty on invoice.
     
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    Ensure the tiler is licensed (may be too late) and the contractors name and abn are on the invoice and i would think you will be ok unless the scope of works involves a certifier who may want a certificate of compliance depending on the works undertaken. edit...Job address should be on invoice as well
     
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  4. RichardN

    RichardN Well-Known Member

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    Yes, he is licensed tiler and received an invoice for the job. Called Fair trading,they said that invoice with warranty information is enough for the works below $5k.

    Thanks @keenas
     
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