| Dee Dee wrote:
| > Right. Seems too coincidental that last November-December, we had
| > grading done sloping the ground away from the house, and drain tiles
| > put in. During the previous spring-summer months we had heat pumps
| > put in for each floor (along with propane backup), so the house has
| > become drier than it ever has been (built abt.1975).
| > There has been movement before in the same place, but now there
| > to be more, so that I can "see" the gap from the counter to the
| > drywall.
| You need to have someone check that whole area for settlement and
| foundation cracks. Walls don't pull away from countertops, or
| anything else for that matter, unless something is seriously wrong.
| It's possible that the countertop is pulling away from the wall, and
| that's another matter,
probably less serious, but not necessarily so.
| Get some knowledgeable eyeballs on the situation asap.
thanks for the intro R
it could be as simple as a shim under the cabinets has compressed from
the weight of the granite.That is why you should always scribe the side
panels instead of shimming.
to the OP
was the tile BS put on after the granite or before?
should have been after.