Hoping for some independent advice here. I've just moved into a new house and got tilers out to tile bathroom and ensuite including 2 showers. I'm not particularly happy with the quality of the tiling however, now I have a problem that both showers leak. I got the builders in to have a look as pipe work was leaking in both the showers, however, he nearly had a fit when he saw the tiling round the shower. The leaks in the pipes are now fixed but the builder is insisting that the shower enclosure needs to be removed, tiles removed and the job started again by someone who knows what they are doing. The main problems are as follows : The shower door has been fixed onto the wall and the tiles are just up to the door. No strip between the tray and tiles Not enough gap between some of the tiles and therefore not enough grout to make it waterproof. To make matters (possibly) worse, when my husband noticed the start of the leak (causes by problems with pipes), he sealed round the inside of the shower thinking he was helping the situation. My question is, should we do as the builder is strongly advising us and rip the whole lot out, start again and try to get some compensation from the tiler (won't hold my breath though). Or, should we wait until we have more leaks ? Thanks in advance for your opinions.