I just had a shed (7x8 in size) put up. Now it was with concrete piers rather than a slab that the shed is built on. Now I want to pave the inside - It won't be for a car, a small workshop space, some furniture and bookshelves etc.
The ground is clay and compacted already, but slightly uneven, I was going to use some roadbase to level it out (I am assuming that I do not need a slope as this is inside). Upto 100mm in places but in others it may be 60mms thick, Is this OK to do as the ground below is compacted?
Now with the screed rails I was going to do sections of about 1.5 metres wide to level the sand (rather than try and do the total floor space with the sand first up). This is so I can stack up pavers near where I will require them. Is this OK to do?
Now last question, do I need to do anything to stop moisture coming thru the pavers?
And one last point I will be having concrete edging around the pavers