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We offer legal protection and peace of mind to householders and contractors by providing legally binding, digital contracts.
By having a legal contract in place with Molior, householders can sleep easy knowing their project will be completed as described, and contractors needn’t worry about not being paid.
Our philosophy is simple really. We make building better and safer for everyone involved.
We’re all about making your life simpler and safer, which is why our service is so straight forward.
1 First, you’ll need to sign up and create an account with us. If you didn’t already know, it’s free! With Molior, you don’t have to pay a penny until you’ve agreed the terms, milestones and costs of the project with the other party.
2 Once all of the above has been agreed on and you’ve created a project, you’ll be charged a one off fee of £49.99 for our services.
3 Finally, once your project is in place, it’s time for both parties to sign the digital contract giving everyone involved Molior protection. Should the worst happen and something goes wrong with your project, simply print out your digital contract and present it to your solicitor. This will act as evidence in and out of a court room, and ensure a fair result is reached.
It really is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
It’s impossible to know what’s around the corner, but it’s always better to be prepared. Molior contracts can protect you from whatever problems may be lurking and save you:
After a string of bad building experiences, Molior entered the marketplace in 2012. Our first hand experience of botched up building work and through-the-roof prices is what makes us so passionate about our service - we’ve experienced what it’s like being on the wrong end of a renovation or extension, twice!
2007 might not be a memorable year for most, but for us it’s as clear as yesterday - and not for the right reasons.
A year after moving to Manchester, we decided to extend our home to accommodate our growing family. We put a plan together, set an affordable budget and reached out to tradesmen for some quotes.
With my father a roofer, being brought up surrounded by the building trade and a background in the plumbing and heating industry, I set myself the task of managing the extension. With my sights securely set on my dream extension being built within budget, I got to work drafting in tradespeople when required, ordering materials and ensuring work was completed to schedule.
So far, so smooth, right? Oh how wrong I was.
The costs soon started soaring through the roof, and my affordable budget became nothing but a distant memory.
Buying in materials for builders to nab and use on other jobs, and being let down by tradesmen who offered the world and failed to deliver, were just a couple of the factors that crashed my extension dreams.
I wasn’t the first and, unfortunately, I won’t be the last to fall for some of the industry’s biggest traps.
Five years later and my wife was ready for another renovation. Alarm bells relentlessly rung in my head as I relived bitter flashbacks from our last building project.
I dreaded the thought of suffering the same issues as last time, so this time around I drafted in three builders and carefully selected the one I thought was best for the job.
At first, everything went swimmingly. However, things soon took a turn for the worst.
A slight change was made to our original plans which meant the build cost was reduced - both of which were agreed with the builder, verbally.
My relationship with the builder fast turned sour, to the point he would only communicate with my wife. He became intent on trying to add unwanted extras onto our project - they were good ideas mind, but simply out of our budget.
Low and behold, our money dried up before the project was completed. No money. Unfinished building work. Nothing but a verbal agreement to fall back on. Great.
And that’s when we came up with Molior Building Intermediaries. If we’d have had a legally binding contract in place, we could have saved ourselves a shed load of money, time and stress.
We used our bad experiences to come up with a unique solution that helps both homeowners and contractors, so that you don’t have to go through the hassle we did.