Installing a step

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  1. onionsa

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    I’m wanting to put a step in by our front door. The drive is all concrete and I’ve placed some blocks down as a temporary measure to gauge the height requirements. See pic.

    Would I be best off cutting a rectangle out of the concrete and hardcoring it (I’ve got loads) and then lay the blocks on that as opposed to laying straight onto the concrete?

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  3. onionsa

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    Anyone able to advise on this?

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    No, just build off the concrete
     
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