We're moving right along with our schedule with tile & granite installed inside and stone outside. We're officially locked out so we can only visit while someone is in the sales office. I was unsure of my granite choice for the kitchen but decided to keep it. Boy, I'm glad I did because I absolutely love it! It goes so well with the cabinets and the floor. I think it will be great with our stainless steel appliances as well. Tile was also installed in the kitchen, morning room, and upstairs bathrooms. We opted for to get it placed at a 45 degree angle in the morning room and kitchen and it makes all the difference. Upstairs the accent tile in the master bedroom is wave-y for lack of a better word. It looks like it was installed quickly and poorly. Our PM is on this and hoping to be able to get the crew to fix it. It is super disappointing since we paid for this upgrade and it looks very unprofessional. The light fixtures were installed and much to our surprise there was lights in the bedroom... anyone else have this? I was under the impression it was only a light rough-in and not the actual fixture. HVAC units were installed outside and the house was heated. Outside the stone was installed and I'm still warming up to the siding color. My hubby loves it and everyone we've showed thinks it looks very nice, so I'm not sure why I doubt it. PM thinks they will start landscaping this week and finish up tile. Not sure what else he expects to happen on the inside, but I hope to see some hardwood this week.
|Granite has a shimmer to it that I didn't notice with the sample|
|Spare Bathroom Tile & Tub|
|Tile Detail... nothing crazy, but I like it|
|Bathroom Light Fixture|
|Bedroom light fixture... not bad, we'll probably keep it for now|
|Master bathroom tub & shower|
|Detailed view of "wave-y" accent tile. Its like this in many places.|