Firm steps in after trader ‘botches bathroom adaptation’

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A building company and charity have stepped in to complete an adapted bathroom conversion in Cambridgeshire after a local tradesman failed to finish the disabled-friendly bathroom to standard.

The military charity paid building firm, NuRoomz, to install the bathroom after tradesman, Les Crofts, reportedly ‘left a mess’ which cost around £4,500 to fix.

The bathroom was being installed for an army corporal who was injured on duty and medically retired.

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Crofts is reportedly responsible for a series of failed enterprises and has since closed his firm, it is understood.

According to the Wisbech Standard, Crofts sub-contracted the work out to another labourer, who the client said made the work look as though it had been ‘done by a five-year-old’.

She is reported to have cut herself and said that the electrics were not safe, with no RCD breaker.

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