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Where have all the builders gone? Part 2

Category: Barn Conversion Journal July 2nd, 2007 by mbc

Déjà vu

I seem to have been here before!

With detailed plans and a bill of quantities all worked out, quotes from builders are the latest task to appear on the horizon. So off I go again working my list through wrong numbers, unreturned calls, incorrect messages, retirees, long backlogs and lack of tradesmen.

Do I give the impression that this isn’t my favourite part of the game?

So, I’ve got one builder quoting so far; wish me luck with the rest.

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