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Looks like a normal house but with some nice decorations stuck on.

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17 hours ago, johnray said:

Looks like a normal house but with some nice decorations stuck on.

 

Sorry if they didn't build 'your dream house' for the photos, as you weren't available to consult when they drew up the plans. But hopefully it was built according to the owner's building plans as printed.

 

The important thing is that the builder / general contractor builds according to plan, using adequate materials, with a crew who know what they're doing and actually completes the task within a timeline.

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13 minutes ago, RichCor said:

 

Sorry if they didn't build 'your dream house' for the photos, as you weren't available to consult when they drew up the plans. But hopefully it was built according to the owner's building plans as printed.

 

The important thing is that the builder / general contractor builds according to plan, using adequate materials, with a crew who know what they're doing and actually completes the task within a timeline.

What was labor for house you posted?

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18 hours ago, hmficc said:

Look like your brother-in-law did a great job. And yes we are impressed with your obvious wealth.

The work looks good, yes probably expensive builds...brother in law...? ha ha, well maybe but so what if the work is good...hard to find good tradesmen here so all recommendations should be welcome.

It's a pity we can't name and shame the many fly by night cowboys that masquerade as tradesmen.

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On 8/15/2020 at 6:52 PM, RichCor said:

 

Sorry if they didn't build 'your dream house' for the photos, as you weren't available to consult when they drew up the plans. But hopefully it was built according to the owner's building plans as printed.

 

The important thing is that the builder / general contractor builds according to plan, using adequate materials, with a crew who know what they're doing and actually completes the task within a timeline.

You are correct--always someone to poke at a helpful piece of information.  The houses look quite nice and it appears include a great deal of precision work, which is often difficult to have done here without problem.  Additionally, the owner shared that the build was three years ago, so plenty of time for any obvious faults to crop up.  Finding reliable contractors is a major problem so to have someone available, to at least discuss plans, is a major plus.

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12 hours ago, SammyJ said:

You are correct--always someone to poke at a helpful piece of information.  The houses look quite nice and it appears include a great deal of precision work, which is often difficult to have done here without problem.  Additionally, the owner shared that the build was three years ago, so plenty of time for any obvious faults to crop up.  Finding reliable contractors is a major problem so to have someone available, to at least discuss plans, is a major plus.

Thanks SammyJ,

 

You're right. Good work can be hard to find, which apart from pointing people to a builder I like and respect, was the only reason I started the thread, despite what the armchair smart guys think. 

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You ever see that  movie; “ Grumpy Old Men”?

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