Keith Pickstock Basements

** Cowboy Builder Alert **

Keith Pickstock Basements ** undischarged bankrupt **
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What you can do  


If you are looking at this website then you have obviously met Keith Pickstock and are now considering whether to contract with him and entrust him with your money.

These are some questions which we recommend you should ask him:

1.  The contact details for all of his clients over the last five years

2.  Account for obvious gaps

3.  Why doesn't he trade as a limited company

4.  Why are his clients so far apart (all over Greater London and the surrounding counties) rather than clustered together

5.  Why he doesn't put his name on clients' hoardings - unlike any other builder, surveyor, architect, etc

4.  Why, if he's so successful, does he own neither a house nor a car

5.  The details of his bankruptcy and why his discharge has been postponed indefinitely

6.  The details of his Bankcruptcy Restriction Order


Above all you must ensure that you get a list of basements that he has actually finished - rather than being shown one that he has just started.



What you can also do:

1.  Ring The Insolvency Service - their details are given on the Undischarged Bankrupt page - and see what they have to say about Keith Pickstock

2.  Speak to all of his clients that he has let you know about

3.  E-mail us on the Contact Page with any questions you may have

4.  Talk to any professional (surveyors, Building Control, etc) who has worked with Keith Pickstock and see what they say - we can provide you with a few to start you off

5.  Talk to lots of other builders and get their quotes and ideas, and above all their payment schedules

 


Keith Pickstock Basements ** undischarged bankrupt **

PLEASE NOTE


We are not looking to prevent you from doing business with Keith Pickstock - if you want to contract with him to dig your basement and feel that you can trust him with your money, then the best of luck to you.  We just want to make sure that you have those facts available to you that we didn't when we made that choice ... and which would have persuaded us to use a different contractor.