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18 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Canterbury - CT3

Enquiry from: Kady N

Start Date: Immediate

Full driveway block paved

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18 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Asphalt / Tarmac

Maidstone - ME15

Enquiry from: Caroline B

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***ft resin or tarmac please

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18 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Slab

Slough - SL1

Enquiry from: Mohhamad A

Start Date: Immediate

owner terrace slab paving other 2-3 cars supplied and laid 1-3 months are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace do you require: crazy paving / slabs what work do you ne...

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17 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Hungerford - RG17

Enquiry from: Ross P

Start Date: Immediate

can you send a quote for the front paving to the property using traditional block paving. would it include taking up existing paving and turfed area, preparing sub base and laying new block paving wi...

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17 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Slab

Ascot - SL5

Enquiry from: Paulk M

Start Date: Immediate

removing old patio - so slabs, a little soil, pallets and bags.

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17 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Brighton - BN2

Enquiry from: Zubery M

Start Date: Immediate

i planning to have a driveway at the front of my house are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached do you require: block paving location: front what work is require...

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16 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Pattern Imprinted

Southampton - SO18

Enquiry from: Matt L

Start Date: Less than one month

looking for a price for concrete printed drive. 70m2 area. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace do you require: pattern imprinted paving what work do you need to ha...

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16 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Gravel

Lyndhurst, Southampton - SO40

Enquiry from: Valerie D

Start Date: Immediate

a small area of grass to be replaced with gravel or concrete next to existing concrete drive

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16 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Slough - SL2

Enquiry from: Hafsah S

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owner other block paving 2-3 cars supplied and laid 1-3 months are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: other do you require: block paving location: both what work is required...

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16 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Resin Bound

Pevensey - BN24

Enquiry from: Brian R

Start Date: Immediate

A resin bond replacement driveway

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15 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Basingstoke - RG22

Enquiry from: Rajeev J

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I'm looking to redo my driveway/ front garden.

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15 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Aldershot - GU12

Enquiry from: Paul R

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a round flower bed about 12x12 ft removed and blocked paved over are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached do you require: block paving location: front what work is req...

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15 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Slab

Reading - RG5

Enquiry from: Manpreet K

Start Date: Immediate

owner terrace slab paving other 2-3 cars supplied and laid 1-3 months are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace do you require: crazy paving / slabs what work do you ne...

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15 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Slab

Bicester - OX26

Enquiry from: Ava S

Start Date: Immediate

ms requested quotes for slab paving from a driveway installer around bicester. they are considering a couple of projects at the moment.call anytime to arrange appointment to discuss. the information b...

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15 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Coulsdon - CR5

Enquiry from: Annalisa F

Start Date: Immediate

we have a grass area which we want to turn into parking bay. we need 25mm edging and paving for 1 car space.. no demolition is required. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type...

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14 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Slab

Welling - DA16

Enquiry from: Daniel S

Start Date: Immediate

Rear garden paving slabs removed and replaced

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14 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Asphalt / Tarmac

Weybridge - KT13

Enquiry from: Marcus R

Start Date: Immediate

retaining wall for sunken driveway. existing drive in concrete needs resurfacing and steps resurfaced. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached

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12 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Gravel

Milton Keynes - MK17

Enquiry from: Sophie R

Start Date: Immediate

drive way leveled out, drainage put in, gravel and sleepers around the edge are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace do you require: other what work do you need to have...

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12 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Block

Brighton - BN1

Enquiry from: Umair A

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Hi i need to get a driveway done

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11 Aug

Paving & Driveway | Slab

Maidstone - ME15

Enquiry from: Graham K

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

customer requested quotes for slab paving from a driveway installer around maidstone. they are considering a couple of projects at the moment.call anytime to arrange appointment to discuss. the inform...

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How much do Driveway Installer services cost?

