floating cabinets are not level but the countertop got installed!
Obviously we should have double checked this before the carpenter left, but didn't and now that the Quartz counter top is installed, what are the options? It is almost a full 3/4" lower on one end than the other...over an 8 foot span on the floating vanity.
It is not visible to the eye except we noticed it when we saw the outlets were not at the same height from the top of the counter so we started measuring. Seems the carpenter measured off an unlevel floor perhaps.
1)try to raise the counter top height with the quartz counter on it by supporting the cabinets with jacks or something? then raise to level and re-attach to wall? (Could be super heavy...but told that quartz is lighter and stronger than granite)
2)have the counter top installers remove the counter top and call the carpenter back to get them level, then reinstall the counter top and sink (an under mount style)Not even sure that is possible without damaging the counter or sink?
3)adjust the outlets so they all match and decide to live with it, hoping no one will ever measure it, and call it a lesson learned...? (there is still time to do that without it showing as we are tiling the backsplash)
What is the best way to handle this at this point?
THIS is why you shouldn't try to be your own General Contractor!