First of all..... Guess what's back? Yes, the rain - unbelievable!!!
I have a question about how two of the pieces of coping were trimmed to fit around edges. I know it sounds picky, and it may be. But that's why I'm asking you guys since I'm in foreign territory.
Everything else so far looks fantastic with the coping. I think that's why these couple of places stood out to me. Are the gaps within acceptable limits? Should I say something to my PB, the tile guys or whom to lessen any collateral damage? I took pictures of the 'good' opposing sides, because I wouldn't be asking if the symmetrical pieces or twin coping tiles were cut the same. But they aren't, so here goes.
!. Good example: Coping on the right side of the column: Looks like a great fit to me.
2. Questionable trim: Coping on the left side of same column: What about that notch next to the column on the water side?
3. Good example: Coping trimmed to fit the right raised beam of bump out bench. The trim looks good enough for me.
4. Good example: Same piece of coping (but other side of the piece) to fit the right raised beam of bump out bench. The trim looks even better.
5. Questionable trim: Coping trimmed to fit the left raised beam of bump out bench. Is this ok?
6. Questionable trim: Same piece of coping (but other side of the piece) to fit the left raised beam of bump out bench. This doesn't look good to me. But, now that I look at it again, it looks like the gunite edge isn't straight. Was the tile guy cutting the coping to fit to allow for that gunite part to be straightened out?
Thanks in advance for your opinions/suggestions! Suz.