Door installation issue
I ordered new prehung front doors (Masonite fiberglass 6' x 80" double door) based on measurements given by the handyman I hired to install them. I should have double checked myself - I really needed 60" x 80" to fit in the existing opening.
The installer and his helper cut out the wall and framed a new opening, and installed the doors with what he calls a "tight" fit. What I experience when using the left (from the inside), functional door is that I can close it and lock the handle, but I see light coming through at the bottom right corner of that door where it meets the other door, unless I give it a little kick to close.
So, what do I do? Do I live with it a while and let it settle in? Do I ask him to come back and correct the problem? If so, I'm not that confident that he'll do the right thing on his own. If the issue is the bottom right corner of the left door, does that mean he needs to make more room at the top left?
He also put a screw through the metal plate at the bottom (threshold?) which irked me because it was solid and completely waterproof, now it has a screw in it creating a hole through which water can get to the wood below. Any recommendations would be welcomed. Thanks.