Answers to common questions about our block paving, driveway and landscaping services.

How long does it take to install a new patio?

This all depends on how big the area is and what exactly needs to be done. If you would like us to give you a free no obligation quote on a new patio, then please contact us today.

Will you require a deposit before you start the work?

Unlike other patio and driveway companies, will not ask for any deposits or payment until we have finished all of the work.

How Much will it cost to have a new block paving driveway and a sandstone patio laid?

Sorry but we cannot give you a price until we assess your front and back garden. Call us today so we can discuss your full requirements. You will find our contact details here.

Can I use my new driveway straight away?

Yes, you can use your new driveway as soon as we leave.

Do you supply a skip or will I have to high one?

We will take care of that for you. We have all the transport needed to take away any soil, concrete or old paving slabs not needed for the project. We promise, there will be no mess left when we leave.

What areas do you cover in Lancashire, Manchester and Cheshire?

We cover all these areas in Lancashire, Manchester and Cheshire.

  • Accrington
  • Blackburn
  • Bolton
  • Brierfield
  • Burnley
  • Bury
  • Chester
  • Colne
  • Ellesmere Port
  • Haseldon
  • Hebden Bridge
  • Keighley
  • Leigh
  • Manchester
  • Nelson
  • Northwich
  • Preston
  • Ramsbottom
  • Wigan

If there is an area that is not mentioned, then give us a call as we may be able to accommodate you.

Can you come and seal our driveway?

Yes of course we can. We do offer a sealing service to all our customers that have just had a new driveway or patio installed. If you have used another block paving company, then we are still happy to offer this service to you.

How long does it take for my sealed driveway to dry?

It can take up to about 12 hours to dry on a warm sunny day. But we recommend you stay off it for 24 hours.

What is the difference between resin bound and resin bounded?

The difference is:

The resin bound system is where we mix a clear resin and the aggregate together before being trowel applied. This will produce a glossy flat surface.

The resin bounded system is where we apply a thin layer of coloured resin at a depth of 1mm. We will then coat this with a small decorative aggregate. This will produce a natural looking gravel driveway.