Two months ago we had our bathroom changed from a fiberglass tub/shower combo to a tiled shower with a seat built up on one end. There are glass sliding doors.
Before the carpenter finished the bathroom, my husband noticed a crack in the grout all across the bottom where the door was installed. The carpenter fixed it with grout and silicone.
Now I have noticed water seeping in the grout lines in the floor near the shower. The wet spots go out about 1 ft. in some places, not all grout lines after we shower.
There are also cracks in the grout under the top layer of the seat and in other places. There is one tile where the seat meets the floor of the shower that is cracked. What can we do now?
I hate to have this same person come back if he does not know what he is doing! Can anyone tell me what he did wrong?
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