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Posted: 05 Aug. 2008,09:31 QUOTE

Hi.
I have just come back to a completed patio in smooth sandstone and found that it puddles...right where the table and chairs will go.. we agreed a fall towards the gate, but it hasn't happened.

The patio is l shaped and the one side is fine as it was steeply sloped anyway and the slabs were laid on concrete. the bit that puddles is 4.5m *3m with a puddle 2*2m of 5-7mm in depth.

so do i get them to redo it?- what's 'acceptable'? They certainly weren't the most expensive contractors... i want a good job but i also want to be fair.


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Posted: 05 Aug. 2008,20:35 QUOTE

A picture would be very handy on this instance Zonks.

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