As far as our house it has been completely framed, Windows and doors installed, roofing installed and rough mechanical almost complete. The house is due to be wrapped and sided by the end of the week.
Here's a few better pictures of the concrete.
There was what looked like a cold joint on the rear side and back of the basement walls. It basically looks like a crack but it's not. There was also 2 foam boards that were on the outside of the garage in the concrete and they where supposed to be on the inside. These are grade beams and are there for support and to keep your garage floor concrete from cracking. After talking to our PM Bill we figured it had something to do with the time between concrete trucks. It basically happens when the first truck starts to harden when the second truck is being poured. The good news is this doesn't hurt the integrity of the concrete it just looks bad. Our PM actually informed us that they are going to have the concrete company parge the left side and rear outside foundation walls to cover this.
Here's a few pictures that I have. This is the first house my wife and I are having built and I find myself there daily taking pictures. Is there anyone else who goes that often or will go that often once they start building your house?
|Looking from family room into kitchen and morning room|
|2 zone hvac. I didn't know that was coming. Nice surprise. It will only use one unit for each but still better than nothing.|
|New loft location.|
|Grey pipe is the conduit pipe I had installed. It goes straight from attic to basement. I'm going to have them add 2 2x4 to make It straighter here though.|