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not visually it only became obvious when i was wallpapering, it wasnt lumps and bumps it was the walls being out from top to bottom and being a staircase its not obvious to the eye. you would only know if you had decorated yourself which the customer said he had done, knowing this why would he not have informed me and asked if the paper was appropriate for the walls?
is that what i have paid £38 for
The day i went to talk to the house holder i mentioned the state of the walls and he responded "you dont have to tell me about the walls mate ive decorated it myself".
the reason i didnt stop was that the wife is having an operation today and said she didnt want me there while she was recovering at home, so i think i would have got as bad a reaction by leaving the work unfinished.
As a decorator of 30 years i think the job done was as good as they would have got from anyone under the circumstances and only by standing inches away can you see any of the faults caused by the bent walls, so my opinion is that the customer just doesnt want to pay. He admitted that they had used the same decorator for years when they couldnt do the work themselves and i am amased they didnt use him again as if anyone had known the problems that i came across then he was the man for the job.