Your driveway welcomes your guests and should be the gateway to your home, so make it a really smart looking drive and choose West Hill Gardens and Landscape to deliver a magnificent finish. We specialise in a variety of different driveways including ever-popular Block Paving, stylish Decorative Stone driveways or if you’d rather something easy and functional, we can also lay practical tarmac. We can advise, design and install your new driveway so it is in keeping with the style of your home, built to last for many years to come.
Block Paving Driveways are a universal favourite, Block Paving always looks good and because it is so hard-wearing you can expect your Block Paved drive to withstand the British weather, maintaining its handsome appearance.
Block Paving is made out of crushed stone, sand and concrete and the materials that we use at West Hill Gardens and Landscape are always premium quality, so you can rest-assured that your new driveway will deliver exactly what you want.
There are lots of different patterns you can choose too, depending on how you lay the bricks. We can advise on a suitable look to complement your home. Block Paving is just as smart on pathways and patios so you could consider creating a uniform look across your outdoor space.
decorative stone driveway
A Decorative Stone driveway is an excellent alternative to Block Paving as it’s more cost-effective but it’s still eye-catching and practical.
Made from crushed natural stone, it’s especially durable as well as permeable and will give you good use for years to come.
We can design something interesting using decorative stone so your visitors always get the right first impression as they walk across your driveway and into your home.
For something low-cost but practical, a tarmac driveway is an option.
It is not as smart as Decorative Stone or Block Paving but it can still look handsome when laid by skilled workers. Of course, you don’t just have to choose dark grey tarmac, there are some colour options to make it more visually appealing.
Contrary to popular belief, today’s tarmac is far more hard-wearing than tarmac of old and designed to withstand heavy tyres and the often harsh British weather.