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I am buying home and close on it next week. The final walk-through with the builder is Monday. One issue I saw while visiting today is a seam in the granite counter top. I saw no seams like this in the model homes, and really thought it was too noticeable. I can see it from across the kitchen. Am I being too picky? I do not know the inside and outs of granite, so please bear with me. Do you think this is proper fabrication? Thanks for any input you can give me.

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No you are not picky. Bring it up at your walk-through and tell them you want it fixed before closing.
 
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That's not acceptable. Make sure they fix it before the closing. We are builders and would have a very loud word with our granite installers if they left the job like that. Black or dark counters are hard to hide the seams though but it can be better.

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