Actual Legal rules for patios

Discussion in 'Landscaping and Outdoors' started by chris lee, Sep 3, 2014.

  1. chris lee

    chris lee New Member

    I'm aware that when we as landscapers lay patios the general rules are 2 courses below DPC or Air-bricks,

    But with so many people extending their homes and having bi-fold doors, I get asked a lot for paving to be the same height as the tiles indoors. Obviously gully's & drainage channels would be an easy choice to suggest (with falls away from house ideally) but what I would like to know is:

    * Am I allowed to pave at the same height as flooring indoors?
    * If I can, what protection do I install to stop breaching DPC?

    Not fussed if it simply shouldn't be done, just wanted clarification guys

    Cheers
     

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