Tarmac Driveways – popular questions answered
Every project is unique and prices are quoted based on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us directly to obtain a competitive quote. All quotes and enquiries are dealt with in confidence and customers will never receive ongoing follow-up nuisance calls from us after a quote has been provided.
Again, the cost will depend on each situation but a tarmac surface would for the most part be cheaper than, for example, block paving.
Your new tarmac driveway should easily have a lifespan of upto 20 years, but it is important to note this is dependent on many factors such as the amount of use it is put through, long-term weather and climate conditions over this period and how much or little maintenance it receives. The quality of the workmanship at the time of installation is also a consideration, but we reassure potential clients that the standard of our work is such that we fully expect your driveway to withstand the test of time and use.
Not long! Certainly the same day, ideally you should allow 5-8 hours after we have completed the project to allow the tarmac to harden.
In some cases, yes, but again this would be dependent on several factors. Please contact us for more information in this regard.
In the unlikely event that your tarmac driveway is damaged a replacement section can be installed without too much inconvenience. In time the colour of the replacement area will fade to blend with the rest of the driveway area.
We are based in Bury, Greater Manchester and serve commercial and residential customers in most cities and towns in the North West, including Bolton, Oldham, Manchester, Stockport, Ramsbottom, Middleton, Rochdale, Wigan, Blackburn, Burnley, Blackpool, Leigh, Skelmersdale, Preston and Chorley.