Well, the summer kitchen is complete and all gas appliances are installed, pumbed-out and ready to go [gas grill & fire-place].
Problem is that that our Gas Company will not upgrade the meter until the City has performed and passed an inspection for all gas appliances, which means the pool gas heater and pool firebowls be installed [heater installed, fire bowls are not]. But, City will not perform an inspection until ALL gas-based appliances are installed. The pool comp won't budge until the plaster is shot, but that is weather related. Note, there are 4 home run gas lines w pressure gauges on all of them from meter to: heater, fire-bowls, gas grill and fire place.
So, here is the million dollar question: The pool company can easily install the fire bowls, but is there a work around for the heater, if there is no water in the pool bc the plaster is not installed. We cannot use any appliance in the kitchen area until ALL APPLIANCES are installed/inspected. I have asked both the City & Gas Company if we can just get the kitchen appliances inspected and passed, and the gas lines for these working, but nothing doing.
Also, there are two huge dirt piles and other debris that needs to be removed by pool comp and I cannot get the irrigation guys in until the pool company removes all of this as well. My GC is so pixxed-off bc the pool company will not take any initiative like get some extra guys and use wheel barrows to remove the mud and other. At this current rate, it could be April until it would be dry enough for the pool company to use its bobcat to remove all the dirt/debris and other.
I would appreciate any opinions that can get this ball moving forward. What should be a time of enjoyment is now a complete nightmare.