About Driveway Paving
We can transform your wasted garden area into a new enjoyable living space for you and your family. Whether you are looking for a quick tidy up of your existing garden or a total garden overhaul we promise to find you the perfect paving or patio solution at a price that is affordable to you. From initial contact through to the finishing touches to your garden, we offer a professional, reliable service to our customers. We will communicate with you throughout the project to ensure that we achieve the appearance and function that you imagined from your garden.
The best quality materials
We use only the best quality materials from long established suppliers such as Kilsaran, Roadstone, Double LL Concrete and Naas Patio Centre. The best quality materials themed with ample preparation and superior workmanship will all converge to reduce the need for ongoing maintenance.
In just a matter of days your driveway or garden can be transformed into a new beautiful space for you to enjoy the summer evenings.
There are many important stages involved in any paving project.
Firstly we inspect the existing area; at this stage, we are looking for existing drainage, any evidence of drainage or water issues and the existing ground levels. From this
From this inspection, we decide the depth of digging and degree of fall that is required. Once this is done, we commence the preparation work. Once the necessary depth is reached any drainage required will be installed. Then we lay a sub base layer of 804 hard core and compact this using a plate compactor. Following
Once the necessary depth is reached any drainage required will be installed. Following this we lay a sub base layer of 804 hard core and compact this using a plate compactor. After that, we add a bedding layer. This is a sand mix that supports and holds the paving in place. Again the area will be compacted with a plate compactor to ensure a solid base for laying the paving product. Then the paving will be lay in a suitable pattern.
All full brick or slabs are initially laid. Then the cuts will be done neatly to ensure no gaps or variation in the lines. Once the whole area is laid, it will be closely inspected. This is to ensure no movement. The levels will also be re-checked to ensure no surface water will remain in the area. Finally the finishing touches will be done. This includes jointing the gaps between the bricks/slabs using sand or a cement mix depending on the product being used.