We built our retirement home in 2013. We hired RJ interiors, after looking at a house that they were in the process of taping. We should have looked at a house that was totally finished. Our mistake!
Drywall was very poorly installed, many electrical outlets and lights were covered, and very difficult to find after the fact. There was compound material left in doorways and windows, and excess drywall in doorways and windows, making it difficult to install door jams and trim. There are countless nail pops in the ceilings. Two of the ceilings have had repairs done, and have cracked a second time. Alot of the corner beads are separating. They promised to come back and finish under the staircase, but never did. As the days go by I am seeing more things. The job was very badly done.
I think a few nail pops are expected, with new drywall. But I repaired at least 25 on the ceiling in one room. This is a perfect example of a contractor who does'nt care about the finished product or the customer being satisfied. His only concern was doing it as cheaply as possible and getting paid!