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Can a front entrance tiling with no slope be corrected without removing everything and redoing the job?
Basically, this is a new job( by a professional) but when it rains I have 2 puddles on my steps ...

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It should be laid on a slight slope, so the rain can run off. You wouldn't really notice the slight fall to the eye, but it's important so water runs off. So no, it cant be corrected. It needs re doing unfortunately.
 
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