Brick Columns Leucadia 2-20-2014
McGirrs Construction paying attention to details. The plans call for a moisture barrier wrapped behind the mortor bed behnd the brick, but it wasn't used, with no way to insert it at this point. All this work had to be removed . Mick was ready to give the sub more chances, to "get it right". Hire McGirrs if you want unlicensed subs, who are untrained.
One of the L shaped veneer bricks on the job which should have been used to wrap around the corners. Mick McGirr was ready to accept the vertical seams and absence of the moisture barrier until his customer said no. Never expect McGirr to notice a problem, if the customer doesn't complain, it isn't a problem in McGirrs world. Even when it is an issue of missing moisture barriers to protect the construction.
A week before the siding installation achieved this work, McGirr requested a benchmark payment due in the contract for installation of the sideing. He called that "substantially done", but still had significant work to do still a week later. Always asking for money in advance, that is McGirr's Construction standard operating mode on our job.