Help! Moving a granite shower curb
Help! I have a vanity set against a knee wall right by the shower curb. Turns out that the bottom drawer does not open all the way because it hits the granite shower curb, which has about a 1/4" overhang. See picture.
Our options are:
1) Cut a little corner out of the drawer face to allow the drawer to fully open. This would look a little bad, but might be the easiest fix.
2) Move the granite in 1/4" toward the shower so that it is flush with the outside curb.
3) Just live with the mistake. The drawer opens about 4" but it happens to be my deepest drawer and it's hard to live with this mistake in my brand-new (and very expensive) remodel.
Currently, we are trying to have the granite moved in, but it's getting difficult to coordinate the tile and granite guys. My tile guy (who works for our GC) refuses to touch the granite since we got the granite from a different sub. My granite guy insists the tile must be cleared out of the way. so far, my tile guy removed one big tile but there is still grout on the side and bottom of the granite piece. Is that enough for the granite guy? Is all of this even worth it?
What would you do? Any tips on moving a granite curb? I think it may be attached with just silicone. Is it something I could do myself and avoid the contractor headache?
Thank you in advance for your advice!