When you say driveways design, you immediately think of a hard surface for the car leading up the house and it’s usually thought of as a functional part of the property, but it doesn’t have to be like that.
When considering your driveways design, which is often the first thing people see when they come to visit, my intention is to make it an attractive addition to your property, incorporating materials to compliment your house and often with attractive planting to soften the hardness of the driveways design materials. Within this portfolio I can show you a number of differing driveways design options.
The different styles of drives, some gravel (great for security as you can hear people coming and easy maintenance), a few examples of block paving which is great for cars and also a bonus for those with young children learning to ride a bike and a new product Marshall’s Cobbletech which looks like old cobbles but is designed to create a realistic, antique cobbled look and reinforce the heritage of traditional properties.
All of of the driveways I install comply with current building regulations which require the driveway to be porous and limit water runoff into the mains drainage systems. I use a Glasgow based hard landscaping and driveways construction company who are Marshall’s approved installers.