“Gravel is the most popular choice. We specialise in Gravel Driveways. You have a choice of any kerbing or paths. The warm colour of gravel enhances your home and gives it a beautiful classic look.”
Weather you have detailed plans or just an idea of what you’d like we offer to inspiration, innovation and expectation.
We lead the way in serving clients for there Gravel Driveway needs in Co.Dublin and Co.Wicklow we provide a free designed sketch and we handle all style of Gravel Driveway projects.
Prestige Paving is your local gravel Driveway specialist with years of experience in, installing Gravel, decorative stone driveways, Patios, flowerbeds and path ways in Dublin and Wicklow at affordable prices! Prestige Paving and there staff use the most modern Gravel machinery for that perfect finish.
“The Best Gravel Driveway Contractors”
Your Gravel driveway can be complimented by choosing an edging kerb of your choice and we will make that easy with are large range of products we source from are suppliers from man made kerbing to natural stone kerbing that come in a variety of sizes and colours.
The most popular choice is a Gravel driveway with a granite boarder and apron, it has a classic look and enhances your home with a beautiful timeless look, at a affordable cost and durability of Gravel also makes it the ideal solution for large Driveway, laneways and paths.
Gravel can almost be used for anything from driveways, flower beds, patios or a unique path through your garden.
How Long Will a Gravel Driveway Last?
With proper care and maintenance, a gravel driveway can last up to 100 years. The beauty of gravel is that it can be repaired and replenished on an ongoing basis. By contrast, wear and damage to asphalt and concrete driveways are difficult to remedy and replacement is often more cost-effective than extensive repairs.
Gravel is also less vulnerable to damage from seasonal freeze-thaw cycles, or frost heave, which can cause significant cracking and settling in solid driveway materials.
Easy To Maintain!
Adding a bit of extra gravel now and again is about all the maintenance that your driveway will need. Unlike hard, impermeable options, gravel driveways are self-cleaning, with rain washing built-up dirt and dust back down into the soil. Adding gravel doesn’t require specialist tools or a specialist skillset either, unlike fixing bitumen or concrete.