2022 so far for the All Seasons Paving team

Although it feels like it was Christmas yesterday, we’re a third of the way through 2022 already… Here at All Seasons Paving, we’ve been non-stop busy since the start of the year and we wanted to share some of the projects we’ve got through so far for 2022. We’ve been installing everything from block paving and tarmac to resin driveways. Classic driveways to really unique jobs and small projects to huge ones. All of the driveways and patios we complete do have one thing in common though – they all look amazing and are made with really high quality materials. So, let’s get into 2022 so far for the All Seasons Paving team…

Starting off strong, the team travelled to Penwortham to complete the first job of the year consisting of a beautiful spring haze resin bound driveway. We installed a tarmac base layer during the installation process followed by the resin – spring haze is a great colour that really complements the house nicely.

 
Our second job of the year included a pop of colour – a sleek red to be exact, we really enjoyed installing this driveway, it looked really unique and the customer was over the moon with the end result. A red resin driveway installation also in Penwortham, see the pictures below.

red resin driveway

 
 
Moving on, here’s a fantastic overlay tarmac driveway installation our team completed in Ashton, Preston. We believe tarmac looks great for a driveway – it’s a classic choice for a reason. Nice to look at and easy to maintain.

overlay tarmac driveway

 
 
Next up is another tarmac driveway. This time, it’s got a matching block border and is complete with an Indian sandstone path with block border and acco drains. As you can see, the tarmac, sandstone and blocks all go really well together and create a lovely looking driveway. The tarmac driveway with a matching block border is a really popular choice with our customers – you’re combining the classic tarmac with a frame that really brings it all together.

tarmac driveway with matching block border indian sandstone path

The next job you might think is also tarmac, however, this is a jet black resin driveway laid over and existing tarmac driveway the team installed in January. The customer wanted to create a low impact new driveway and not stand out from the surrounding driveways. We received a lovely review from the customer on Google after this one was complete – “We had a black resin driveway completed. It only took one afternoon to complete and we are very happy with the results – it looks so much better than tarmac. The team did an excellent job, were very organised and professional. We plan to get them back to do a resin pathway for us next year.”

jet black resin driveway

 
 
Nearing the end of January, we headed to Leyland, Lancashire, to install this gorgeous Tobermore Sienna graphite with a silver border. Big project for us with a ton of before, during and after pictures. This light colour of block paving looks amazing and the customer was really happy with the outcome – just read the review he left us after we finished, “Great Job, great customer focus from William,Mark & Team”.

tobermore sienna graphite driveway leyland after 4

 
 
Another one from the end of January, the All Seasons Paving team completed a beautiful block paving driveway in Tobermore Shannon Heather with a golden set border. We left this one 80% finished to leave room for the builders, ready to complete an extension once the builders have finished on the house.

Tobermore Shannon Heather with a golden sett border driveway

 
 
Next up, in February, we headed to Wesham, Lancashire, to install a beautiful Indian sandstone patio and block paving driveway extension. These two materials pair extremely well together and completely transform the outside of this house. A sleek grey patio alongside a vibrant red driveway, a great match.

block paving extension lancashire grey indian sand stone patio

After a few more jobs in February, at the start of March, our team received a job for a huge driveway and patio transformation in Little Hoole, Lancashire. The team got to work in laying down a porcelain patio, 600 x 1200 flags and 300 sq m of gravel all edge in 2 rows of setts. Just look at how fantastic this driveway and patio looks – the team really enjoyed completing this job and of course, the customer enjoyed the end result even more. 

driveway transformation lancashire patio transformation lancashire

We’re now getting to the end of April and we’re continuing to share all the jobs we complete on our social media, so follow our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to view all of our latest jobs. Interested in a new driveway installation in Lancashire? Contact us today for a free quote, we’ll be happy to help with any enquiries.