Backsplash with Bowed Wall
Hi, my kitchen just had granite installed with a 4" back splash. We are installing stone tile above the granite up to the cabinets. The wall with the problem is 10 ft long with a sink in the middle. In the middle, about 3 ft of wall is bowed behind the sink toward the sink and is flush to the granite but now there are gradually increasing gaps to the ends between the granite and wall. The gap is 3/8" on the left and 1/4" on the right.
There is a window about 8" above the sink that has 3" drywall to the left and right of the windows to the cabinets.
What method should I use to build up the wall thickness since moving the 3 ft section by the sink back is not an option due to load bearing supports being right behind? Thanks. John
Last edited by jwwill; 06-10-2008 at 09:00 AM.