I guess the guy doing the hardwood didn't like it when I noticed a repair job he did. There seemed to be a big sliver of wood missing on one piece of the floor right near the doorway to the master bedroom. I have no idea how it got damaged in the first place, because our floor was in pristine condition before any of this renovation began. However, there it was...and he had repaired it by using some gummy dark brown putty. Not only did it look ridiculous, but, it had sharp edges and was dangerous. I told him it was not going to do and he would have to replace the piece instead of the tacky repair job.
This is what he did.
To me it is like a slap in the face. He cut out a five inch piece and replaced it with this. As far as I am concerned, he did it on purpose. I didn't notice til after he left the house.... and then he was gone on holiday for 3 weeks. So...it will remain like it is for another week or so. The contractor said..well, now it looks worse than it did before. Gee, ya think? And, I know for a fact it won't be staying like that.
Why would a professional hardwood person do something like this? A rookie wouldn't even try a trick like this. How dare they call themselves professional at all? This is not professional. This is just downright ridiculous. And infuriating.
I could slap him all the way around the block.
The stupidity continues.
No word from the cabinet people when the panels will be ready for the dishwasher or the fridge .. ..or when the other drawer will be done..or when we can expect any work to be completed on the too large opening for the oven or the too large opening for the microwave.
So...we wait. In the basement. Except for when I am cleaning upstairs...in anticipation of moving some furniture up sometime soon. One room is now ready for occupancy. The small bedroom. The painters finished some touch-ups today. I got the floor washed in that room yesterday and also the windows... there was an area on the ceiling they forgot after drywall repairs and sanding..but, that got done today. Better do it now than have them jumping on the bed doing the painting. They would.
The floors must be washed on hands and knees...in order to get all the stubborn, sticky, fine drywall dust from beneath the baseboards. It is not as easy as sliding a mop around..... and my knees will only take one room at a time. So... today I just did a few cupboards and drawers instead... baked a batch of muffins in my little toaster oven and thought about digging out some small furniture to move in......