Asking because I just don't know - don't mind paying if it's what I should be doing, not keen to be done over for not knowing!
We're having house renovation work done, and the builder's are piling their rubble next to a section of hedge at the front of the house (amongst other places!). Chap came today to cut our hedge and broke his cutting thing on a piece of rebar that was in the hedge.
He's said he'll add the cost of repair to our invoice - somewhere between £100 and £200.
Is that how these things work?
Edit: am inclined to think that paying is fair, and that I'm only asking because a) I am wound up by eBay buyer giving unwarranted grief (he came and happily collected the bath and toilet and is now saying he thought he was getting a sink as well!) and b) the house work is going to take an extra month as a wall now how to have new foundations and be rebuilt