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Block Paving in County Durham

 

 

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Quality Block Paving in County Durham

Block paving in County Durham is one of the most desired materials for drives, patios and paths. It is cost-effective, durable and can be installed in countless patterns, colours, styles and finishes. It is also effortlessly maintained, and in cases of stains and damage, individual blocks changed out.

We use high quality paving blocks as standard from the top manufactures such as Marshalls, Stonemarket, Brett, Hanson, Bradstone and Natural Stone Paving. These products are manufactured to the highest industry standards and will look wonderful for years.

Drive Clean Ltd install blocks, or paving sets, and have the originality to ensure you have a driveway, patio or path that is the envy of your whole neighbourhood.

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Area Coverage

We serve the whole of County Durham proudly 7 days a week. However, our key service areas are for:

  • Driveways in Cornforth

  • Driveways in Ferryhil

  • Driveways in Thinford

  • Driveways in Spennymoor

  • Blackhall
  • Blackhall Rocks
  • Castle Eden
  • Cold Hesleden
  • Crimdon Dene
  • Dalton-le-Dale
  • Deaf Hill
  • Easington Colliery
  • Easington Village
  • Fleming Field
  • Haswell
  • Haswell Plough
  • Hawthorn
  • Hesleden
  • High Hesleden
  • Horden
  • Hutton Henry
  • Kelloe Winning
  • Monk Hesleden
  • Murton
  • Old Shotton
  • Peterlee
  • Seaham
  • Sheraton
  • Shotton
  • Shotton Colliery
  • Shotton Village
  • South Hetton
  • Station Town
  • Thornley
  • Trimdon Foundry
  • Trimdon Station
  • Wheatley Hill
  • Wingate
  • Allendale Cottages
  • Allensford
  • Annfield Plain
  • Benfieldside
  • Blackhill
  • Bridgehill
  • Burnhope
  • Burnopfield
  • Blackhouse
  • Bournmoor
  • Castle Dene
  • Castleside
  • Catchgate
  • Chester Moor
  • Chester-le-Street
  • Craghead
  • Consett
  • Cornsay Colliery
  • Crookhall
  • Delves Lane
  • Dipton
  • East Hedley Hope
  • East Law
  • Ebchester
  • Edmondsley
  • Esh Village
  • Grange Villa
  • Great Lumley
  • Greencroft
  • Hamsterley Colliery
  • Hamsterley Mill
  • Harelaw
  • Healeyfield
  • High Handenhold
  • High Westwood
  • Horsleyhope
  • Iveston
  • Knitsley
  • Lanchester
  • Langley Park
  • Leadgate
  • Low Westwood
  • Maiden Law
  • Medomsley
  • Milkwell Burn
  • Moorside
  • Muggleswick
  • Nettlesworth
  • New Kyo
  • Ouston
  • Oxhill
  • Pelton
  • Pelton Lane Ends
  • Pelton Fell
  • Perkinsville
  • Plawsworth
  • Picktree (part)
  • Pickering Nook
  • Quebec
  • Quaking Houses
  • Rowley
  • Sacriston
  • Satley
  • Shield Row
  • Shotley Bridge
  • South Moor Hospital
  • Stanley
  • Stony Heap
  • Tantobie
  • Tanfield Lea
  • Templetown
  • Urpeth
  • Waldridge Fell
  • Waskerley
  • West Pelton
  • Wharnley Burn
  • White-le-Head
  • Auckland Park
  • Aycliffe Village
  • Barforth
  • Barnard Castle
  • Barningham
  • Beechburn
  • Boldron
  • Bowes
  • Bildershaw
  • Billy Row
  • Binchester
  • Bishop Auckland
  • Bishop Middleham
  • Bishopton
  • Bitchburn
  • Brusselton
  • Burnt Houses
  • Butterknowle
  • Bradbury
  • Byers Green
  • Chilton
  • Chilton Lane
  • Cleatlam
  • Close House
  • Cockfield
  • Copley
  • Copelaw – Aycliffe
  • Coronation
  • Cotherstone
  • Coundon
  • Coundon Gate
  • Coundon Grange
  • Cowshill
  • Crook
  • Daddry Shield
  • Eastgate
  • Edmundbyers
  • Eggleston
  • Elstob
  • Embleton
  • Eldon Lane
  • Eldon
  • East Howle
  • Escomb
  • Etherley
  • Evenwood
  • Ferryhill
  • Fir Tree
  • Fishburn
  • Foxton & Shotton
  • Frosterley
  • Gainford
  • Gilmonby
  • Gurney Valley
  • Hamsterley
  • Harperley
  • Helmington Row
  • High Grange
  • Holwick
  • Hotts
  • Howden-le-Wear
  • Hunderthwaite
  • Hunstanworth
  • Hunwick
  • Hutton Magna
  • Ingleton
  • Ireshopeburn
  • Kirk Merrington
  • Laithkirk
  • Lands
  • Langton
  • Lartington
  • Leasingthorne
  • Leeholme
  • Lunedale
  • Lynesack
  • Marwood
  • Mainsforth
  • Metal Bridge
  • Mickleton
  • Middridge
  • Morden
  • Morley
  • Middlestone Moor
  • Middleton in Teesdale
  • Newfield
  • Newton Aycliffe
  • Newbggin in Teesdale
  • North Beechburn
  • North Close
  • Oakenshaw
  • Old Cornforth
  • Ovington
  • Page Bank
  • Phoenix Row
  • Ramshaw
  • Roddymoor
  • Romaldkirk
  • Rookhope
  • Ruffside
  • Rushyford
  • School Aycliffe
  • Shildon
  • South Church
  • Spring Gardens
  • Staindrop
  • Stainton
  • Stanhope
  • St. Helens Auckland
  • Sedgefield
  • Stillington (part)
  • Stanley (Crook)
  • Startforth
  • St. Johns Chapel
  • Sunniside (Crook)
  • Sunnybrow
  • Thinford
  • Thornley Village
  • Todhills
  • Toft Hill
  • Toronto
  • Tow Law
  • Trimdon Colliery
  • Trimdon Grange
  • Trimdon Village
  • Tudhoe
  • Wackerfield
  • Wearhead
  • Wear Valley Junction
  • West Auckland
  • West Cornforth
  • Westgate
  • Westerton
  • Wheatbottom
  • Whitworth
  • Whorlton
  • Windlestone
  • Windmill
  • Winston
  • Woodham
  • Woodhouses
  • Woodland
  • Willington
  • Witton-le-Wear
  • Witton Park
  • Wolsingham
  • Wycliffe
  • Brandon
  • Bowburn
  • Broompark
  • Browney
  • Bearpark
  • Brancepeth
  • Coxhoe
  • Cornforth Lane
  • Cassop
  • Croxdale
  • Durham City
  • East Hetton
  • Earls House
  • Hett
  • Kelloe
  • Langley Moor
  • Leamside
  • Littletown
  • Ludworth
  • Meadowfield
  • New Brancepeth
  • Pittington
  • Pity Me
  • Quarrington Hill
  • Rainton Gate
  • Shadforth
  • Sherburn
  • Sherburn Hill
  • Shincliffe
  • Sunderland Bridge
  • Ushaw Moor
  • Waterhouses
  • West Rainton
  • Witton Gilbert

