granite installed and i found a chip along the wall:(
trebruchet are you around? can this be fixed or should it be redone? they are coming back because the piece that is seamed in is too short, the overhang is flush to the end of the cabinet. this is the fabricator that undermounted the sink i wanted top mounted and was going to charge for it until i called. when questioned they immediately said they would waive the cut out fee as the installer called them to tell them of our conversation.
if you can't see it very well it is about 1" in length and looks like a piece broke away so it has varying depth and is jagged. it is against the wall and may well be covered by a tile backsplash.
ps i hate the undermount reveal! is it a negative reveal when the granite is over the sink edge? it is exactly what i was trying to avoid by doing top mount. now any pans hitting the side will hit the granite, not the sink:(