With more than 30 years of experience, T&R paving have the knowledge and skills that you’re looking for. Consisting of a team of professionals, we refresh existing block paving slabs and provide brand-new driveways in Chessington, Kingston, Surrey, and the surrounding area. Your needs are our priority, and each driveway comes with a 5-year guarantee for your peace of mind. This proves our professionalism and expertise.
A range of options are available from the team at T&R Paving Ltd. They include the following:
Block paving can be laid in several different formats. When choosing block paving patterns, careful consideration should be given to load-bearing areas such as driveways or parking areas. These applications require block paving to be laid in an inter-locking pattern for maximum strength and wear.
Block paving designs are unlimited. Each type of block paving stone or brick is available in a range of complementary colours and textures. By rotating the block in a different direction, it can appear a different shade of colour. With the addition of octants or circles, paving features can be created. This can be complimented with the use of kerbs and edgings to create beautiful block paving designs and patterns.
Herringbone paving patterns are constructed from 2:1 blocks – e.g. Marshalls Driveline 50. As a result, the bricks are twice as long as their width. Whether they are interlocked and laid as 90 or 45 Herringbone, the layout could be enhanced with subtle colour changes in the blocks. The use of pattern features, such as circular or octant paving, also provides benefits. For larger areas, we’d recommend 45 extended Herringbone to enhance the aesthetic appearance of block paving.
Kerbs play an essential part in both your driveway and garden design, performing several functions and adding the finishing touches. Our kerbs include complementary kerbs to suit all paving ranges. As well as this, all our kerbs are available in a variety of positions by simply rotating the unit to suit. By incorporating raised kerbs into your driveway or garden area, you’ll receive a unique driveway that’s full of character.
Edgings for driveways and garden areas come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and materials. The reason for using an edging are manifold, but usually include one or more of the following:
To restrain the paving, keeping it in place – as with block paving.
To create a step up or down between the paving and another surface.
To create ‘check’ that keeps traffic on the driveway.
To keep garden soil and/or turf separate from the paving.
To keep vegetation/weeds out of the paving.