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Businessmen from Ballarat came to rescue the Hardon.xa0The homeowner's house is not finished and has thousands of dollars worth of defects.And violationsxa0Including non-matching built-inThere is a leaking shower and bathtub inside the door, as well as unsealed tiles.The new homeowner says he will not be able to contact his builder from the mid-termJune.At least one businessman who works in his home is owed tens of thousands of dollars by his business, he said.Choose not to name a builder for legal reasons.Hayden Bladier wilballarat Hotelxa0Repair the flaws in Mr. Bridgeman's bathroom for free.Ballarat will also provide materials free of charge.Mr. Bladier will be in charge of the repair work and also recruited a builder and painter to repair it for free.He said he will re-seal the shower but may have to tear off the tiles and start over.Mr. Bladier said that he had work every month to fix the defects of bad trade skills or unpaid traders refusing to return to the site for repair.He advised homeowners to have a second opinion on the work they care about."When the house is handed over, some people don't know about the defect, and you know about the defect when you see it.Axa0A lot of builders have escaped and I just want to do it to pay forward.Mr. Bridgeman said he was overwhelmed by the offer to help fix his homexa0Within a few hours of the familyof-Three.xa0Live StoriesRepair will make their house feel more like a home, he said."It's just overwhelming."I'm a little dumbfounded, I don't know what to think, what to say," he said ."."I just hope this will help other clients of this builder finish their house.Ballarat's builders owe dozens of debts.xa0When he woke upThey are.xa0Wait for billxa0Worth thousands of dollars.xa0Or take legal action against builders.One sub-The contractor, who asked for anonymity, said thousands of people owed them money.xa0Their new business almost closed down in 2008.After breaking up in 2013, they still owe $10,000.Business owners say they 've seen builders change their names three times and see customers trying to make their money worth the money and they burst into tears."Sometimesxa0"My partner was very upset when she came home because his customers shed tears, describing their heartache about their experience of building connections with these companies," she said .".Since last November, painter Kay McPhee has owed $12,500.Mr. McPhee was initially owed $25,000, and "a lot of time and effort" was rewarded in half, but he said that the builder could not contact now."The reason we took the job was because it was a quiet time because I had more than 12 employees who didn't want to fire anyone," Mr mcphey said ."."We feel sorry for our customers because they (builders) don't pay for the transaction and can't get the job done.Cabinet Manufacturersxa0Said Brad Lockyer.xa0After decorating three houses, it owed $12,500.See the revolving door of a merchant.In one case, the homeowner made three different bricklayers on his house, divided into two batches of bricks.Many homeowners say their house is hot-Up to four batches of bricks of different colors.Another customer saidxa0Three plumbers.He signed up to work on his building and took nearly four years to finish it."People like this can't get away with it all the time," Mr Lockyer said ."."The problem is that when he (builder) doesn't pay for transportation, there are three in the endxa0Or four.xa0A different companyxa0Work.Things are sure to be missed, which leads to problems that he has never bothered to solve.