We're remodeling our home. The construction crew just put up drywall on the new walls to prime.
I noticed the framing around the newly installed windows are off, by 1/8" to 1/2". The foreman said the miss-measurements are because of the skip trowel texture finish we chose (to match the walls of the original existing home areas). As I investigated by measuring further areas (using my levels, plumb Bob, and good old-fashioned measuring tape), I noticed that the newly constructed walls, not just the new window framing are crooked (vertically & horizontally along where our new baseboards are to be positioned).
The foreman just keeps defending that all the structures are "plumb& straight", but the skip trowel texture is the reason.
Is this true?