I stopped by today and found that the shower and tub tile had been installed (very nice), my espresso vanity upgrade has finally arrived, the kitchen cabinets and island are installed, appliances in the Family Room ready to go, all of the doors and trim and at least a few coats of primer. I also found a big "NOT APPROVED" notice from the County taped to my beautiful kitchen cabinets.
For what you ask? The basement plumbing rough-in. I had a hunch that is was not positioned correctly (as noted in my previous post).
I also found that the HVAC unit had been relocated. My unfinished storage space seems to have some sort of plumbing leak. The insulation around the pipe is hanging off of the wall and damp to touch.
The basement walls have some bulging & cracking at the (drywall) seams.
Mismatched trim on the capped wall at the bottom of the stairs.
I try not to nitpick every little thing but seriously?! I would much rather my PM bring this stuff to my attention, like "Hey, if you stop by you might see this but don't worry" than for me to have to bring it to his.
I know you all think I'm being too nice (& you're right, my whole family thinks I'm a push over) but at this point Im over it. I'm a get it right the first time person and I think I've been a little too relaxed when it comes to these bloopers. A home inspection is at the TOP of my list and a walk through to point out my issues and understand the remedy.
My first thought was to stop going by all together and just show up after closing and hope to have a nice, thoroughly constructed home but I don't know, something about that gives me heartburn.
Of course I was so pissed that I didn't take pictures. Maybe this weekend.