I'm not sure, can't see, the degree of relief in that tile.After you grout it and reinstall cover plates caulk in plate color or matching caulking grout.
Good point. Only other solution that I could think of is to take some off the mat and add ones that are all the same thickness in that small area to be even for the plate.If the hight spots are on the stone try and hit them with the grinder and get them down a little closer. Thats what I did on a shower with stacked stone around the mixer
Nice detail idea, I like it.Bjackson3 said:In the past I have found a small corresponding pencil molding and mitered that around the outlets first. Then butt the stone to it.
Unquestionably, a pickey inspector might correction notice you.... but I did have an inspector object to painted (expensive to match the granite) switches.... and he actually said that that plates were not a UL requirement and ok.That would void the UL listing and could cause a failed inspection from a pickey inspector.
You guys make me laugh , receptacles have been around 120 years,of course your going to see them..:laughing:Nice detail idea, I like it.
The outlets are an eyesore, would be nice to hide them, kinda like three little holes or something and it looks like your literally plugging into the wall.
Away with the pita outlets!
Wow, never would have guessed that to be an issue. I would have expected any inspector to actually be impressed with that attention to detail.Inner10 said:That would void the UL listing and could cause a failed inspection from a pickey inspector.