Granite backsplash; edging recomendation
I thought I was in over my head with my most recent job until stumbling onto this forum. The knowledge and willingness to help others has reaffirmed my faith in mankind, although the Colorado drivers do their best to ruin my newfound optimism. Maybe someone can start a "driving forum" - one suited to warm weather drivers now residing in the Rocky Mountain region.
I will be embarking on a granite tile countertop job soon and am unsure how to handle the top edge of the backsplash. The backsplash will consist of 6 inch granite tiles. Before installing the granite tile backsplash, CBU will be used to build out the wall since tile is also being used on the front edge of the counter (owners don't want to use bullnose on the front edge, don't want a "sliver" tile in back, etc - so I will build out the backsplash to compensate for the needed space).
The Schluter line of products are new to me - do they have any products designed for this predicament? It was difficult to tell when visiting their website, and I'd much rather heed the advice of a professional than someone trying to sell a product.
Do any of you have any other products/recommendations on how to give this backsplash edge an attractive appearance - other than having the edge bullnosed?
Thanks in advance for your advice.
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