Then his cellphone rang again, so he chatted some more.After the chat, he came through the house in his boots without wiping his feet and inspected the various rooms in the house with television sets and where we have internet access.Between running cables and answering the cellphone, the work grinded on for several hours.
You would also have to overhear cellphone conversations continually as their phones ring all the time, and they do speak rather loudly.
They would also come to your home with dirty boots, so your carpets would need some work after.
Here is how it went for us: After the van with two workers came by, they informed us that they had to install a box and that they wanted to run the cables to the front of the house because they believed that it was easier to work from there.
I informed one of the workers that we cannot allow the box to be placed there and that he kindly place the junction box to the back of the house and split the cables from there.
(See above) I pointed this out to the workman in charge and he assured me that when they were finished running the cables, they would fix it.
They continued running wires and chatting on cellphones while I just hoped this could be over.Then the other worker wanted too and we also got him some.A workman’s cellphone rang and he chatted for a while.I pointed out to the head workman the size of the chunks of concrete that broke off and he informed me that it is normal for this to happen when drilling.He said that I could just mix some cement and fix that for myself.I called Flow cable office and reported the bad job and asked that they have it repaired.