Sunday, November 11, 2012

Potential setback? - UPDATED -

UPDATE - Adam got back to me really quick.  I wasn't expecting him to reply until tomorrow!  Anyway he said, its an issue he was already aware of and they will get a plumber to come out to fix them all.  He also implied that this would not cause a delay in the rest of the construction.
I was going over the pictures that I took yesterday and something didn't feel right.  I was also still pondering why they didn't work this weekend like they were planning to.  Adam answered my email this afternoon which is awesome.  He said the fork lift broke down!  Bummer right?!  Oh well, stuff happens.

Anyway this picture was really bothering me:

 See how the wall is partially obscuring the opening?  Well I went back today and looked at the other units.  Ours wasn't nearly as bad as this guys...

This is what it should look like...


Some of our new neighbors were there and also their parents.  Her dad explained to me that they will probably have to dig out the concrete around the pipe and install an elbow to make the pipe come out at the right location.  Hopefully it will be easy to fix and won't hold back the progress too much!  I emailed the pictures to Adam to get his take on it.


  1. Congrats on your home! We signed our agreement on 9/22/12 and are still waiting for our "final approval" but our SR and LO say it's coming they are just getting their final documents together. We're suppose to break ground on Monday. I'm so glad I found another Mozart blog since there are practically NONE!

    1. Thanks! Congrats to you too! I know what you mean about the lack of Mozart blogs. Its one of the reason's I decided to start my own. Thanks for visiting. :)

  2. Welcome Welcome Welcome to the RH Family Blog Land!!

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  3. You have a great blog here! It's interesting to see the townhomes go up, I guess they have to sell all the units before they can begin each row? My SIL lives in a townhouse, so this is extra fascinating for me. And in other family connections, my brother and his wife used to live in Ashburn. Not sure where, and they're now in Berryville, but I always get a little thrill when I can say "I know where that is!" :)