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How We Work

The steps to your completed driveway

1
Removal of existing surface

We will lift and remove any current surface, such as monoblock, slabs or tarmac.

2
Reduction in level

This is where we excavate the ground down to a suitable bearing stratum.
Cross section of a driveway

3
Waste Removal

We use SEPA registered waste carriers to remove and recycle all waste from our sites, ensuring all private and public paths and roads are clean and tidy.

4
Sub-base

We build from the bearing stratum up to the required build height using a material called Type 1. This is compacted in small layers to achieve a full load bearing capacity, effectivity acting as the foundations to your driveway.

5
Edging stones

Your edging stones are then laid on a wet mortar bed before being haunched to the front and rear of each block. These kerb or edging stones ensure there is no lateral movement of your driveway.

6
Sand Screed

Monoblock and Tegula blocks are laid on a sand screed that is compacted to allow a smooth, level bed to accept the block for a perfect and even finish.

7
Kiln Dried Sand

Upon completion of block install, very fine, kiln dry sand is brushed into the joints of the block before it is then compacted using a vibrating plate to ensure, a sealed, completed finish to your property investment

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