There are lot’s of ways to improve the value of your home, but not all of those ways are as cheap, easy and fast as a tarmac driveway.
A tarmac driveway is not only a great way to improve the value of your house, but it also adds character and most importantly, it offers more space.
What are the benefits of tarmacing?
- Increase the value of your property
- Durability, it will last for years
- Visually appealing
- Cost effectiveness
- Provides you with additional usable space
- Low maintenance
Tarmac surfacing has been purposely produced using two materials, which are crushed stones mixed with tar. Tarmac is the perfect material to use for cost-effective driveways or forecourts. On the other hand, we have asphalt. Asphalt is a mix of bitumen and crushed rocks. This option is better for greater sized areas and those places which tend to have a lot of traffic using them – it is an amazingly hard wearing substance.
When installed, tarmac is versatile, durable and will last for years. It is highly suitable for driveways. We can edge the tarmacked areas with bricks to make it stand out, plus we offer the option to add decorative aggregates to give you a highly attractive finish, with different colours available.
As well as the usual tarmac surfacing, we can offer customers a range of coloured tarmac surfacing which are perfect for drives, paths etc that might benefit from a boost of appeal and distinction. The coloured tarmac surfacing we supply is available in shades of black, red, green, blue, and beige or even a shingled effect.
Our professional, trained and insured team provide an excellent service which will allow you to be rest assured that a high quality finish will be achieved on time and on budget.
When hiring RDJ & Co (Wrexham) Ltd to complete your tarmac project in Wrexham, Chester, Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Cheshire and The North West, you’ll be safe in the knowledge that we are qualified and hold the necessary insurances. We can provide you with a no-obligation free quote and advise you on design and structural considerations before the work commences.