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WE ARE A FAMILY RUN BUSINESS AND HAVE BEEN SERVING THE NORTH WALES AREA FOR OVER 30 years
We are experienced in construction and surfacing of roads, car parks, footpaths and domestic driveways.
A quality driveway does more than just increase the convenience of accessing your property and parking vehicles. Driveways are home improvements that add real value to a property and, with a quality finish by a professional firm, can be a real landscaping feature.
Tarmac is still one of the most popular finishes for driveways today due to its longevity, flexibility and durability.
Our professionalism has helped to build long lasting relationships working with the same clients and customers year after year.
Whilst tarmac is one of the most economical driveway surfacing solutions, it can still be a very attractive option, especially with the extensive array of decorative edgings and features available.Additionally, savings can be achieved due to the fact that most existing tarmacadam and concrete driveways can be overlaid with a new wearing course, which means less disruption when replacing an existing driveway.
We operate both hand lay and machine gangs laying a full range of asphalt and macadam products into a broad range of applications - including to local authority specification. In addition we also provide other associated services including raising ironworks, curbing and drainage and the civil engineering services.
Made to last, block paving is available in numerous styles, colour and sizes to complement almost any setting.
Laid in traditional patterns such as herringbone and basket weave, we can create an impressive individual finish using a wide range of colour including; brindle, red, charcoal, buff, burnt ochre, bracken and pewter multi.
Block paving is robust enough for normal pedestrian and domestic vehicle use when laid on a suitable structure.
Call us today to see how we can help you.
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