We are adding a sunroom on to our house and the foundation for the room was done in a sloppy and hurried manner. The cement truck arrived late and they poured the concrete in a messy way and finished the job in the dark. The resulting foundation is not a level surface. It has small bumps and dips. Also there is one edge which is not a straight line, it bulges out.
The sales guy from the company agreed the job was not done properly but not to worry, it would be completely fixed. The sales guy spoke about flashing the surface to level it. One of the workers spoke about using thin set. They also spoke about chipping away the extra concrete on one edge to straighten it out.
Ultimately, this foundation will be covered with tile and will not be visible so perhaps it is not such a big deal as long as the floor is smooth.
Unfortunately, I don’t know anything about construction, so I am looking for information about what should be done before I call to raise hell. How should they fix a foundation like this? Thanks in advance.