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Question about garden house base

Discussion in 'Building' started by Jay78, 13 Sep 2021.

  1. Jay78

    Jay78

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    Hi,
    I’m having a garden house built and the company was here today to build the base. They used a fairly dry mix and rough ballast and it’s not even, especially around the edges.

    This looks to me like it’ll crumble too.

    Has anyone got experience with garden house bases? Is this ok?
     
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  3. Ihavenojob

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    noseall is probably your best bet on here. Looks rough to me, but what is going on it, brick or wood built. If wood, it looks too close to the fence.
     
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