I'd appreciate any advice I can get on this. We've just started installation of a brick floor in our new addition (having it done professionally -- I hope). And they're two days into the job. The first day, they worked to lay two rows of brick against 2 of the 3 walls. I noticed they also grouted these two rows (which made me wonder how they'll smoothly and efficiently connect the next row grout). Day 2 they laid several more rows -- but no grouting (perhaps thinking better of their previous work). MY QUESTION: Is this going to potentially create a weakened grout line between the pre-grouted row and the rest of the room (e.g. a crack down the road . . .)? I ask because 1) if that IS likely, we'd have a crack running immediately down a VERY VISIBLE section of floor and 2) we're paying quite a lot to have this floor laid. Hope someone out there who's knowledgable about this will have a moment to advise! Would be much appreciated.
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