A trouble free process thus far hit a snag today. Building a 475sf inground pool here in SoCal. On the plans, the reef is 7 feet long by 12 feet wide. After they put in the gunite, we discovered the reef is now 8 feet by 12 feet. PB has admitted the error. Gunite guy says, "yes...but"
Question: is this a big deal? It's not a huge pool so having a foot less of "pool" as opposed to "reef" is kind of significant to us. Are we making too much of it? Will we be happier with more reef later? Gunite guy will chip it out and fix to specs if necessary but I guess it depends on whether the rebar is where it's supposed to be.
Should we get over it? Forgive my total lack of savvy.
We need to decide by Friday am. Thanks in advance.
Damsel in distress