Due to either earth settling under our addition or (more likely) the earthquake that was epicentered here about a year ago, our upstairs tiled shower has a crack in the grout at the top of the pan where the glass wall meets the tile wall, and one of the tiles has shifted. As a result, water seeps into the adjacent drywall. So we stopped using the shower. There's also seepage in the corner of the glass wall at the other end where I can see mineral residue from our lovely hard water. It's time for me to get off my duff and get this fixed, either by moi or a professional (preferably). What's the best way to address this? Should the whole enclosure be removed to repair the shifted tile? (We have some extra tile left over from the job). Is simply caulking it enough (I worry that it won't solve the problem and potentially make repairing the tile later on more of a problem because then you have all the caulk mess to remove). Not really sure who could best fix this for me... a handyman? A tile pro? And what about the glass enclosure? Is that another company to hire? Keep in mind the husband is the King of Kluge, and I am not in the mood to do this myself.