Hi all, I hope everyone is fit and well We're having a few issues with the laying of our pavestone porcelain tiles that we have employed a local patio and driveway specialist to lay. We did a ton of research on the tiles and visited several places before deciding on the ones by pavestone. The ground works we're completed in a couple of days and the steps we're built yesterday. After the contractors had left and we finished work we went to have a look and we're un-happy with the way they have been put together. Their are big gaps on the step and a big wonky line up the middle of the steps. There's quite a noticeable chip on the top step and also delamination of the tile itself. The tiles have chips where they've been cut. Also, their is a big gap on one side compared to the other and it just doesn't look very well put together? We spoke to the person laying the patio last night and today he stated that our house is wonky so couldn't line them up properly. Also that the tiles are poor quality (we have spoken to pavestone and the supplier we purchased from this morning and they are surprised as these are top quality tiles and they've not had any complaints before?). I did some research and see a lot of people say to use a wet table saw on the tiles for clean, straight lines. They were using a petrol disc cutter yesterday (although they did say it had a diamond cutting disc on it). We asked if they had a wet saw, they said they have but just didn't bring it with them yesterday? I keep thinking am I being too fussy and that it's not going to look perfect? The chaps portfolio and previous work looks amazing and I would be more than happy if he could get close to that standard with ours. He said that the tiles aren't ideal for using as steps and that we should buy specialist steps. We did say that he never mentioned this at the time when he came out to quote or the second time when he came out to measure up. He even told us where to go and what tile manafacturer to use? At the moment they have left ours and gone to another job whilst we investigate with the company we purchased the tiles from if their defective? I have attached some pictures, but wanted to know of others thought this was a good level of workmanship? It's costing us quite a bit of money to get this done and I was hoping for something that would look good.