The one concern that we have was with the carpet. We upgraded our first floor carpet and carpet pad. We upgraded to the 8 pound pad. I was thinking it would feel awesome and as soon as I stood on it, it felt like I was standing on cement. We mentioned to him and he said that he didn't know but he could call Rite Rug and have them come check it out. What I found even stranger was as soon as we stood on the steps to go upstairs (non-upgraded carpet and pad) it felt super cushy. My husband took off one of the vents to see if you could see the pad, which we could, and it definitely looked like the 5 lb. standard pad. So, they will call us and set up an appointment to check it out and if it's the wrong pad, they will re-do it. Kind of a hassle, but at the same time, maybe we got the upstairs upgraded with padding out of it. We'll see how this all works out. Here's the final pictures!
Final finished basement!
So, behind that door on the left is the "water closet" with the main valves for the water. It is open insulation. This is considered "unfinished basement" and is why they don't put up dry wall there. Boo.
Our retaining wall in the back.
Family Room! With padding that wasn't so great. :(
Morning room looking into the family room.
Huge vaulted ceiling.
Another morning room shot.
Living room looking into family room.
Other side of the living room.
Front of the house.