I'm having some issues with my contractor and their plumber, and would love some advice on how to handle it!
1) The valve was installed at a 15 degree angle off-square. (Originally it was crooked horizontally, and their solution was to rotate it so it is crooked vertically...)
2) The valve was installed way too close to the tub spout. I think it needs to be raised 8" or more.
3) The valve does not produce hot water. There is hot water in the other bathroom fixtures, however, so I know it is an installation issue.
4) The plumber splattered quite a bit of solder on the floor of the acrylic tub (the most eggregious spot is pictured).
I hate conflict and am agonizing over how to have these issues resolved, while maintaining a pleasant relationship with my builder. I have brought this to her attention, and she said it was all "standard."
Thank you for looking, and for any suggestions! ;)