help in slopes for porcelain patio

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Hi all,

looking to slope a new porcelain patio that im laying. im not sure the best direction to slope as im trying to avoid a large gradient on the long length best as i can.

i have provided 2 options
option A is to slope from left to right
option B is to slope from top to bottom
option C - open to suggestions

also do i need to drain to a ACO drain or can it just drain to some gravel and pass down to the soil below?

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thanks
 
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Drain into the gravel is fine. Also you can drain both ways ie directly away from the house 1:60 on either side and then drain diagonally with a slightly steeper slope eg 1:40 on the corner squire to match up
You could use a slot drain in the middle to a soak away or whatever if the distant is too great and the levels don't work out. Then you can slope towards the drain from both directions.
 

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