Block paving is the number one option for customers who want total choice in the design of their driveways. Paving blocks can be sourced in countless different colours and designs, so your driveway can be as unique as you wish.
A block paving driveway is a very straightforward way to add that 'wow' factor to the land around your home. at Town & Country Surfacing we ensure all block paving is expertly laid, with time spent on a quality sub-base to avoid unwanted high and low spots.
Drainage and edging are always taken into account with any driveway, to ensure the results are long lasting and retain their appearance for may years to come.
Our block paving team has over 20 years' experience laying high quality block paved driveways. Free site surveys and no-obligation quotes are available, along with our price match.
Whilst other forms of driveway surfacing, such as tarmacadam are functional, there is no better method than block paving for being both durable and the most aesthetically pleasing option. With various intricate & unique designs possible, our expert team can create beautiful & long lasting patterns that will enhance the look of your home instantly.
With your driveway typically being at the front of your home, it is often people’s first impression of your property which is why it can be important to have a beautifully designed driveway. If you’re looking for a traditional, heritage style aesthetic, the cobble stone variations are perfect for producing a rustic look. However, for a much more modern and contemporary design to complement your property our concrete slabs can be placed to create any design type you require.
We can continue the design of the block paving driveway with paths and garden sitting areas. We create a much more traditional driveway aesthetic, creating a brick red aesthetic to blend in with your neighbourhood perfectly.
Insured Nationwide Block Paving Contractor
There are many benefits of using a professional Nationwide block paving contractor when you decide to have a block paved driveway. It’s advised not to go for the cheapest quote, as like most things, you get what you pay for. More often than not, the cheapest quote is that for a reason, such as they are quite likely to be unreliable as will often cut corners and not do the block paving driveway surfacing properly. A good job starts with proper ground preparation to ensure long-lasting paving that will not sink; this step is often sacrificed by lower-priced firms.
Check that a contractor has public liability insurance, so that if any accidents occur as a result of their work you can claim against them. Reputable firms will have £5m.
A reputable firm will always offer a free guarantee to give you the peace of mind that you should expect as this is not a cheap process..
Don’t just take a company’s word for how great they are, always ask for any testimonials they may have. Obviously, most contractors will only let you have the positive ones so asking friends and family for recommendations is also a good idea.
Always insist that quotes are given in writing, as verbal quotes are completely worthless. Trustworthy contractors are unlikely to give you a written quote there and then so ask them to email or post the quote to you.
Check their previous work to get an idea of the standard of craftsmanship and to see if they have completed similar projects before so that you know what to expect.
Credible companies will be members of trade associations such as the Marshalls Approved Contractor scheme and have the necessary qualifications from recognisable bodies like City & Guilds. Before becoming approved, their quality of work will be scrutinised by experts who will check that their work complies with the high standards required. Membership can be checked by calling the relevant association.
When potential firms visit your property to provide a quote, be sure to ask them plenty of questions to ensure they know what they are talking about. Also, be sure to check their website; the best firms will display their knowledge by providing useful tips and advice, free of charge.