I have just bought a new metal yardmaster shed 10 x 8 and had a new concrete pad made to stand it on. The problem is I have had the pad made far too big :( it has a overlap of about 12 inches all around and now floods every time it rains :( I have thought about sealing it with outdoor mastic inside and out and then around the outside with a little concrete lip, getting someone in to saw it down and all sorts of other ideas but the truth is that I am no DIY person and haven't really got a clue what to do for the best. Please can someone help? Thank you in advance :)
does the shed need taken off the slab to be cut? Im a bit nervous about doing that in-case moving it slackens all the screws :( Will attaching some guttering and putting a little concrete lip around the shed cure it? Thanx for your advice :)
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