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Installed at Minehead Avenue, Urmston in mid July 2012, this was an interesting and exciting project for both us and our customer. Our goal was to create a low maintenance and aesthetically pleasing driveway which would incorporate a ramp, with level access for wheelchair use, a decorative planter and new fencing.
The customer wanted the planter to be constructed from stone and requested that the colour of the stone contrast well with the colour of the Pattern Imprinted Concrete. A lighter grey was chosen to contrast but also to compliment the dove grey that was chosen for the drive. The same colour brick was used to form the access ramp and both were finished with high quality slate. A small step was formed to one side of the ramp base at the request of the customer.
The customer wanted a cobble pattern so London Cobble was advised due to its more contemporary feel and its shallower depth. Arch top fencing was then installed at both sides of the property to complete a wonderful transformation of the driveway.
You can see more photos in our case study of the project here
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23rd September 2012