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Do you have to pay an excessively high invoice from a contractor?


It may have happened to you: the final invoice of a contractor mentions additional elements compared to the quote you agreed to. As a result, you have to pay a higher price. If the surcharge is minimal, you probably frown your eyebrows, but you pay dutifully.


But where do you draw the line?


From when is an invoice unreasonable?

My experience of years 


The architect just doesn't want to come into conflict with his contractors because he has to work with them all the time, and in most cases with the client only once. So he will always have to smooth out the folds between the two parties. notice something about it. At least he usually gives the impression to the Builder that he is on his side!


Errors in implementation are therefore not always reported to the client. Not all architects work like this, there are also those who are correct to all parties and do a good job, but you never know for sure until your own experience with a_cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_architect and the contractor. 

Experience shows that quite a few people do not know how to react if they come into conflict with their contractor. to target. therefore let VGN Expert assist you to map out all problems and look for a solution between you, contractor and architect.

My clients testify




We called on Noël for our total renovation, unfortunately we did this too late, so the damage had already been done. However, Noël has pulled out all the stops to document all incorrect performances. Noël has a very 'to the point' approach and an enormous amount of technical knowledge.

He knows how to ask the right questions to the right parties, as a result of which many matters have come to light in a relatively short period of time. We as laymen were also informed about certain standards / working methods in construction.

We would therefore certainly like to recommend Noël if you need guidance with the purchase / renovation / ... of your property.


Steven Geerts & Nicky Driesen

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