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Our units have tilting garage doors. One of the tilting hinges needs attention. We (the OC) paid a man about $250 to tighten the spring attachment. He advised that his repair was not permanent and he quoted about $2000 to replace both hinges, which is probably a fair price.
We (the strata committee) have been advised by a handyman that hinge replacement isn’t necessary; it would suffice to brace the weakened part of the existing hinge with a cut-to-size piece of steel for perhaps $50.
The owner doesn’t think that’s good enough. But how can the committee justify $2000 when there is a much cheaper alternative? What do we tell the owner?
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