Hey folks, we recently had the furthest part of the back garden block paved, there was an existing concrete base there due to previous shed but that fell apart (previous house owners!) and I did not want to be stuck with an odd shaped shed so had block paving done, i'll say the people I used for that patio 'got the job done' however would not exactly say I was delighted with what they did, anyhow it's done now... It is not 100% level, I prefer to use the term 'wonky teeth' it's actually not that bad, but all I keep hearing about is you cannot put a shed on it unless it's 100% level, so now I have ordered a shed (8 x 8) I am wondering about the best way to just get a base down, I was thinking about these; https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LOG-CABI...SHED-BASE-GREENHOUSE-BASE-FLOOR/173072791232? Or these? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Shedmate...elling-Garden-Shed-Decking-Feet/371645905048? I cannot see how the first link works, as surely if it's not 100% level in the first place, all it'll do is just make a higher version of an already-not 100% level base??? Here is a pic of the area it will be going on, I've tried to be all arty and get angles in but not sure I have achieved that but have a look anyway! (Obviously the concrete at the back will be painted dark however it'll be hidden by the shed anyhow! I will also be fitting guttering and 2 water butts to the rear of the shed. Much appreciate any help/advice in advance PS> They built up the paving as the concrete at the back was about 6 inches higher than the grass level, so that has also left me a dilemma with how to finish the edges, as right now it's a sloped out bunch of cement... Thinking about sanding it smoother but not sure what else...?