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||Posted: 08 June 2019,13:56
|Quote (lutonlagerlout @ 08 June 2019,13:40)|
|Quote (rubble2 @ 07 June 2019,15:28)|
|Thanks for the replies, as I say I don't know the history so no idea why the foam has been used.|
The DPC is where the change in brick colour can be seen so laying new slabs from the level where the inclined part butts the wall will give us 150mm below DPC and will bring the new level up to where the gullys are so that looks like the way to go.
yes but you will be laying on an old patio of which you have no idea of the construction,its your money and your choice but as professionals we could not condone it mate
Thanks, apologies for the misunderstanding I do not now intend to lay the new slabs on top of the old, just take the point of contact where the existing patio meets the wall all as the correct level for a completely new installation.