Totally agree Kim, I’m really interested on how they handle this;They got a lot done! Now the time consuming part! Cutting all that need to be cut. Here is hoping there is an "artist" on the crew that knows how to measure and cut!
No worries Kim. All the travertine tiles are being dry laid and when we are happy, they will lock things into place with polymeric sand. They ran out of time, the rain started, and material, but they should be back tomorrow along with the carpenter who dropped of the new siding for the kitchen area. Should be a fun couple of next days.I would ask them to dry lay that area so you can approve or ask for a redo depending on how it goes. That one IS going to be tricky for sure!
We are putting a darkly stained wood up on the walls.What you having put in on the walls?
LOL on the doggie/kitty door! Well done! Make sure the take the ramp off and put the new stuff there as well.
Does it look like any of the cracks go all the way through the shell?
The counter tops are granite. The design is a simple L shape the a large sink, 32” grill, side burner, and an outdoor mini fridge.