French/Patio Door Hangover Too Short?

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Old 02-27-20, 04:55 AM
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French/Patio Door Hangover Too Short?

Good Afternoon,

Please excuse my lack of technical jargon relating to DIY - itís not my forte!

Had and some new exterior doors fitted this week, by a reputable company with lots of 5star google/checkatrade reviews - which was why we choose them. Theyíve left the sill like this.
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Kitchen Door

Is this right/ok? Iím worried water will run off the sill, onto the brick and back into the house. Thereís no damp course under the frame, and itís on timber. The brickwork you see is the second course.

If its not right/ok. How can i rectify the situation? What would I need to do?

Thanks in advance. Appreciate the replies.
 
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Sorry just read the post on how to attach photos, hopefully these work...
 
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Are the bricks sloped, my doors are very similar!

What is different from prior doors?
 
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Old 02-27-20, 09:22 AM
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Thanks Marq1.

No, bricks not sloped.
The doors ARE in the original place of the prior ones. But the brickwork was under the sill before. So the sill was longer. Does that make sense?
 
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