Tarmac paving and driveways
Asphalt paving and driveways
With a range of materials to choose from when deciding on your driveway, including block paving and gravel, why should you opt for asphalt instead?
With asphalt you can enjoy the visual effect of a real stone or brick driveway, but with additional benefits that aren’t seen with the above mentioned materials.
The benefits of asphalt driveways
There are a number of benefits that you can take from asphalt driveways.
The cost of renovating your home’s front garden could have put you off a driveway in the past. Gravel or paved driveways can prove expensive, but with asphalt you could save thousands of pounds on the installation cost.
The durability of asphalt driveways is another significant reason to invest. When installed by a professional the surface won’t crack or lift. It’s also resistant to water, ensuring the driveway structure isn’t affected. And on top of this plant growth and insect activity is eliminated.
With an asphalt driveway you have the opportunity to create something unique, and there are a variety of patterns and colours available to choose from. With no raised or broken pieces it will bring huge aesthetic value to your home and this can be maintained for years with minimal maintenance required.
Asphalt driveway quotes
Asphalt driveways provide a number of benefits for all homes, with an aesthetic appeal that can’t be matched by gravel of block paving surfaces.
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Tarmac drives activity in June 2018
Tarmac drives Projects in the UK in June 2018
|May 2018||April / May|
|Yorkshire & Humber||150||-21%|
|East Of England||130||63%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
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