Whether you have a traditional or modern home, a town house or country cottage, we have the perfect block paving range to meet your requirements. With a wide selection of colours, a large range of styles and a whole host of laying patterns to choose from, we are confident of providing you with your dream driveway.
To view samples of our designs, please contact us to arrange a site visit so that we can offer help and advice tailor-made to your home
This distinctive cobble-style paving has that rumbled finish to give it a softer surface and more rounded edges. There are four shades to choose from and it looks fantastic finished with rumbled block kerb.
Similar in appearance to Rumbled, cobble has a weathered worn profile but at a more economical price. It’s available in four colours giving you the opportunity to create a co-ordinated feel to your driveway.
Available in three colours, original gives you everything you need to create a classic smooth finish which will look good in any setting.
The classic smooth finish of Riven has an air of sophistication ideally suited to the more traditional home. The rich autumn colour reinforces this innate superiority.
T&M are drainage specialists. It is imperative that due care and consideration is taken when evaluating how rain water will be channelled away from your property. Permeable paving allows water to pass through the paving structure, whilst a SUDS solution (Sustainable Urban Drainage System) directs surface water to an installation such as a soakaway. All driveways and patios installed by T & M will effectively deal with drainage in a sustainable manner.
If you have a problem where water is not channelling away from your property, don’t delay. Penetrating water can damage brickwork and cause damp and health issues. For professional advice please call us on 0800 009 3027
Is available in a wide range of colours including Brindle, Burnt Orchre, Forest Blend and Charcoal
The images below show the effectiveness of permeable paving. The driveway on the right is completely waterlogged, whilst the permeable paving on the left has allowed the rainwater to be channelled away.
T & M are specialist tarmac re-surfacing contractors.
When preparing an area to be constructed you have to consider it’s usage when calculating the required foundations. Construction varies depending on the use of the area to be re-surfaced and the sub base is of upmost importance. We always construct sub bases to a minimum of 100mm for light use areas such as pathways, increasing to 150mm for a driveway and 225mm for a car park or access road. The sub base is then followed by binder course(s) and the surface course.
T & M always provide detailed construction specifications for every project we undertake.
We consider tarmac to be suitable for areas to be trafficked by vehicles such as car parks and forecourts, as well as sports surfaces such as tennis courts and playgrounds.
Careful consideration needs to be given as whether it’s the right choice for your driveway, path or patio. For smaller areas it’s not much more economical than block paving and there are some downsides. Petrol or oil spills can break down the top surface and then penetrate the lower layers. This process can't be reversed and can only be fixed by patching which is not often aesthetically pleasing.
You may also want to consider your neighbourhood. If there are other tarmac driveways on your road then it won’t look out of place, but if that's not the case, and the other driveways fit in with the period of the property, or are predominantly block paved, then yours may look inferior and possibly make the house a little harder to sell.
We are also reluctant to use tarmac for a garden patio as it can get hot in summer and is not so pleasing on the eye when compared to other similarly priced options. See our patio page for more ideas.