Block Paving Portfolio

Block Paving also known as brick paving is a commonly used decorative method of creating a pavement or hard-standing. The main benefit of using bricks over other materials is that individual blocks can be lifted and replaced when they suffer damage or become worn.

The bricks used are typically made up from concrete or clay, and sometimes other composite materials. The concrete style blocks most commonly used are made from porous materials; many are made up from recycled materials such as crushed glass and old building rubble.

We have listed a number of our projects below which showcase how we can transform the look of your home with a new driveway. Please take time to look below.

Form Pave – 3 Size Pavers with feature circle
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Form Pave – 3 Size Pavers with feature circle
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Form Pave – 3 Size Pavers with feature circle
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Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
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Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
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Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

Form Pave rectangular block in a 45 degree Herringbone pattern colour – Golden Brindle plus Charcoal border
(click for project example)

With decades with proven experience, our team of experts are ready to take on any project big or small in the local area.

We cover a 50 mile radius from our base in Finchampstead including the countires of Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire & Dorset.