Basement Remodel #4: On Hold?!

Blog entry by Becky posted 05-05-2013 05:38 PM 11043 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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So we talked with our project foreman this week, and it appears the great city I live in is requiring an ICC Engineering report for the product we are having installed in our basement. The company has reports for all of the materials separately that make up the soft wall, but not a report for the piece as a whole. Quote is 4 – 6 months. This is why we DIY, right? The company has been good to give us options, and even throw in some extras even though they aren’t the ones causing the issue. My main issue is it has pushed our time table out even farther. Hopefully more answers coming this week. Think I’m going to start working on my backyard revival :D

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posted 04-24-2023 05:40 AM

It’s frustrating when unexpected roadblocks delay home improvement projects, but it sounds like you’re handling it well. It’s great that the company is being flexible and diamond rings offering extras despite the delay. Focus on your backyard project and keep communication open with the foreman for updates on the engineering report. Patience is key in DIY projects.

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