At West Wales Paving, we are able to supply and lay block pavers in our outdoor projects. Block paving is a very popular surface choice for driveways, roadways, paths and patios. It is a decorative alternative to tarmac or concrete, with a wide variety of styles and colours available that can be combined in a number of ways to create unique paving patterns and driveway designs that can enhance your property aesthetically. For example, we can create a block paving border from contrasting blocks to create a striking look. 

A well thought out driveway can help you to get the most out of your outdoor space- our experts have experience in working with spaces of all shapes and sizes, using innovative paving designs and methods to maximise the potential of any property. From small modern driveways to large classic driveways, or even paved patios, our Design Team can work with you to create a block paving design that suits your property.

Benefits of Block Pavers:

  • A paved driveway can add value to your property.
  • Endless possibilities of combinations and patterns to create a unique design.
  • Variety of block styles available.
  • Paved driveways are fairly easy to maintain and are very long-lasting.
  • Block paving is a strong and durable surface, suitable for motor and pedestrian traffic.
  • Create a bespoke driveway inkeeping with your property
  • Can be used in combination with other materials to create your perfect driveway

Block Paving Services

Our experts are on hand to answer all your enquiries.

There two basic types of block or brick paving; the moulded concrete block (CBP- Concrete Block Pavers), and kiln-fired clay bricks. Both may be known as pavers, paviors or paviours. Concrete blocks are available in a wide range of shapes, colours and textures, whereas clay bricks are generally standard rectangular "house bricks" and provide less flexibility for design. Both are suitable for creating hard-wearing and durable driveways. Our team can work with you to find the perfect material for your driveway or patio. We work with top quality paving manufacturers to ensure we supply and fit the best materials to our projects. There is a wide selection of block paving styles available which can suit a variety of budgets. 

We are specialists at block paving installation and are proud to be approved suppliers and installers of Tobermore block pavers. We are also experienced and qualified installers of dropped kerbs for driveways.

Block Paving Maintenance

Block pavers will provide a long-lasting surface for driveways or patios but will require light maintenance such as brushing and washing. If you are looking to restore your existing block paving, our team can offer a professional restoration service, including pressure washing, resanding and apply block paving sealants.

Block Paving Sealants

We are professional installers of Resiblock Superior block paving sealer. Using a sealant on your driveway or patio will reduce the upkeep required by preventing stains, weed growth and loss of jointing sand. Our team offer a range of paving sealers and can advise you in selecting the right paving sealing product for your driveway or patio material.

Block Paving FAQ

Yes, our Design Team can provide samples of block paving options at your free consultation. We would be happy to help you find the right block paving option to suit your property and budget.

Yes, block paving is suitable for parking bays. It is a strong and durable surface choice. Our design team can help and advise you to ensure that the material choice is suitable for your specific requirements.

Our Design Team at West Wales Paving offer free, no obligation consultations and quotations. It starts with a quick, informal friendly chat so we can understand your needs. So that we can provide an accurate quote, we will then arrange a site visit from one of our design team who will assess the site and talk through your prospective project with you in more detail.

There are a range of advantages and disadvantages when comparing block paving with tarmac. Tarmac is the more cost-effective option, whereas block paving is a more stylish and decorative choice. Both materials can be combined to create a bespoke driveway for you. Our team can talk you through the options and combinations available at a free consultation.

Concrete blocks or clay bricks can both be used as a suitable material to create a block paved driveway. Concrete blocks are more widely used, as they offer a wider range of styles, colours, shapes and textures. Clay bricks are generally only available in a standard rectangle. They also offer less flexibility when creating a block paving design or pattern. 

Prices for block paving installations vary greatly depending on the size, specification and requirements of the project. We price every project individually and our design team offer free no obligation quotes.


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