These pages are a brief overview of the 3 main categories of block paving. However there are hundreds of different ones we can use. To look at the different types please click the links, each page contains links to actual projects we have undertaken in different areas.
At All Seasons Paving, we are specialists in the design and installation of block paving in Lancashire, including Preston and the surrounding areas. Block paving is a great choice for sprucing up old concrete or tarmac driveways as well as footpaths or even patios.
Our block paving is available in either traditional or contemporary designs, from smart and clean styles to more rugged finishes.
Please get in touch on 0800 781 4138 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We also have finance options available that you can read about on our dedicated finance page.
Mono Block Paving – Type 1
Standard 50mm mono block – this is a rectangle 50mm thick brick shaped block paviour which is always 200mm long by 100mm wide, it is available in many colours and normally laid in a herringbone style. It is the most affordable block paving and is classed as “standard block paving”, it has also has been in the market place the longest.
2 size smooth egde system – Type 2
This is the most modern style of block paving offering a more contemporary look and has a much larger footprint than the standard paving it is available in many colours and sub variants e.g. granite effect or riven surfaces, it is the same thickness as standard block at 50mm thick but has a much cleaner architectural appearance and is not that much more expensive, in recent years this has become the most popular style of block paving
2 – 3 size Rumbled style setts – Type 3
This is the “Tegula” block paving which is basically a tumbled sett, this paving is more expensive as it costs more to manufacture due to the extra manufacturing processes, it creates a lovely premium look to any drive and adds that naturally aged look that some property’s need but looks equally stunning on modern builds as well. It like the other paving is typically 50mm thick and is available in many colours and variants. They are supposed to look natural and not brand new and sit at the high end of the price range.