I'm new to this forum but it appears to have a wealth of information. I put a deposit on a brand new Bloor home two weeks ago 'off plan' when the house was just a base. Only two weeks into the build and I have some serious doubts about the quality of the bricklaying. Courses are not straight and level. Individual bricks dip one way and the other and the gaps between the bricks laid next to each other vary so much that some bricks hardly have any mortar between then when others have plenty. I raised all this with the site manager who brought in other Bloor managers to take a look. Whilst they accept a panel between two windows and a corner of a wall on the side are below standard and they are going to knock it down and rebuild, I have many issues with the front wall and other side wall which they deem as acceptable. I haven't managed to inspect the wall at the rear properly due to fencing. The site manager is friendly and appears to want to make sure I am happy with the build but we still have a difference of opinion. I've provided pictures of the walls either side of the front door which they deem to be acceptable. They show uneven courses, bricks dipping one way and the other and varying gaps between the bricks. what does anyone think? Am I being too fussy or should I dig my heels in and if they wont budge, walk away?