Are you planning to install a driveway on your home or property? If yes, then you’ll most likely be interested to know exactly how much it’s going to cost. Well, to get started you’ll have to decide whether you’ll be doing this yourself or perhaps you’d be hiring a specialist. The project could be much more effective if you decide to tackle it on your own as you’re only going to be worried about the paying for the materials without any labour costs. However, installing a driveway is not the simplest of tasks even for the competent and more experienced DIYers. Therefore, if you choose to carry out the project on your own, you should also get ready for a longer completion time than it would have been if you hired a professional which is usually around 48 hours. If you have all the tools and materials in place before commencement, then it’s possible to complete the project over the weekend. However, there are many risks involved such as the possibility of misjudging the proper quantity of concrete mixture (for a concrete driveway) and more. So, how much does driveway installer charge?

Well, just like other home improvement projects, the amount charged by driveway installers depend on a number of factors like the type of driveway (concrete, asphalt, tarmac etc), size of the area, the experience of the professional, the property’s location and lots more. However, in general, the average cost of a driveway ranges between £35 to £85 per square metre. For labour costs, you can expect to pay between £200 to £450 per day based on the work’s complexity.

The table shows the sorts of task that Driveway Installers typically do as well as the regular cost series of these projects. Some jobs take longer to finish than others so costs do be very different by project.

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The average price
of a Driveway Installer in South East is:

£3,875

Driveway Installer job Driveway Installer cost in 2022
Tarmac paving and driveways in South East £1,209-£5,863
Block paving in South East £2,000-£9,867
Slab Paving and Driveway in South East £1,125-£7,625
Driveway cleaning in South East £260-£693
Gravel paving and driveways in South East £1,463-£5,275
Pattern imprinted driveways in South East £2,417-£8,250
Resin bound driveway in South East £1,563-£6,342
Driveway repair in South East £1,520-£2,280
Indian Stone Paving in South East £1,167-£7,934
Pave Driveway in South East £1,100-£7,700

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Driveway Installer FAQs

Are patterned concrete driveways durable?
Yes, patterned concrete driveways are very durable. Concrete, once set, is extremely strong and will take the weight of your car or cars easily. Most installers say that a pattern imprinted concrete driveway will last at least 10 years, but some may last as long as 25 years.The key to keeping your patterned concrete driveway in tip top condition is regular maintenance and swift repair. While there isn’t much maintenance to be done, sweeping the driveway regularly and washing off any oil or petrol spills will stop erosion. If you do notice any problems with your driveway, it’s best to get someone to come and inspect and repair it as soon as possible before any issues become too large. A good way to increase the durability of your patterned driveway is to ensure that it’s laid on a high quality sub-base. To cut costs, you may consider laying it on your existing tarmac or block driveway, but this should only be done if it’s in good condition and there are no signs of sinking. If the sub-base does sink during the lifetime of your concrete driveway, there’s no way to solve it – other than digging up the driveway and starting from scratch.

how much is block paving?

So have you decided to lay block paving on your property? If yes, then knowing how much it would cost would help you prepare a budget and set out a plan before commencement of the project. The cost of block paving depends on a wide range of factors such as the the size of the area in question, cost of labour as well as the type of brick and block paving to be used. So how much does block paving cost? In this article, we’ll give you an general idea of the cost of laying of block paving on a driveway so you can estimate your cost according to your personal requirements and needs.

For a small to medium sized driveway featuring a complex design, the block pavings’ cost starts from a range between £3,000 to £4,000, meanwhile that of a large sized pathway will jump to a range between £6,500 to £7,500. And depending on the complexity of the design, the final cost of the project can be greatly impacted as it would also take a longer period of time to be completed. For the same small to medium sized pathway featuring a simple design which usually takes up to 3 to 4 days will cost within a range of £4,500 to £5,500. While a complex design such as a herringbone pattern will take up to 5 to 6 days and costing within a range of £5,000 to £6,000.

Furthermore, there are also other factors that can determine the price of block paving and another example is the current condition. This includes the preparation work to be carried out before laying the block paving can be a time consuming task especially when the driveway is in a terrible condition and this comes with a high labour cost. Another factor to be considered is the materials used in making the block paving such as stone, concrete, cement, composite and resin - they’re all available in various range of colours and textures. They play a key role in the block paving cost.

How to remove oil from block paving?

