Kent Driveways have laid thousands of gravel driveways, footpaths and car parks using many different types and colours of gravel. 

Gravel driveways are one of the most popular choices for driveways and hard landscaping in the UK, and it's easy to see why and if the gravel is combined with a decorative edging it can look outstanding on any area.

It's cheaper then most surface dressings, low maintenance and looks great, particularly in country settings or in towns where it matches the predominant stone and brick colouring of the area.

Kent Driveways offer an immense choice of size, colour and texture, making gravel a good choice for resurfacing.

The crunch of gravel under a car's wheels is very satisfying and can also act as a defensive measure, alerting you to uninvited guests.

Self-Binding Gravel Needs Less Resurfacing
For a long gravel driveway it might be worth considering self-binding gravels.

These are effectively supplied in a form that's dirtier than the usual gravel, but the dirt is very useful. It's actually the smaller particles, the dust (known as 'fines' in the trade) that is cleaned from the gravel that is sold at garden centres.

The fines are left in with the stones for these self-binding gravels and in some products they even have more fines added.
These different sizes of gravel bond together over time, particularly with the downward pressure from vehicles driving over it.

The result after a while is a semi-hard surface, not as hard as concrete or tarmac but more coherent than clean gravel. 

One advantage of this kind of driveway is that with most self-binding gravels the material can be excavated, crushed and re-laid years later if necessary, so there's no need to reinvest in new materials.

Kent Driveways offer the Lowest prices around without compromising on Quality or standards 
Sevenoaks Business Centre, 15 Lime Tree Walk, Lime Tree House
Sevenoaks, Kent  TN13 1YH
Tel : 0333 360 1182
Text : 07367031428

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