Should I be happy with this shower tile job?
First time poster here. We are remodeling our master bath and the contractor is just about done with the tile in the master shower. The only thing they have left to do is cleanup the smears & some smudges from the grouting. As I look at the job I see some things that I am not very happy with. As background I have worked in various quality assurance roles for over 20 years so I am very meticulous in my work and am wondering if flaws like these are to be expected or if they are cause for asking for the work to be redone.
Here is the first example, this is the intersection of 4 large 12x35 wall tiles. Note that the corner of one tile sticks out and is not flush with the others:
Here's the next example, it is a window framed with the same tile. We wanted schluter trim strips around this window but the tile installer convinced us he could make it look better using just the tile. See that the grout link is very thick above the window and much thinner on the side:
Next one, this is a corner where the large 12x35 porcelain tile meets a glass subway tile. See that the edge of the glass tile is not a clean cut and that you can see excess grout or mortar show through the back of the tile:
The last one is harder to see, may have to zoom the image to see it. This is a recessed niche with the glass tile. See that the gaps around the schluter strip corners are not even. Also see that cuts to notch out the tiles below the niche extend too far.
Thanks very much in advance for any thoughts/advice. Also a general question, if I ask to have these fixed can a single tile be removed and replaced or is it a matter of re-doing the whole wall?