We understand that no two properties or homeowners are the same, so no two driveways will be the same. Our team provide a bespoke service when it comes to driveway design, ensuring you receive a drive that is tailored to your tastes and specific requirements.
We were established in 1956 and have spent more than half a century providing customers with quality surfacing solutions. Based in the heart of Dorset, we have a long and proud history of providing the highest quality services for our clients, both commercial and domestic.
We are a family-run company with three generations of history, and we pride ourselves on customer service. Whatever your request for Poole driveways, we can accommodate.
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Resin is a highly versatile surfacing material that has grown in popularity over the years. It boasts the same strength and durability as tarmac, making it ideal for driveways, Poole clients. However, it is the aesthetic appeal that makes resin such a popular choice.
Resin is available in a wide range of coloured aggregates, and we can even mix and match these to create a stunning surface. Our resin is UV-stable too, so your surface won’t fade or discolour in the sun, leaving you with a surface that lasts and looks great for years to come.
Tarmac has always been a popular surfacing material, thanks to its durability and strength. It is ideal for use on Poole driveways as it can hold up under the weight of multiple vehicles without any damage. Aesthetically, a tarmac surface offers sophistication with its uniform black surface, and this can be enhanced with decorative edging.
Gravel driveways are usually found on larger rural homes but have seen a rise in popularity with modern homeowners in recent years. This is because gravel is a budget-friendly material that also happens to be environmentally friendly, allowing for the replenishment of groundwater. It is also available in a variety of colours, from standard grey and yellow shingles to coloured stone chippings.