Had an addition built about 5'by 20'. In order to add basement stairs. The foundation is blocks and the sill plate is set atop. However, the connecters/bolts(not sure of proper wording) are off center. Now the area has been drywalled and they are exposed into the stairway area. Is this proper? Should I complain to the building company. It looks terrible and is it safe? Some of them had 5-6 washers on them before the nut was attached.
Help, please. I am really getting frightened by this builder.
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