Crazy paving and slabbing driveways

Crazy paving and slabbing

Crazy paving takes its name from the appearance. Whilst it has a crazed look with randomly placed paving pieces, it’s a cheap form of adding a unique appeal to your front or back garden.

With a trademark look of broken bits, it will set your home apart from those with block paving or wooden decking.

Although it may look like a simple DIY job, it shouldn’t be attempted without the necessary skills as there is actually heavy labour involved. A professional is best placed to complete a crazy paving job and the finished look will be fantastic.

Crazy paving benefits

For those looking at something different in their gardens, crazy paving could well be the answer. Rather than just the standard block paving, a crazed appearance will add a new dimension to your exterior and create a long lasting appeal.

With crazy paving:

  • Improve your home’s exterior aesthetic look, with something unique that adds style to your property

  • Have a cost effective way of paving your garden

  • You need little maintenance to keep the paving in tip-top condition, and it’s easily cleaned by natural rainfall

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Crazy paving will add something different to your home and is a cost effective way of paving your home.

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