Tarmac & Driveways

No better way to enhance a driveway

We work directly with our customers to help enhance driveways and other surfaces with the aim of improving day to to day life.

We use resilient materials designed to last, as the last thing your want if for a pot hole to appear in your own driveway! Tarmac is what we specialise in, we pride ourselves in our work so leave each surface perfect and smooth.

Tarmac driveways are an affordable and quicker alternative to block paving and resin resin driveways, but our professional, high quality service will leave you with a driveway that you can also be proud of.

As see here we provide both red and black tarmac, in an effort to provide that exact look that our customers are after.

Benefits of Tarmac Driveways
There are a number of positive aspects of having a tarmac drive installed. Some of the common benefits include:

  • Affordable
  • Durable
  • Different aggregate sizes give the drive a different appearance
  • Numerous coloured binding agents available

We're proud of the quality of our work, so we commit to a 5 year guarantee

5-year-guarantee

Resin Bound Drives

Alpha Driveways are able to offer resin bound surfaces. This creates you a smooth, flat surface that is impervious to water, long lasting and aesthetically pleasing. The superior strength and durability in comparison to tarmac, gravel, concrete or block paving means that it is less likely to crack and adverse to weed growth for a long-lasting, beautiful surface.

 

Concrete Imprint

Concrete imprint driveways are more long-lasting and durable while being more attractive that your standard concrete driveway.

A concrete imprint driveway uses one solid layer of concrete poured on a suitable sub-base. A colour is then applied as well as a colour hardener.

To create the desired effect, the still wet concrete has a pattern applied to it. Here at Alpha Driveways we have a variety of patterns to choose from to suite customers needs.

Some recent Tarmac & Driveway jobs that we have completed

Click on the image(s) below to see more details and photographs from the project: