I see you all have had big time progress. Some have cabinets, some have siding, others have beautiful tile, and still others are weeks away from closing. I'm trying not to be too envious.
Here's where we are:
To say I'm bummed is an understatement. I read everyone's blogs when I put our daughter down for her nap. Every single day those of you who started a week or two before us jump further ahead. I'm happy for all of you and so sad for us.
Here's a quick recap of this week:
-I realized that along with our missing window we have three broken windows.
-We have a French door as our option and it's sitting in the garage. The one piece of work they did do this week was install a sliding door. WRONG. I emailed the PM and he claims it will be corrected.
-There has been a few inches of standing water in the house since it has started. I saw the pump going to get it out finally. Our basement stairs have been sitting in that water for about 4 weeks now. At this point I want new stairs. I know the lumber is treated but I don't think it's treated to sit in water for weeks.
-it rained a LOT when we were first framed. There was insulation sitting in the middle of the family room when all that rained happened. It was dirty and wet by the time the storm was over. Guess where that insulation is? Stuffed in the wall between our master tub and the wall. Isn't that nice?
Readers, I promise you I'm not a drag. I'm actually a fun person. I laugh. I live. I have good times. I wanted this to be a happy chronicle of events. At this point I feel like Ryan is Dracula and I'm the victim while they suck the happiness and life out of me. One week they were on a mad dash to do work, now it sits. Today more severe weather rolls in. We are still missing windows so I'm sure our basement will fill back up.... More delays.
Everyone else your homes look beautiful! I'm hoping at this point we will be in by the New Year. Still no pre drywall date either. Pretty ridiculous at this point to be at week 6 1/2 weeks and still hanging here with the "shell".
Ryan Homes I know you read these blogs. Do something, ok?