The walk took around an hour and the RBM took the time to go through each point one at a time to make sure I understood the issue and how it would be fixed. It really helped put my mind at ease regarding some of these issues.
I also took this opportunity to point out some other smaller issues that I had noticed that I wanted addressed. Things like cracked door frame, wrong colour walls and curved or bowed skirting. All of which the RBM assured me would be fixed.
At this stage of the build the floor leveling had started in preparation of the tilers starting. This involved grinding down raised sections of the concrete slab or raising it up by using self leveling mortar. They also prepared the shower bases.
|Slab being ground down so it would be more level|
A few days later we had a peak through the windows and noticed the Caesarstone benches in the ensuite, bathroom and kitchen had been installed. It was an awesome surprise as we were under the impression it was still weeks away and we had been hanging out to get a look at it!
|Caesarstone bench in Fresh Concrete|
|Ensuite Caesarstone in Raw Concrete|
|Main bathroom Caesarstone in Fresh Concrete|
|Dining Room - Galileo Disk Grey Glazed Porcelain 600X600|
|Looking towards powder room and bathroom|
|Looking towards laundry|
|Vertical style cladding. Should be horizontal|