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Fencing Contractor advice

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Joined: 23/July/2008
Location: Australia
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    Posted: 29/January/2015 at 17:03
hey guys,
About 7 months ago I had a large fence installed to block off our yard for a new puppy.
6 weeks ago the large double gate we had installed wont close properly as it seems the gate has shifted about 1 - 2mm making it hard to lock the gate. The both gates need to be simultaneously closed in order for the lock to fit into place where before you could just shut each gate individually.
I have contacted the contractor and he says he will get to look at it but it has been over a month now with constant guarantees he will be in to see me the next day etc with no show at all. The items were purchased from our town fencing building supplies,
Is there any legal advice i can have that will fix this situation.. the gate is clearly faulty as we have always had it shut or open with blocks holding it so it doesnt swing in the wind.


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