Boilers - Work wasn't carried out sufficiently
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If the company that installed the boiler fails to meet these obligations and you are dissatisfied with the quality of the work, you need to raise the issue with them immediately.
The company should offer to put any faults right, in a timely manner. However, if you have lost faith in the company, you could use a new engineer to have the faults put right, then claim those costs back from the original installer. You should bear in mind that, in the event the original installer refuses to pay those costs back you may need to take them to a Small Claims Court.
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