Replacing One Tile

SteveScanDecember 4, 2011

We have one 1" glass tile with a crack. The pool builder said they will replace it, but should I just let it be? Don't want to have bad unintended consequences replacing it.

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golfgeek

SteveScan,
Have it replaced. There should be no unintended consequences and it will illiminate the potential for water damage in the future.

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