We have an older house and looking to sell it. We have a contractor in to add a small closet to my son’s room since we didn’t have one in there.
The problem is that the joint between the wall and slanted wall is crooked. When I asked the contractor about this he replied the following:
I tried to put the closet in as square, plumb and level as I could. I had to shorten the right inside of the closet to compensate for the out of level roof and reduce that angle as much as I could to keep the new walls plumb and doors operating correctly. I don’t think we can adjust any further without negatively affecting more crucial lines and door operation.
Is this a valid point? I’m out of my element here.