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Posted: 20 Jan. 2017,21:13 QUOTE

Hi. My driveway runs along the side of my house ending in a detached garage with a threshold channel drain. As it naturally slopes downhill, will I still have to ensure I have cross fall away from the house when I come to lay my block pavers or can I just lay them level. Thanks

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Posted: 21 Jan. 2017,08:32 QUOTE

If there's a decent fall and it maintains at least 150mm below dpc then fine.

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Posted: 21 Jan. 2017,18:48 QUOTE

brilliant. That makes my life a lot easier. Thanks

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