Recently finished a plumbing project under the pool’s concrete deck.
There is “caulk” at the concrete-brick-junction (decorative brick is between concrete & pool).
The repair area in question is about 18 inches. The concrete guy did not leave a “huge 1/3-inch gap” like the rest of the perimeter caulk area but he did round the top with his trowel & plans to inject some very hi quality caulk in it.
No worries, right? There will be a bead of caulk, just not 1/3 inch x 1 inch deep; more like 1/5 inch wide x ¼ inch deep.
He’s seems like a very bright contractor.
Always wondered about that perimeter caulking because it seems like low quality & a silly design (too wide, too deep, soft material); I’ve replaced it once & repaired/added to it more than once.