Removing oil from block paving can be tricky, and a professional clean and re-point is often the best option. However, for small stains, especially recent ones, it’s worth attempting to clean it yourself. To do this, you can purchase oil remover or driveway cleaning solutions – although be careful, as some may stain or mark certain kinds of paving stones. In general, stay away from acid based cleaners.

how to repair concrete driveway pitting?

Pitting, also referred to as spalling is the event whereby “pits or small holes start showing on the surface of your concrete driveway which makes it appear both worn and uneven. Concrete driveway pitting is a common but highly frustrating problem for most homeowners. You’ll see some concrete driveways that’ll only start to pit after a couple of years, but this is not true for all concrete driveways as others will start to show signs only after a couple of months. So how do you tackle this issue? Well, it’s relatively simple to tackle, however if you’re not confident or lack the necessary skills, we’d recommend you get in touch with a reliable professional who can guarantee the best results for help. In this guide, we’ll take you through the concrete driveway pitting repair process.

✓ Prepare the pits by cleaning the area, clearing out all debris and more. The small pits can be cleaned with a stiff brush while a sturdy broom will do a good job for larger pits.

✓ Make use of a hose to spray the concrete pits and flush out all remaining bits of waste.

✓ If you’re tackling series of small pits, simply use a caulking gun filled with pre-mixed epoxy and specially formulated for concrete to fill the pits. Clear off the excess eproxy ensuring that its level with the concrete surface. Once done, simply leave for at least 24 hours before the application of a concrete sealant to prevent the wear and tear of the new concrete.

✓ Chisel out a little concrete and clean with a pressure washer. Once done, apply a concrete resurfacing compound mixture into the holes and use a trowel to level off.

✓ Ensure that the repaired concrete driveway is protected from rain and foot traffic for at least 6 hours (or 24 hours for vehicles).

do you need planning permission for a driveway?

As a homeowner, your home is your haven where you can control things and add more value, however that doesn’t give you the license to go around digging up your driveway as you deem fit. Replacing your old driveway with a new one comes with its own unique set of rules which are put in place to ensure that your personal preferences doesn’t pose long term issues such as flooding or poor visibility on any adjoining road. You should however note that it’s not every time you would need a planing permission for your driveway.

Below are the circumstances whereby you’ll need to submit an application before commencing your driveway paving project.

• In the event whereby you are to pave a driveway of over 5 square metres and/or a permeable surface is not available for its drainage. If the later is not available, there’ll be an increase in the flood risk. As a result, there’s the need to take into account permeable paving for your project.

• In the event whereby you’re changing the visibility on your road. These situations include removal of trees, gates or walls and the like. So far your changes negatively affects drivers’ visibility, you’ll need a planning permission.

• In the situations whereby you need to include a drop kerb. You may plan to add in a drop kerb if you’re thinking about expanding your driveway. Therefore, since residents can’t change the roads or pavements at their first fanciful impulse you’ll need to consult your local council before submitting your application.

• In the situation whereby its a listed building. Planning decisions are also greatly affected by the need to protect historic building. So if your building is a listed one, you’d have to submit an application before making changes.

When's the best time to get driveway work done?

Driveway work is usually done in the warmer half of the year. This is partly to avoid bad weather. If you want to get ahead and avoid waiting for a contractor to be free, you should try getting in touch with a professional in the early spring so a date can be booked for install as soon as practically possible.

How to get rid of weeds in block paving?

There’s no doubt that weeds coming through your block paving can be unsightly and annoying. But, it’s relatively easy to get rid of weeds that are growing in the joints between your block paving. To start, pull out the larger weeds, and then you can use a pressure washer or firm bristled brush to remove the smaller weeds and debris from the joints in your block paving. It’s best to then refill the joints with additional sand to ensure your block paving remains level. Regularly brushing your block paving and treating with weed killer will help to prevent the weeds from reoccurring.

How to clean block paving?

Cleaning block paving is a fairly straightforward task, although you’ll want to be careful to not use any chemicals that may cause damage to the surface. Use a simple household soap, mixed with water, and brush this across the paving with a stiff brush. Then, simply rinse off with clean water. Alternatively, use a pressure washer – but be careful not to use it on a powerful setting, as this may damage the joints and can cause slabs to come loose. Using the pressure washer on a medium setting and at a 45 degree angle is recommended.

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