Hi there, I know enough about general construction, but not much about pool builds. Hoping someone here can help!
My pool is under construction (plumbing and steal went in the other day). The bubbler pipes are facing relatively straight up, but are not perfectly perpendicular (they are probably off by a few degrees). Once the gunite goes in (Wed), those pipes won't move. I asked the superintendent about this and he says this is fine because the bubbler top is adjustable (???), but I am still worried that the base will be tilted. If one side is up 1/8" and the other side flush, I will be pretty mad.
Is this a valid concern that needs to be resolved, or is it fine?