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Re: Delay with kitchen install due to weather??? reallly2
Feb 07, 2020 9:43 pm
It would depend on how close they can get the truck to the house and how heavy the rain is, but as someone who installs cabinets I'd certainly prefer not have to walk them through the rain to install them. A bit of water isn't going to hurt them but you don't want to screw damp carcasses together so all in all I can't blame them. I'd cancel an install if I knew it was going to be pouring.
It may also be a convenient excuse by your builder but with some of the weather you guys are having over east it may be quite valid.
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Re: Delay with kitchen install due to weather??? reallly3
Feb 08, 2020 10:44 am
I agree with chippy however imo some builder these days are so time inefficient. Doesn't care how long the build will take.
Some of the jobs can be done simultaneously, for example, balcony installation and airconditioning rough in. But no, they will spread it out throughout the timeline. My façade paint job was left hallway finished considering it has only 2 pillars. Don't think it's the lack of tradies because housing market has slowed down
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