Re: "Roughed-in plumbing" def.?
"Rough-in" is having all supply lines stubbed out of wall (regardless of wall condition, i.e., if it has a finished surface, is repaired, or bare framing) and all drains will be connected to existing waste lines and capped outside of "finished" surfaces, meaning that wall drains will protrude several inches with a cap, floor drains will be brought up the the intended finished floor surface height and capped accordingly.
You are not legally responsible to relinquish final payment until the contract is fulfilled, as a matter of fact, it will be your only bargaining chip to make sure the work is completed at no extra expense to yourself.
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