Popular materials for our customers throughout the North West have included:
A gravel driveway can look spectacular. With proper and correct structure, a gravel driveway can last a long time, giving you a satisfying crunch underfoot or as your drive along your driveway. They can look grand and decadent, and fit well into a landscaped garden. However, there will be maintenance with the driveway, with the odd bit of raking to smooth out dents and dimples, as well as the odd bit of weeding.
Tar and gravel is a type of gravel drive, but the gravel sticks to the tar underneath rather than it being loose. It is also known as tar and chip, and provides a rough surface. This can need renewing every 10 years or so, depending on use.
Asphalt provides a black, smooth surface to your driveway, akin to a road surface and is a popular option if the budget is tight. This type of driveway material needs to be effectively sealed as water permeating within the asphalt will soon see it degenerate, especially in harsh North West winters when temperature drop below freezing. The thawing ice will expand and crack the asphalt.
Concrete is another driveway material that many R Way Paving customers opt for. Solid and high quality, concrete driveways can stand both the pounding of cars and the weather. And no longer is concrete grey in colour; colour can now be added to concrete to make it more aesthetically pleasing.
There are many other modern driveway materials for our customers to consider; contact R Way Paving to discuss the full range and competitive packages they offer.
R Way Paving can provide a full block paving service.
All types of paving work can be undertaken