Gentle Slope To Hardstanding...
Fantastic site. Lots of very helpful information, however I do have a question that I hope you might be able to help with.
I've decided to try and build my own shed, and unfortunately I started the preparation before finding your site. I decided to build a hard-standing area for my shed, and thinking that this should act like a patio would, I included a gentle slope - roughly 1:100 - to encourage water to not pool under the shed. Theory was ok, I think, but now having thought a little more I'm wondering how best to make the floor of the shed level without having to relay the patio slabs again.
The floor shape is roughly trapezoidal - left to right is 10ft, whilst the right is 6ft deep and the left is 5ft deep - to make best use of space. I'm staggering the back so that all joints are square on.
Thanks for any help