My daughter and her husband are building a new home. The problem we are having is with interior window trim. The windows are made by Quaker Windows. They are made to a depth of 4 9/16" from the nailing flange on the exterior to the inside of the window were the trim is supposed to be applied. There are no extension jambs the windows are supposed to fit this wall thickness dimension. The problem is that the General Contractor likes to go way to fast and has no eye for detail. The windows were installed and not all of the nailing flanges were tight to the wall. That along with bowed sill plates and bowed studs and headers not set in plain with the wall the wall thickness is now over 4 9/16" and the interior of the window does not come out to the face of the drywall in all places. Some parts of the window may but in others it doesn't. Now we are going to have a problem attaching the trim to the window. GC says to attach the trim to the wall and caulk the gap which is totally not acceptable. I have brick up half way up the windows and not sure if they can be removed at this time without removing the brick. Any ideas on how to fix?