ROUGH - INS
At this stage in construction it is time to take action. Kick things into high gear. Try new things. Do what your are not comfortable with. Do things poorly. Do things that will have to be redone. This is the rough in time. Things don’t have to be perfect, but they have to get done. Rough framing doesn’t require seamless joint, but they do require enough structure and foundation that they can be built upon. The finish work and fine details are much easier attained the better the rough in work is done. But the bottom line is to just get something done.