No, we are haven't a baby. But we are finishing the basement and garage apartment! After nearly a year's worth of intervi...
We have moved!!! YAY!!! June 27th. The house was completed approximately 7 months after demolition. We are now OPEN FOR BUSINESS (so to speak- give us warning to put the guest sheets on the bed after we go buy a guest bed)
It is a period of contractor war. Rebel spacecadets, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Contractor Empire. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans and negotiate against the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the DEATH BREATH, an evil building station with enough lies to destroy an entire neighborhood.
Pursued by the Contractor Empire’s sinister agents, Princess Aimee races home aboard her starship Essie, custodian of the stolen plans that can save her people and restore peace and quiet to the Chattahoochee homestead….
The story goes on and on and is repeated a million times over... Contractors are liars through and through. Unfortunately for the average consumer, we don't know that we should make provisions in our contracts regarding timeliness and quality of work and relate that to the payments that they are supposed to receive... Now we know! Remodeling Expo's John Hogan and Peter Schnieper have proved themselves to be liars and customer-hostile. True to form, they promise you the world and then look you in the eyes and lie to you. Don't work with them unless you have set in your contract provisions for timeliness and quality. I would highly recommend working with lawyers to develop a comprehensive contract that protects you, as the consumer, from the headache that we have had to deal with from these jerks.