- The subfloor upstairs in our master closet and the second bathroom is cracked and will cause problems with the flooring if it is not replaced. PM said they would cut out the section that is damaged and replace it.
- We had a window replaced on the first floor in the front of the house because there was a crack in the corner of it. The new window that they put it also has a crack in a different location. They are now 0 for 2. PM said they would replace it again.
- In the living room, the part of the wall that holds all of the heating ducts was not squared up and my dad said that you could see that it was slightly bowed. It needs to be fixed if we want a straight wall when they come to drywall. PM again said that they would fix this.
- The molding they had put up around the garage door was completely cracked through and hanging off (I'm assuming due to the cold). That will also be replaced.
- My dad had noticed that none of the piping coming in and out of the house had been caulked and insulated and that needs to be done in order to assure we don't get any drafts. PM said the insulation guys will caulk all the piping.
- There was a joist upstairs in the master bath on the outside wall that had "bowed" written on it but they never put a sister stud nailed next to it to fix it. PM said they would make sure they did this.
Another thing that I noticed from the 100 pictures that my mom took...was that there is only one outlet on the wall where we will put our bed in the master bedroom!! And I made sure to look in the model at where the outlets were in the master bedroom exactly for this reason. Now, here is my reasoning behind it. My fiance and I both have a nightstand with a lamp on it. And we also both plug in our cell phones there at night to charge them. Now, I know...we could also use a powerstrip but I WOULD HAVE ADDED AN OUTLET HAD I KNOWN THERE WAS ONLY ONE!! I might ask our PM if there is anyway at all that we can add another one on that back wall.
But otherwise, that was basically it. My dad had a question about a drain in front of our basement window and if it could be moved because we would be concerned with it somehow leaking and getting in the basement. Next week, it looks like they will make the repairs and then start with insulation and drywall. Since I was able to be at the meeting, our PM said that he would give me a personal walkthrough during our mid-winter break in two weeks. I will be so happy to see the drywall and really get a feeling for the size of the rooms! I will post some of the 100 pictures that my mom took at the walkthrough tomorrow once I get them uploaded. :)