Why Tarmacadam ?
Tarmac is one of the most popular materials for drives and paths. It is cost effective, durable and can be laid on almost any surface with the right preparation. It can also be easily maintained, and in cases of stains and damage, can be easily repaired.Tarmacadam, which is often incorrectly referred to as Tarmac™ is perfect for areas to be trafficked by vehicles, such as driveways and forecourts, and can also be used for paths, playgrounds etc. However tarmacadam is not recommended for paths and patios. The wearing course (the uppermost surface) may be coloured, several colours are available if requested.
Specialists in domestic driveways we also have the capacity to construct new roads, car parks, or even tennis courts from scratch, and can offer a variety of surfaces to suit every requirement. From durable heavy duty Tarmac and asphalt able to withstand heavy traffic usage, to the more decorative smooth and coloured Tarmac finishes associated with the domestic driveway, patio or path.
What is Tarmac?
Tarmacadam is a bituminous material used in paving, also known as Tarmac™ or Asphalt. Tarmacadam is comprised of tar and broken stone which is mixed and shaped during the paving process, usually laid out and brushed evenly and then compressed by machinery such as a steam roller.
Tarmacadam is suitable for areas to be used by vehicles, such Tarmacadam can als be used for paths, although it is not advisable using Tarmacadam for garden paths.
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