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Product Overview

Types of Path Material

Asphalt
Concrete
Gravel
Paving
Asphalt Paths: the Pros and Cons

Asphalt Paths: the Pros and Cons

Asphalt is an oil-based material that is great for surfacing paths. It can be used to create a matte, smooth surface that is very practical.

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Concrete Path

The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Concrete Path

Concrete is a frequently-used surfacing material. You can find it on roads, carparks and other outdoor areas. It’s popular because it’s long-lasting, low maintenance and easy to customise.

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Should You Install a Gravel Path on Your Property?

Should You Install a Gravel Path on Your Property?

Gravel is a common and popular path surfacing material. People choose it because it’s long-lasting, inexpensive and easy to customise.

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Is Paving a Good Way to Surface Your Path?

Is Paving a Good Way to Surface Your Path?

Paving is available in three main materials: concrete, natural stone and clay brick. It’s a common and popular way to surface a path.

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Estimated budget

£8 per m²
Low Estimate
£50 per m²
High Estimate

Path costs vary depending on a number of things, including:

  • the surfacing material you use
  • the size of your path
  • the design you choose
  • your location

To get a precise price for your path, get quotes from up to 4 reliable professionals.