The first thing we saw when we walked in was blue tape everywhere. Our PM really has an eye for imperfections. Love it!
They also finished fixing the bathroom window. I was so worried about that, but it's all level now--window and sill.
There were also a couple of things we weren't too happy about (in addition to unflushed pee in our toilet and chewing tobacco spit in the sink). If you've read my blog, you might remember the question about that pesky Broan range hood in the garage. When our appliances arrived, I figured the hood was for someone else since our GE Profile hood had been delivered. Not so much. Our GE Profile hood is nowhere in sight and the Broan is plugged in, but not yet hung. I'm not trying to be too picky, but we paid for the package with MATCHING appliances--including the GE range hood. All stainless isn't created equally and there is a slight difference between the Broan and the GE stainless color. Also, the GE profile hood doesn't have any buttons on the front. While neither are all that attractive, at least the GE has clean lines. Here's the Broan:
We talked to our SR and tried to reason through this. Maybe they chose this one because of the new outdoor venting requirements and the issue with this vent coming into the top of the hood vice the back. My response was to find a GE profile hood that would fit the situation. We'll see what happens.
I also questioned why our dining room light is the same as the one in the foyer, which is definitely not right. The SR said he's pretty sure that was done to pass an inspection and that it's only temporary. This is probably why they lock people out during this stage. :)
Here are a couple more pics of St. Cecilia. It looks completely different in the day light than it does under those harsh CFLs.
More random pics of the house...can you believe there's still another month until we close?!
|Bonus room w/ Level A Thornwood carpet|
|Rushmore Butterscotch Glaze vanity & Absolute Black granite|
|First floor panorama|