Block Paving

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.


Resin bound driveways can vary in price depending on the choice of material, size and specific requirements of the project. Get in touch and our friendly Design Team can provide you with a free no obligation consultation and quote.

A Resin Bound driveway is made from a mixture of aggregate stones and resin. It is fully permeable, providing good natural water drainage. It is a relatively flexible groundwork material, making it resistant to cracking. It is also weed resistant and is a great choice for a modern low maintenance driveway. With a wide range of stones available, there are many colour and design options to choose from.

Yes, resin requires a suitable base and tarmac is the ideal base for resin bound stone to be installed on top of. If you already have an existing tarmac driveway, it may be possible to resin directly over the top. Our Design Team can assess any pre-existing surface materials at a free consultation visit and assess its suitability.

Resin bonded surfaces are create by essentially layering a coat of resin over gravel or stone. Unlike resin-bonded surfaces, Resin Bound surfaces are fully mixed before laying, creating a smooth surface that is more resilient, more durable and requires less maintenance.


Tarmac/Asphalt driveways are long-lasting and typically usually last 15-20 years and up with good maintenance. The better care you take of your asphalt driveway, the longer it will last. Our team can offer a tarmac sealant service to protect your tarmac.

We price all tarmac driveway installations individually and the price will depend on the size, specification and individual requirements of the project. Our design team offer free no obligation quotes.

Yes, at West Wales Paving we are qualified and approved for dropped kerb installation, please get in touch for more Information.

Slabs And Flagging

Paving flag patio prices vary depending on the material choice, size and specifications of the project. Our Design Team offer free no obligation consultations and quotations and are happy to help and advise you.

Indian Sandstone is a very popular variety of natural paving stones or slabs. It is often chosen as a surface material for patios and garden pathways, due to the wide variety of colours, textures and sizes of slabs available. As the name suggests, the slabs are made from a natural stone imported from India. It is a great material choice as this stone is weather resistant, can widthstand heavy pressure and is tough and unlikely to split or crack.


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