One year after the finalization of our apartment, we had to redo the shower following the request of the developer (water infiltration problems in the year of perfect completion). They ripped off and replaced some of the faience of the shower. It turns out that the new tiles, although being of the same reference, do not have exactly the same shade (which no one had warned us beforehand). What are our remedies? Is there any way to mitigate these nuance differences? Many thanks in advance for your help and advice.
An intervention of the type that you describe is the full responsibility of the builder. There are tiled tiles like wallpaper rolls: several fabrications result in slightly different shades. You must therefore give the manufacturer notice to replace all the tiles to ensure a uniform color. There is no way to mitigate these differences.
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