Miller, WarrenExtension Rip Off

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Warren Miller traded as Sheil and Miller Construction (General Builders) until dissolved 23/06/2009. Now believed to be working as a plasterer or plastering 'gangman' in the Gloucester area. This man plasterboarded over a roof void in our new bedroom without insulation of any sort: no Celotex, no fibreglass: nothing. Left no access hatch and plastered the ceiling without telling us, taking no account of Building Regs. No way we can now add insulation without ripping the ceiling down. Miller and his mates perpetrated a host of other bodges on our property which cost us a small fortune to put right. Paid this guy a substantial upfront payment: he walked off site when things started to go wrong with the job and wouldn't put right his shoddy workmanship. Known throughout the Gloucester building trade as 'Worzel', this guy is huge: tall, very stockily built and quite unmistakeable. Often works with his father who is a skinny little joiner called John. Worked during 2007 for the notorious CMD Construction Services Ltd of Gloucester who have a prosecution pending in 2010. He managed to get out of CMD just before the Police closed in, then proceded to carry on work with a number of their projects. In our case we'd already been swindled by CMD and he managed to rip us off further. He's plausible, matey even, but don't be fooled by the glib talk. Don't let this man rip you off too!

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