This is it. It HAS to be the last day of rectification work. They should have finished on Friday but they didn’t so they came back yesterday. They didn’t finish so they came back today. Well, at least the painter came. And the varnisher came.
Once again it looks like a construction site! And yesterday afternoon I insisted that Adam fix a temporary light in the breakfast area so that the painter could work in some light -yes, I too did not believe that the painter worked there without any direct light, relying on lighting from the dining area and the yard!!!!
Of course once the temporary light was fixed you saw all the imperfections on the wall! The painter applied plaster (again) and then it looked like art! Maybe that’s what I should do when I finally settle down – paint the walls with my own art.
I’m completely disillusioned and take back what I said at the beginning – that I was impressed with the attention to detail and quality of work. Sure, if anyone were to look at the end product you would think that its simple and straightforward. Just tell them what you want and they’ll do it. It just ain’t that easy in reality. Adam needs better quality control upfront and this will reduce rectification works. I guess that’s not how they work. Its just how I would do things.
Anyway I told him, THIS IS IT. Everything gets fixed today. Not more of the same. And it applies to the wall painting and the defective woodwork in the foyer partition and the AV cabinet.