Dealing With Mistakes

Craft figured that computer monitors, etc., would block most of the view if the windows started at 36", so he only took them down to 48" to save money. We could not tell from the elevation drawing nor the blueprint just how they would be, but as soon as we saw the framing, we knew they were too high -- there was no way we could see anything but up in the sky while seated.
When the sheetrock went up, we caught some other problems that were not obvious when just the framing was up. One was that a closet was not deep enough to hang clothes in (by a few inches). Craft had the sheetrock pulled off and the closet re-framed. This was unfortunate, but it would have been much more unfortunate if it had not been discovered until the house was completed, the floor tile laid, etc.