Patios are our speciality
With our extensive patio and paving skills we can create a new or refresh your existing outdoor space. We are professional patio and paving contractors in and around Lancashire.
Using the highest quality materials, advanced paving techniques and our vast experience we can provide you with paving and patios that will last for years to come.
Our patios and paving services include block edging, block paving, decorative paving, stone and brickwork, all layed by experiences craftsmen to the highest standards.
T Y P E S O F
W O R K :
Block paving is one of the most popular materials for drives and outdoor spaces. It is durable, cost effective and can be laid in a variety of colour and patterns.
T I L E
It's best to use un glazed ceramic tile for a patio floor, leaving the glazed decorative tile for edges and accents. Glazed tile has a smooth finish, and when it gets wet, can create a slippery, unsafe environment.
Sealers and coatings or enhancers will protect the outdoor tile from stains, wear, and moisture while retaining or enhancing their natural color.
R E S I N
Resin bound is a surfacing solution that results from mixing resin and aggregates together in a forced action mixer. This creates a mixture that can be trowelled on to a surface to provide a smooth, flat finish.
A resin bound system is also known as ‘stone carpet’. Its seamless finish provides a decorative surface that is attractive and durable.
B R I C K
For thousands of years, brick has been made by firing a mixture of clay and other materials in a kiln. It is sturdy, lasts a long time, and has a neat, classic look that goes with many landscape and architectural styles.
It works for both formal and rustic landscape or hardscape features and house styles. Brick bonds or patterns offer different looks.
F L A G S T O N E
Flagstone is a popular choice for patios and front entries and is available in various colors and stones, depending on the quarry and area in which you live. The large, flat slabs of stone are usually 1 to 3 inches thick and are identifiable by their irregular shapes. Flagstone has a slightly roughened surface, which will provide good traction when wet.
C O N C R E T E
It would be hard to find anything more versatile and adaptable than concrete for a patio floor. This time-tested recipe combines a mixture of sand, water, cement, and gravel and offers even more options than brick.
By using well-constructed forms, concrete can mold and conform to nearly any surface shape.