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Having seen your latest photo's I am under the impression that the House DPC is situated below the top step!
This is not acceptable, the level of the top step should be 2 Brick courses below the top step surface (ie: 150mm)

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Did you mean the level of the DPC should be 150mm below the top step surface? As I am a little confused now after you said 'the level of the top step should be 150mm below the top step surface'... :scratch:


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