Tarmac Driveways can look smooth and pristine when applied correctly, matching the road outside your home. But colour choices are very limited. Ideal for a quickly installed new drive.
Flagged and Blocked Paved Driveways
Flagged and Blocked Paved Driveways, or small concrete blocks, are a popular choice for many homeowners, these can create a great look at the front of your home but certain patterns require precise laying which increases installation costs.
Stone and gravel driveways
Stone and gravel driveways are a good choice if you want to deter burglars, because they are loud when parking your car or walking over them. They're one of the cheapest options available, but you may need to 'top-up' your driveway often. And because they can be laid directly onto the ground, your drive will need regular maintenance, garden membrane and strong weed killer to prevent weeds and grasses from growing.
Bricks or cobblestone driveways
Bricks or cobblestone driveways are not as common as they used to be, but they can really enhance the period feel of a house. However they are expensive because they are unusual, and require specialist installation.
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