Residential Surfacing

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Constructing new, or repairing & resurfacing ageing driveways has always been an important part of the services we offer. Our estimators can advise on the many surfaces & edgings available together with discussing drainage options to comply with Environment Agency legislation. Our workforce has many years of experience providing a full range of surfaces which include:

  • Asphalt (Tarmac) – in differing aggregate sizes & colours.
  • Porous Asphalt – for Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) to comply with Environment Agency requirements.
  • Block Paving – in a huge range of block types & colours.
  • Concrete – laid to a tamped or brushed finish.
  • Resin Bound – the ultimate for a super neat drive offering a completely consistent hard wearing surface in a range of colours.
  • Surface Dressing – in different coloured aggregates.
  • Grasscrete & Plastic Paving Grids – stone or soil-filled for grass or easy drainage.
  • Cotswold Stone or Loose Aggregate – for a more cost effective coloured surface which drains well.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a Resin Bound driveway cost?

There are a few factors that determine the cost of a Resin Bound driveway. For example, the current surface condition and what preparation is required. If the existing surface is cracked or crazed, then the drive would need total reconstruction. If the driveway is in a good condition, then the Resin can be laid on top.
The cost to supply and lay the Resin (without any preparation work) can vary between £50 – 65 per square metre depending on the size of the area. Contact us today for a no-obligation quotation.

Depending on the shape of the area, we can usually lay between 25 – 35 square metres of block paving driveway per day.

If a tar and chip driveway is applied to a good quality tarmac surface, then we would expect it to last between 5-7 years.

Yes, you do need approval to install a dropped kerb. We are an approved contractor for West Sussex Highways and you can begin the application process for a dropped kerb here.

A new driveway will either need a drainage system installed or be constructed with porous materials. This is to prevent surface water from running out onto the highways. Consideration for driveway drainage is now a planning requirement.

There could be a variety of problems that have caused your drainage to fail. To determine what the issue is, a site survey would be required. This might include a camera survey, as the problem will more than likely be hidden underground. Contact us today for a no-obligation quotation.

The cost for a tarmac drive or road can vary for many reasons. For example, the size of the area, the condition of the existing surface and access to the area.
A site survey would be required to provide you with an accurate cost. Contact us today for a no-obligation quotation.

A new tarmac drive with a good sub-structure should last up to 15 years without showing any major signs of deterioration.

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