How do you ensure that items are fixed on a new construction?

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Hello Everyone,

I’m building a new home in the TX area and we’ve done a pre-drywall inspection with a third party trusted inspector. We’ve received a list of items that should be fixed and sent them over to the builder. They’ve addressed some of them, but not all of them saying they’re “suggestions” and will not address them all.

I’ve also done our own walkthrough and pointed out items to be fixed – but the builder is going ahead on progress on the home (siding, insulation) without addressing all of the items on our list. Which becomes worrying since it’s hard to verify if fixes have been made once drywall/siding/insulation goes up.

I’ve attempted to reach out to the city inspector for the home for guidance on anything the inspector says is code, but haven’t gotten responses back from them as of yet, despite my daily calls.

Does anybody have any suggestions on how to get more items fixed with the GC?

Thank you for your advice/help everyone.

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**Throwaway account Hello Everyone, I’m building a new home in the TX area and we’ve done a pre-drywall inspection with a third party trusted inspector. We’ve received a list of items that should be fixed and sent them over to the builder. They’ve addressed some of them, but not all of them saying they’re “suggestions” and will not address them all. I’ve also done our own walkthrough and pointed out items to be fixed – but the builder is going ahead on progress on the home (siding, insulation) without addressing all of the items on our list. Which becomes worrying since it’s hard to verify if fixes have been made once drywall/siding/insulation goes up. I’ve attempted to reach out to the city inspector for the home for guidance on anything the inspector says is code, but haven’t gotten responses back from them as of yet, despite my daily calls. Does anybody have any suggestions on how to get more items fixed with the GC? Thank you for your advice/help everyone. submitted by /u/LumpyPumpkin7070 [link] [comments]

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