Hi all. I’m new to the forums. I’m currently having my bathroom redone and the tiling has just been started. We are having a concealed manual valve at the foot of the bath on a tiled wall and also a concealed shower valve in the shower. The room is being tiled floor to ceiling. Upon inspecting the tiling job that has been done so far today, the area of tiles where the concealed manual shower valve is to be located is very uneven. The centre of the valve area overlaps 4 tiles due to the way in which the tiles have had to be laid through that side of the room and these four tiles are not all level with one another I.e I wouldn’t be able to lay a rule/spirit level flat across them. So my concern is that the nice modern flat backmplate to my concealed valve won’t sit flush against the tiles. I spoke to the tiler one the phone and he said it won’t be a problem because there will be silicone all around the back plate so you won’t see any unevenness?! Looking on google images I don’t see any concealed shower valves which have visible sealant around the outside edge of the backplate. Am I missing something here? I would expect there to be some silicone applied behind the back plate mating it up against the tiles but not around the outside edge?