Just had granite countertops installed. Theres a slight gap about 1/4" in some places between backsplash and drywall. Is this normal or acceptable? Should I fill it with caulking?
IMHO the granite installer should have done that as part of the job. But you can do it yourself. I would use a latex adhesive caulk. It will cure fairly fast and will be tough and will be typically mold resistant.
You're supposed to install a granite backsplash or ceramic tiles on the walls which would cover the gap.
Tile 4 You LLc. Troy Michigan
Certified KERDI & DITRA installer - Tile & Marble
Kerdi Shower Specialist
Besides being a 4 month old thread that was brought to the top by a spammer, it should not be necessary to put in a backsplash to cover a unsightly gap.
Of course a gap is unacceptable. Call your installer to come back and fix the problem.
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