Target TV Show – Onduline Roofing Failure Episode – Featuring Philip O’Sullivan

December 16, 2013

 

Philip O’Sullivan, a Director at Prendos New Zealand Ltd, comments on the lack of protection for homeowners against imported building materials and the ease with which importers can exploit weaknesses in the New Zealand systems for importing/distributing building materials.

Please note that TV3 has taken down season 13 of Target from their on demand site since they are now in season 14.

We are in the process of attempting to procure some footage from this episode as you will likely find out more about the real world experience of onduline users in NZ on this program than anywhere else.

 

Click Here to watch this episode of Target at the TV3 On Demand website.

 

Onduline Roofing Failure - Target TV Show NZ

 

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