It was actually very quick. I asked about what had happened with the brick yesterday. Today got the answer:
- Some bricks are greyer because they are covered by brick-saw dust
- Some bricks are reddish because they has been patched in clay, because there were rains and piles of brick just rested on the soil
Been promised that all this will be cleared off, let’s see…
(Indeed cut pieces of brick in the damage pile look greyer than they should, the brick-saw dust theory explains).
Response was fast this is inspiring (comparing to some other companies).
At least on the façade the brickwork reached the roof line. The only issue which bothering us is that several already-laid bricks has strange greyish colour. Asked the site supervisor, what it could be, waiting for response.
Everything seems to be ready for tiling as well, however, the tiles have not yet arrived.
It is whitest possible we could get on the market: PGH Crevole
Continue reading Brick has arrived
Yes, the only missing details that have appeared from the previous weekend is windows. And sliding doors. And the front balcony door. All now in place. We have received the next progress payment claim (surprisingly again on Saturday while driving to the place to check the progress it is going to be tradition I guess).
Continue reading Frame completed