Our diverse product range and installation knowledge means we have the ability to offer a variety of driveway solutions for all budgets.
A driveway can transform the look of your home and is a great opportunity to showcase your personality - with over 50 style and colour combinations you’re bound to find a driveway as unique as you are. Whether you choose a classic or contemporary design, your driveway is guaranteed to last for generations to come.
We have a combination of the latest driveway systems available and traditional methods that mean we can cater to any driveway requirement. We will work with you to advise on the best solution for your requirements and explain the installation process.
We can quotes for:
- Artificial Grass
- Design Services
As part of our design / installation process we always consider water channels and drainage to ensure no water damage is incurred once your new driveway is complete. We can replace existing manhole covers with new recessed manhole covers.
Additional features available as part of our Driveway installation:
- Adding security posts; if you want more control over who can access your drive these are a simple and stylish solution. They can also help deter theft.
- Introducing kerbs; ideal if you want a neater partition between your driveway and lawn or other areas.
If you would like to find out more about our driveway products & services please get in touch.
Driveway Drainage and Regulations
In 2008 the laws surrounding paving your front garden changed and it is now required that you get planning permission before any such work takes place.
The main reason behind making planning permission a must have, is due to ensuring that water run off is considered and methods are considered to prevent flooding to public roads and neighbouring houses. However, the rules around planning permission are quite complex – it can be dependant on the materials you choose and the style of your home, for example if you live in a listed building you will definitely need planning permission. But if you don't live in a listed building and you choose certain materials for your driveway you can be exempt from needing permission.