Driveway paving materials fall into two main categories: solid-surface (i.e., smooth, seamless, even surfaces) and aggregate-surface. The most popular options lie in the first category, led by asphalt and concrete.
Aggregate-surface driveway paving materials include gravel and crushed stone. Driveway pavers lie somewhere in between these two main categories. Although they are individual components pieced together to form a whole, some types of driveway pavers can, if laid properly, form an almost seamless even surface.
We use only the best quality stones and materials in our driveway installations, such as the following;
Gravel is an attractive alternative to tarmac driveways for example, and comes in a variety of sizes, colours and styles.
Paving can be used on most surfaces. Perfect for drives and patios and will provide many years of wear and tear. Paving can be used to great effect on paths, patios, driveways or mixed with other paving types to create a unique design.
Block paving has become on of the most popular driveway and patio paving materials for domestic and commercial driveways, patios and pathways.