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Concrete Imprinting Driveway - Mansfield - Case Study

Mr Archer had a tired old part slabbed and part lawned driveway that had certainly run its course. They wanted to replace the driveway with a new concrete imprinting driveway.

Concrete imprinting is an attractive and durable paved surface and you get the appearance of natural stone.

Concrete imprinting provides a solid finish that does not allow weed growth or penetration through it in the same way perhaps tarmac or block paving will. Concrete imprinting will require resealing every 5 years, so it is very low maintenance.

Time to completion: 5 days

You can see more of our work on our dedicated page for Driveways in Mansfield

 
 

Work in Progress - Concrete Imprinting - Soil Removal

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Are you looking for a new driveway or patio? Whether you want to increase the size of your drive or completely renovate your patio, we've built 1000s of driveways and patios across IIkeston, Nottingham and Loughborough over the past 25 years.

All of our work comes with a complete peace of mind 10 year guarantee and we're backed by the highly reputable TrustATrader.

We provide the following services:

  • Tarmac driveways
  • Block paving driveways
  • Cobblestone driveways
  • Imprinted concrete driveway
  • Sandstone patios
  • Block paving patios
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    All of our workmanship is guaranteed for 10 years. So in the unlikely event that you experience a problem due to our workmanship, we will rectify the issue at no expense to the customer.

    Customer Testimonials

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    Our new driveway looks superb. Thanks a million

    Mr Jones, Mansfield

    Brilliant work on our garden wall.

    Mr Smith, East Bridgford

    Thank you for the great job on our driveway.

    Mr Wardle, West Bridgford