Another huge problem...can tile go over an uneven wall??
A million things going wrong with remodel right now.
I have a huge concern...The main plumbing stack has been relocated and is running behind where our cabinetry and backsplash will be.
There is a part of the piping that is thick, where they connect 2 parts (forgive my lack of proper terms), and it is sticking out about 1/4" past where they just put drywall next to it.
We have other even bigger issues right now that my GC is dealing with right now, but to this major concern of mine, he just keeps saying when we lay the tile we can figure that out it'll be fine and you wont notice it.
Um, I just don't get how we won't notice that the wall will be curved out there. And how he can lay tile on a wall that isn't flat. Depending on the size of the tiles, I imagine they could crack or something there?
WTF?? Sorry, but I am absolutely devastated at how poorly this is going. I will be furious if the backsplash here looks awful bc of this..
he's laid tile plenty of times, does a pretty good job, he did my bathroom, but based on his track record here with this project I have no confidence in his ability to make that work out.
Does anyone know more than me and can possibly ease my worries that this happens sometimes and theres ways around it???
I am losing my mind :(
To give an idea of my stress, we already failed inspection and lost 2 weeks to remedy mistakes they made, and got charged a lot of money and apparently our upper floor could've caved in.
Last night we realized the window is off center by almost 2" which completely affects the cabinets next to it.
This seems minor, but I don't want it posing a problem at the end of the job when tile is typically installed.