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Within this section of our web site we are trying to give customers an insight into what type of specification they require and should expect to receive from their chosen contractor, it would be fair to say that there are many specifications of which could be used for different applications and needless to say to many to mention, however we have chosen a few suitable specifications which are predominately used for domestic and light commercial purposes for you to view.

You will find the following information in both resurface and full specification (click below), however if you cannot find information related to your proposed project this can be gained by contacting our office on 01274 532782 and speaking to one of our experienced team.

Domestic Vehicular Crossing Full Specification Tarmac

1. The minimum width of a vehicular crossing is three centre kerbs (three lowered kerbs) and two transitional kerbs (tapered kerbs) one to each side, works must be undertaken by a competent contractor and undertaken through the working week Mon-Fri with 48hrs notice...

Footpath Surfacing Full Specification Tarmac

1. Excavate total area to required depth and remove all waste from site, Excavations are generally undertaken using the correct machines and the work undertaken is to excavate the required area to the correct depth dependant on the specification being used, however...

Driveway Re-surfacing Specification Tarmac

1. Sweep total area clean removing all loose materials and growth and treat total area with weed killer, It is advisable to power wash the proposed area to be resurfaced as this will remove all relevant silt and grime from the surface however this is not always a...

Driveway Surfacing – Full Specifications Tarmac

1. Excavate total area to required depth and remove all waste from site, Excavations are generally undertaken using the correct machines and the work undertaken is to excavate the required area to the correct depth dependant on the specification being used, however...