Advantages of Block Paving in County Durham

Block Paving in County Durham is becoming more popular every day. They are a fantastic alternative to concrete or asphalt driveways, but why exactly are people opting for block paving? Do you know the benefits?

  • Block paving is a versatile paving choice, it is adaptable to a range of different areas and sites.
  • You can choose from a wide variety of patterned designs and colours to suit the exterior of your property. An attractive design will certainly be a great investment since it will add value to your home.
  • Block paving is low maintenance and any broken blocks or damage to the paving is easily repaired.
  • Block paving is so durable and hard wearing that it is now commonly used in airports, docks and heavy construction sites.

A Variety of Block Paving Designs

Block paving in County Durham is an attractive and tasteful choice of paving, with lots of colours and designs available to complement your exterior. One of the most common paving designs is the Herringbone pattern, which utilises an interlocking design that sets blocks at 45 or 90 degree angles to the perpendicular. A variety of other patterns are offered, including Basketweave, Stretcherbond and Marshals Tegula random paving. Some patterns are better suited for paths, while others are excellent for driveways.

Contact Drive Clean Ltd

For more information or a free quotation for block paving in County Durham contact the Team at Drive Clean Ltd today.

Quality Block Paving by a local County Durham company!

With more than 25 years experience you are guaranteed a quality service at a competitive price, our reputation depends on it!