Mmmh... garden looking good but is that a baby bump or someone getting pompouy? 55
I noticed the same thing here with a new build not far away, range hood, air cons crooked, (perhaps the ceiling was not level). Power outlets were crooked and gaps between them and the walls, ie, covers did not go all the way over hole. I think that I will follow the Kaptain's lead and mark everything with a laser level for them.1080;300672 said:I think it was Zab who mentioned that he bought a spirit level for his renovating crew, wish I done the same. No photos but old mate electrician could have used one when mounting power and light switches the walls. At least they all worked.
It's a big reason I have always been reluctant to buy a place or better said......would be.1080;300676 said:Yer any sort of level would have been handy 55 The block work and general construction seems to fine but the joker with the level must have cleared out before the finishing stage.
I do envy the man who has the time to be able to supervise his build in Thailand because there are definitely things I would have done differently instead of taking short cuts as the locals seem to do.
The plumbing works but why the shower is plumbed into the septic when the kitchen sink is not has me perplexed, gray water is just that and could have been diverted to the back gardens, makes your choice of cleaning products in the bath room difficult as you just can not put things like bleach into your septic and expect it to work as it should. Then again I was looking for an expiration trench and there is none. Later I spose.