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#112834 10/05/01 11:38 PM
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Showed up at this house for trim out to find furniture everywhere. Only temp lights and 6 temp GFCI receptacle circuits are connected, all other circuits are waiting, and now I can barely get to the panel. GC didn't meet the deadline, now I'm going to pay for it in aggravation...

The job that never ends... (Same "nightmare house" that I roughed-in in August)

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#112835 10/06/01 07:11 AM
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hmmm,
how about a contractual addendum like..

"stumbling over other trades"

or

"trim out after occupancy"

#112836 10/07/01 08:55 AM
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This is certainly something we don't run into out here on new construction (this wasn't a remodel, was it?).
Until everything is finalled, an owner can't move in a stick of furniture. To do so would incur major inspection dept. wrath.


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