Hi We contracted a company in to move a portacabin, it was remaining on the same site just in a different location. The company we got in didn't survey the job, I gave them size of portacabin and described the job it needed to lift over a 4m tree so it wasn't straight forward, because of this they wouldn't give a price, they would just charge an hourly rate £65 per hour plus travel to and from they're yard, this was agreed it would be an hourly rate. The guy turned up to move it but the lorry was to small to lift over the tree, I believe the problem was the reach of the crane rather than height restrictions or weight limit, so off he went to get a bigger lorry. He returned with a bigger lorry and was finished by 11.30am started at 8am, when the cabin was moved they didn't even level it, I thought this would be normal practice, surely you don't move a portacabin and leave un levelled? Anyway I received the bill which was for 6 hours, I presume I'm being charged the time to switch lorries, it's a max 30 mile drive each way for them, so if I said 2 hours travel and 2 hours to move it that would be reasonable in my eyes, I didn't give them the distance the crane would need to reach out other than it needs to clear a 4m tree, and to be fair they didn't ask. Do I have to pay the 6 hours or can I contest it, where do I go bearing in mind I now have to level it!