The building end of it anyway. I have had a run of residential new stuff. One of the houses I am on I got ruffed in last week and moved to another one. Large custom home.
The Interior Designer has poured herself into every aspect of this home during the building. But she is doing it after it has been built by the prints and the GC has worked with me and the other trades on placement of key things. They moved the island in the kitchen over the weekend and now they want the light centered over it. This home has a large living room with nothing between that and the kitchen. When we ruffed it in which was a ***** anyway all the supply grills ran down one TGI beam in both the living room and the kitchen. Now back to the kitchen. They moved the Island and stated they want the supply grills there lined up with the light in the kitchen. Well that means moving them over one TGI. So I was there this morning and after we moved the them it was obvious when I walked across the room and looked back that they were not lined up anymore and this looked a hell of a lot worse they not being centered on the light. I know right off the bat what is going to happen. Then are going to get to the top of the stairs when they come back and see these boots 6- 6x12 not in a line and want it changed back. To bad because all of the first moves will mean that we are cutting the flex off. I am not doing the first move for free nor will I do the second but even getting paid for it means I am getting behind on a job that is making more money. This woman is acting like we are putting up wall paper and it is likewise as easy to change. It's just like the husband and wife thing going on with moving the furniture around during the building process. New construction HVAC sucks!