Most block paving driveways are installed with natural stone and brick as they are highly porous materials. Not only are they perfectly designed to drain excess rain and run-off water to the water table below your property, permeable block paving doesn’t require planning permission.
We are experts at installing a variety of block paving styles as part of a brand-new driveway project for home and business owners in Dover, Margate, Deal, Folkestone, Canterbury, Ashford and Kent. Clients can rely on our builder and contractor team to design and fit a range of natural block paving surfaces, such as stone, concrete and brick, complete with edging as part of our hard landscaping service.
Brick and stone are ideal choices for either block paving garden patios or driveways at Dover, Margate, Deal, Folkestone, Canterbury, Ashford and Kent properties. Once laid, they require very little maintenance.
The interlocking features of brick block paving helps to maintain its position and strength against overhead pressure and general wear and tear. Because of their naturally rough texture, brick driveways prevent accidents with an anti-slip surface. Brick and clay block pavers are also great at retaining their colour, without being susceptible to fading or cracking from ultraviolet rays and heat.
In addition to brick, natural stone block paving is ideal for driveways because of their durability. However, concrete, sandstone and limestone pavers offer a broader selection of colours, patterns, and textures for Dover, Margate, Deal, Folkestone, Canterbury, Ashford and Kent to choose from.
With more than 35 years of experience in laying block paving for driveways, we’ll help you to pick the ideal type of block pavers, which are all extremely versatile and permeable for superior drainage capabilities. Choosing the product best suited to your needs depends on the level of vehicle traffic at your Dover, Margate, Deal, Folkestone, Canterbury, Ashford and Kent property. When conducting an initial site visit, our builders, designers and contractors will take into consideration the support that is required for sustaining the weight from a regular flow of cars and people, plus any drainage issues to resolve during the installation process.