Tarmac Driveways

Tarmac Driveway Professionals in Kent

A Tarmac driveway consists of various aggregates mixed with a durable UV resin. This blend is laid onto your existing driveway or hardstanding area. This style of driveway has become more popular due to its reasonable cost and its low environmental impact. Hardwearing driveways need to be replaced less often, meaning they are more friendly towards the environment.

Why Tarmac?

The advantages are boundless. Revel in a pristine outdoor surface that defies the elements, remaining resilient even in harsh weather conditions. Wave goodbye to concerns about fading, staining, scratching, rot, splintering, or insect damage. With tarmac surfaces, you can kiss goodbye to the perpetual upkeep tasks such as painting, sealing, or staining. Experience the charm of a durable, low-maintenance landscaping solution that maintains its beauty for years on end.

Why Choose Kent Drives and Patios?

Choose Kent Drives and Patios, and you’re not just selecting a service; you’re embracing a lifestyle change. With over three decades of experience in transforming outdoor spaces across Kent, delivered with professionalism and dedication, we handle every aspect, from consultation to completion.

Tarmac Surfacing Across Kent

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Our love for this innovative approach to landscaping services spreads throughout Kent, including Ashford, Medway, Maidstone and everywhere inbetween. We're on a mission to elevate spaces for the now and the future.

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Tarmac FAQs

Tarmac, also known as asphalt or bitumen, is a mixture of aggregate (such as crushed stone, gravel, or sand) and bitumen, a sticky, black, and highly viscous liquid derived from petroleum.

Tarmac driveways offer several advantages, including durability, weather resistance, ease of maintenance, quick installation, affordability, and the ability to withstand heavy loads and traffic.

The lifespan of a tarmac driveway depends on factors such as the quality of materials used, the thickness of the tarmac layer, the level of maintenance, and the intensity of use. Generally, a well-installed tarmac driveway can last 15-20 years or more with proper care.

Tarmac is considered environmentally friendly because it is a recyclable material. Old tarmac can be recycled and used in new pavement construction, reducing the need for virgin materials and minimizing waste.

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