***Side note: Make sure that the landscapers cut your sod properly! They left sod overlapping our driveway and sidewalk. It looks awful. I can literally pick up about 3-4 inches of sod. There are also big chunks of sod missing in between some of the strips in the yard. When I put the service ticket in for it, a lady called and told me just to put grass seed down in those parts. I wouldn't have to do that if they would've cut the strips properly. Also - I heard that the landscapers were supposed to come back with a big roller to "flatten" the sod down, but they never did that. You have to stay on top of them.
We have also been putting in a lot of service tickets for little things to get fixed. For example:
-Separating of some of the vinyl flooring in the kitchen/bathroom
-Window not opening/closing properly
-Sod not cut properly
In a couple months, Ryan homes should be coming back out to fix more things that we haven't put in service tickets for. (Nail pops, cracks in wall, etc).
I'm hoping we will install our patio in the spring. We've been told that it's best to let the ground settle for about a year before installing a patio/deck.
Now for lots of pictures :)
So in love!
Storm door from Lowes
Right after I laid the grass seed down again
This is the same type of grass seed that the landscapers used
Nice size space in the basement (7 ft. trampoline is where the morning room extension is)
Neighborhood pool (stole this pic from our neighborhood FB page lol)