But, she somehow fails to let the builders know they’re at the wrong house.
After getting 2.7m views on her first TikTok video, Chloe updated her followers in another TikTok.
This time, the builders can be seen in her back garden pulling out wooden decking.
Now probably would’ve have been a good time to say something...
Instead, Chloe said: “Well, they’re at the wrong house but I’m not going to stop them because I’d love to have free concrete - or a deck, whatever they’re building.
“I’ll let you know in part three how it looks.”
This update does even better than her last, with a staggering 15.2m views.
In the third part, Chloe is inside her home and she talks about what is happening while the builders continue to work outside.
In the vide, which you can watch in full here, she explains: “Okay, so they’re here now, but obviously they’re not finished and there’s no way I’m telling them about it.
“I’m going to tell them when they’re done. I want whatever they’re doing down, and then I’m going to be, like, ‘Wrong house!’.”
We can’t imagine that will go down too well with the builders...
(Left) The first video shows stones being poured out in the TikToker’s front drive (Right) In part four where Chloe shows an update of her back garden that the builders are working onTikTok/chloefountainn
For her fourth update, she explains that, because the work was meant to be for another house, she doesn’t know what her garden will look like.
“Update number four. Like I said, I do not know if this is going to be concrete or a deck. It’s a complete surprise because they’re at the wrong house, right?
“So if you know what this is going to be - it’s all stone - let me know.”
To answer people’s questions about payment, she wrote in her caption: “Yes I’ll pay lol.”
Before this update, people had been reminding Chloe that she would have to pay for the work, with some even accusing her of “theft.”
One person said: “They’ll make you pay if they find this video.”
“But you’re gonna have to pay after so it’s not free,” another person wrote.
Someone else replied: “This is theft of service.”
“If she is really letting them work and they’re not supposed to be there is she gonna pay them after they’re done? If not that’s theft,” a fourth person commented.
Others, meanwhile, had a hard time believing that Chloe’s story was genuine, insisting in the comments that the TikToker must have contracted the builders in the first place.
One person wrote: “People are so gullible if they think this is real.”
“Getting staged vibes,” another person commented.
Someone else added: “Wouldn’t they have had plans before they got there?”