Pattern imprinted driveways
Pattern imprinted paving and driveways
Driveways have been popularly concreted or gravelled for many years, but slowly decorative paving techniques have started to break into the market.
With pattern imprinted driveways you also have the opportunity to resemble another surface, such as slate, granite, cobbles and even block paving. However, with your own imagination you can create something that’s visually stunning and aesthetically pleasing.
The benefits of pattern imprinted driveways
With minimal maintenance required, pattern imprinted driveways have become a superior force on the market and can last a lifetime for little hassle.
These patterned driveways are created with the highest quality of material. Fibre mesh reinforcement is contained in the concrete and once sealed it’s 25% stronger than normal concrete.
The main benefits of patterned driveways include:
25% extra strength than normal concrete driveways
No weeds ruining the aesthetic appeal
Resistance to both oil and stains
No sinking or spreading
The colours don’t fade over time
Little maintenance and natural rainfall will clear most dirt
Patterned driveway quotes
Patterned driveways add something different to your home; creating a unique look with any design you can put your mind to.
If you’re interested in this strong, aesthetically pleasing style, complete our quick form and receive up to four FREE quotes from, local, vetted and reputable professionals.
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Pattern imprinted driveways activity in January 2018
Pattern imprinted driveways Projects in the UK in January 2018
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