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Old 02-10-2016, 06:21 PM   #16
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brian..well I do agree with most of the comments here...it should work... but its tight..not the way I would have roughed it in.. because I like to have alittle more room to work with as your concern suggest.. as mentioned you sign the checks... you can tell the g.c you want it changed because it too close to suit you...if he refuses leave it go till trim time. then see if it was worth it ....if not leave it go...if it was hold the payment till its changed.
Thanks. Yeah, it's all pre-paid and I'm fighting a bunch of other battles right now (like some really bad carpentry). So I'll just plan to watch like a hawk when the plumber is doing his work.

There's always a chance that the countertop fabricators/installers won't be OK with it too. It doesn't give them much margin for getting the sink in place. But I'll let them drive that bus, so I'm not just another annoying customer who isn't a plumber and doesn't know the trades but tries to act like he does.
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Thanks. Yeah, it's all pre-paid and I'm fighting a bunch of other battles right now (like some really bad carpentry). So I'll just plan to watch like a hawk when the plumber is doing his work.

There's always a chance that the countertop fabricators/installers won't be OK with it too. It doesn't give them much margin for getting the sink in place. But I'll let them drive that bus, so I'm not just another annoying customer who isn't a plumber and doesn't know the trades but tries to act like he does.
well sorry to hear its pre-paid...agree with you all you can do is watch at this point.... hope it all turns out for the best...ben
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