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Driveway and Patio Contractors Expert patio and driveway installations in Oxfordshire. Range of services include driveway paving, patio installations, block paving, tarmac, concrete and gravel surfaces. Free quotations combined with unbeatable service and prices. You want the best, you want Oxfordshire Paving LTD. We service all of the Oxfordshire area including Oxford, Banbury, Bicester, Abingdon, Shipston-on-Stour and more.

We can provide you with a range of options to suit your budget and your requirements. With a skilled block paving team that has been building driveways for over 20 years, you can rest assured you are getting a quality driveway installation every time.

Picking a driveway company for a new driveway in Oxford is a major factor when it comes to how your new driveway or patio will look once it’s completed. It does not mean just the quality of the finished installation but also the overall design of it. A good driveway company will give you advice before any work has started and they will highlight potential problems later on that you might encounter if you decide on a certain type of a driveway style.

Driveway Preparation
Regardless of what was there before, you need to ensure a solid base for your driveway. This means removing the existing surface and leaving enough space for at least 4 inches of base for the area. This base needs to be the equivalent of Type 1 Hardcore which is semi permeable yet once you have compacted should become fairly solid. During this stage you need to make sure you have set your levels approximately to what you will require for dealing with drainage on your driveway or patio area.

Edging and Kerbing For Your Driveway
This would be the ideal stage to put in your edge restraints if you require any on your driveway/patio area. If you are looking to have a flush paved finish with whatever is there, you don’t. If, however you have lawn beside it, soil or something similar, you should always put in an edging. The edging can really be anything you would like and normally its just a standard kerb, block paving kerb or a block paving brick which is benched in concrete on its side.

Sub base of driveway
This is where you would first lay down your membrane sheeting. This helps to prevent weed growth on the area. Once you have membrane sheeting down, you can put little spots of sand to keep it in place. Spread sand all over the area, we recommend a coarse sand as its permeable, and you set accurate levels on it.

Finished Surface
Here you can put down your finished surface depending if its block paving, tarmac, asphalt, resin bond, gravel or concrete. Obviously some choices will impact the finishing of the sub base in your previous step. For example, a tarmac driveway will not required a sand sub base but it should have a wearing course of tarmac instead to allow a stronger bond with the finished surface.

Regardless of your choices, Oxfordshire Paving LTD will help you pick the right option for your home. With quality workmanship, skilled block pavers and over 20 years in the industry, you are getting an unrivaled service for Oxfordshire. Visit our website at for more details.



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