Helpful Homemaking tip...:
Being realistic in contractor pricing may save you trouble down the road. All too often people use the contractor that provides the lowest price for a job, figuring that even if something goes wrong they can always have it fixed down the road with the money they saved. Receiving a quote that sounds too good to be true usually is too good to be true. Shoddy cheaper materials translate into recurring problems far too frequently. If a contractor is over-extending himself there's a greater likelihood of a mathematical error. In the end, a job that is easiest on the wallet may not always be easiest on the emotions.
In Plumber news...:
Wrench clue to S Auckland murder? (NZCity) - South Auckland police investigating the murder of Iulio Naea eight days ago want information about a distinctive plumber's pipe wrench. The heavy tool was used to beat Mr Naea before his death and was found at the scene. The wrench has orange paint on it and is labelled 'Exploit heavy duty 12 inch'.