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.

  • Value

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.

  • Durability

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.

  • Aesthetic appeal

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.

If you’re interested in an asphalt driveway for your home, complete our quick form and receive up to four FREE quotes from local, vetted and reputable professionals.

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Local Tarmac paving and driveways Projects

Project: Need someone to lay asphalt onto a base. Spoke to mr. Doing on behalf relative. Work to commence early 09. Please contact mornings or late evenings.
Project: Replace tarmac pathways to block of flats spoke to mr free holder of flats please conract to quoye contact anytime
Project: My drive way is really old and tired. I have some part of cement and half lawn.But I want to put Asphalt on to my drive way and would like to park up to two cars. The area is (6m X 8m) Also want to...
Project: Spoke to Mr Home owner Requires quote for repair of private road surface please contact to quote.
Project: Large driveway to be levelled and tarmac covered. Currently mixture of old tarmac, concrete areas and hogging. Total area about 250 square metres. lvnc
Project: parking for the fromt of the property 360 square feet approx, sloping at the front onto a level surface, surrounded on 3 sides by block walls lvnc
Project: GRUB UP EXISTING VEGIATION TO PATHS AND WEED KILL REPLACE ANY LOSSE KERBS AND RELIGN THOSE OUT OF LINE TAKE OUT ANY LOOSE MACADAM FROM EXISTING MACAAM SURFACE REGULATE AND APPLY TACK COAT AND LAY ...
Project: We are looking for a surface in a lighter colour eg a stone colour not dark grey as the existing tarmac but do not want block paving.Can you find someone to advise us and quote.It is a large area to b...
Project: Spoke to Mrs Home Owner looking for a quote as she want my driveway tarmaced with coloured tarmac please contact to assist
Project: front garden presently flagged but the flags have cracked and dipped in areas. I would like the whole area approx 40 sq meters tarmaced. This means removing the flags and tarmacing the area. I also...
Project: Spoke to Mr Home owner Looking for a quote for relaying tarmac driveway approx 45 sq metres. Scrape back surface. Binder and surface course. Curb edging. please contact anytime
Project: I have a driveway which is tarmac but now needs resurfaced as it is breaking up in places due to not being done properly. It is approx 100 sq meters in size there are slabs at one side which I would ...
Project: we currently have about 20 square metres of tarmac that has got very untidy as a result of some of it being dug up to help with laying a drain to our extension. We want theis area refinished and an...
Project: Renew drive way. (1901 house ) Good quality tarmacadam preferred Concrete down at present with numerous cracks. All rubbish needs to be removed from site after work complete. LVNC
Project: REMOVE PART OF A GARDEN WALL, REMOVE STONE SLABS NEAR THE FRONT DOOR,TARMAC THE DRIVE WAY AND NEAR THE FRONTOF THE FRONT DOOR lvnc
Project: replacing existing worn out tarmac driveway comprising entrance from A5 and approximately 508 square metres in total. Alternatively approximately 200 sqaure metres of entrance way the remainder to be...
Project: Remove lawn and topsoil, lay foundation and cover with tarmac. Cover adjacent driveway with tarmacadam. lvnc
Project: I would like to know if you charge for someone to come to my house and give us a cotation on how much it will cost to put tarmac on my driveway?. the space is not that big and im sure it will only tak...
Project: Lay new driveway to include removal or overlay of current concrete and grass with tarmac (may be red tarmac) (whatever is most cost effective form of new drive) lvnc
Project: remove old kerb stones replace with new tarmac drive over existing drive SPOKE TO MRS HOUSE OWNER PLEASE CONTACT TO QUOTE

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Tarmac drives activity in January 2018

Tarmac drives Projects in the UK in January 2018

December 2017 November / December
South East 325 33%
Western Midlands 281 -3%
North West 200 -17%
South West 161 -11%
Yorkshire & Humber 150 -21%
East Midlands 131 30%
East Of England 130 63%
Greater London 90 0%
Wales 88 0%
Scotland 64 -59%
North East 30 50%
Northern Ireland 19 -68%
United Kingdom 1,669 -4%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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