One expert claims fixing “poorly done” home repairs arising from the Christchurch earthquake could cost $1 billion.
In an article by Newstalk ZB, structural engineer John Scarry said he is yet to see a competent repair in 140 Christchurch repair jobs he has assessed. He reportedly said repairs done by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) and other insurers were cosmetic.
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