- 8 Feb 2021
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I plan to render an outside wall. I’ve done a few walls before and there’s lots of useful tips here on the forum.
However I have one issue (which perhaps you can see from image):
The paved steps were meant to overhang the wall. One step does and will produce a nice edge, however the other pavers are flush to the wall.
I had one builder make the block work, and another on the slabs. They both went straight and square but obviously to different lines!
In the problem area I was thinking of using a stop bead, and then creating a shallow chamfer into the slab above. This will be exposed to weather and could crack..any other ideas?
bringing up the slab and realigning it is something I want to avoid as I don’t have extra slabs to lay.
many thanks experts.