Isn't there a better way to do that?
That was my exact thought when seeing some new contractors training on the job with my first house. They had left the sub-floor exposed over the weekend that happened to feature over 1.5" of rain. The manager assured me that this was not a concern and that "we do this all the time". I am sure that they did but something felt off.
Fast forward 10 months and guess what was getting replaced by the home builder...
New hardwoods for me. A re-do was actually a good thing at that point as I had got the color way off. The stress of having to fight them to replace the entire first floor as it buckled up like a washboard was brutal though.
From that day forward, I wanted to learn all I could about the home building process.
It pained me that it was too little to late for my house, but I still wanted to educate myself on the best practices for new construction.
Much to my surprise, prefabricated construction checked all the boxes for said best practices.