This week feels like we are on the home stretch of the house being finished. We are just under 30 days away from closing. There has been so much done, it’s crazy. We have tile, vinyl, and wood in already. The tile has been grouted and all the counter tops are in. The side walk is in too. I’m loving everything we picked so far. There was a mistake I noticed this week which was they installed our kitchen counter backsplash lip, which they weren’t suppose too, as we did a change order for this not be installed. It looks very nice however we didn’t want it because we were going to add our own backsplash after closing ourselves. Yes, we can add the backsplash above it or remove it first, but it’s not what I want to have to do. So we will see if this gets removed without us asking, or if we have to bring it up. Looks like touches up will be next week along with carpet and finishing up the final trades. We did notice another thing this week. Our option sheet had the wrong shower floor tile. It's already installed and we didn't catch the mistake until now. We selected almond but they had gray on our paper work and installed. We are going to bring this up to see what they can do, as this cost us a pretty penny to even have the shower tile floor, $900, at that price they should fix it. I know it's gray on the paperwork, but we were told we could only have almond color with the tile we selected, so it was clearly a typo I didn't catch. There was also a couple of chips in the tile the installed in the shower wall, this will need to be corrected. However the shower looks amazing with the tile installed, loved what we picked. I'm in love with the flooring we picked.
We blogged about the building process of our house to document it for ourselves and to help others. Our house is finished and we have moved in and we love our home. Building a house isn't a process that goes perfectly, no matter what builder you pick, and this is our story. Every problem we had during the building process has been made right by Ryan homes. This isn't complaint blog, its how we felt at the time of our post during the building process.