Do you need a Block Paving Driveway?
Southeast Groundworks Ltd install all kinds of Brick, Block and Resin Driveways in Tonbridge, Kent.
Our workforce are highly skilled in many areas ranging from driveway tarmacing, pavement tarmacing, brick driveways, concrete pavements, garden maintenance, front garden patios, rear garden patios, swimming pool decking areas slab laying and more.
Transform the exterior of your property by creating an attractive and durable driveway, which will increase your property value and resolve your off-road parking needs. We use a variety of materials including:
• Block Paving Driveways
• Resin Driveways
• Brick Driveways
• Tarmac Driveways
• Decorative Stone
We are fully competent, reliable, friendly and hardworking. If you have any queries please feel free to contact us. Commercial groundworks, driveways, pavements, tarmacing, garden patio installations and repairs through out Kent. All work is professionally guaranteed and we are fully insured.
Do you need a Tarmac Driveway?
We can provide all types of drives and paths. Some of the most popular driveway types that we install include:
Tarmac Driveways – Drives made from tarmac follow the same principle as most of the roads in the UK. Tarmac driveways, also known as an asphalt driveway, are a popular choice within the UK, thanks mainly to their affordable prices, long life span and minimal maintenance. They are one of the most flexible solutions, with no restrictions on the size of shape of the drive or path required.
Block Paved Driveways – These drives come in a range of different designs, with many different bricks, blocks and sands available to choose from. Block paved driveways provide home owners the ability to choose a style and colour that suits their home. These driveways provide excellent drainage, but often require some weed control, as they can grow through the spaces between the pavers.
Gravel Driveways – These involve special driveway gravel being poured over a hardened surface. They can be an affordable drive and path solution, but one of the most common downsides of a gravel driveway is the increased maintenance. The gravel can move, and often requires levelling, and weeds can also often grow through. Gravel driveways also require relatively flat ground, to reduce the amount of movement.