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    Hi

    Could someone recommend a buliding company who can do everything, plumbing, electricals, decorating etc etc has to be a registered company for a insurance claim.

    I am based in Glasgow

    Many thanks

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    I can recommend my company, based North East England, but work around the country.

    Note: Your builder does not really have to be a company to do Insurance work, provided it it a legitimate business.

    Bill McCallum
    McCallum BDF Limited
    mccallum_bill@hotmail.com

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    • #3
      Hello Bill, do you have a website?
      Hello everyone else, has anyone used Bills company, or does anyone have any other personally recommended building companies in the North?

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