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New Driveway and Garden Patio in Leyland

New Driveway in Leyland near Preston using Marshalls Drivesett Duo Cinder/Terracotta block paving


The driveway before the work commenced

Before the work commenced making the driveway wider

New driveway with a circular detail incorporated into the Blue brick edging to the driveway and lawn

New boundary wall, new fence and lawn

A circular detail constructed around the tree using a blue brick edging and block paving cut to shape

A complete front garden and driveway transformation with a new fence, new lawn and garden boundary wall using colours to compliment the new driveway

New boundary wall using Marshalls Old Mill bricks with decorative concrete coping's and pillar caps

New Fairstone Patio in Leyland near Preston

New patio using Marshalls Fairstone Golden Sand Multi paving with a Fairstone tumbled sett border and blue brick edging. A new step was constructed using Marshalls Fairstone step kit

Before the work commenced

Before the work commenced

New paving area for a double bench using Marshalls Fairstone paving with a tumbled sett and blue brick border

New Fairstone patio jointed using Marshalls Weatherpoint 365

New patio using Marshalls Fairstone Golden Sand Multi paving and pointed using Marshalls Weatherpoint 365

New patio and driveway, the existing turf was raised in height to remove the step down to the lawn

Elegant and Quality Driveways at a price to suit your budget
over the last 30 years Crystalclear have established themselves as the leading top quality Driveways company in Bolton and surrounding towns providing top quality Driveways workmanship and a professional service to all our customers.

We offer a complete service from the initial design to the installation of your new Driveways
complete with a 10 Year Guarantee

Every new Block Paving Driveway we create is totally unique and hand crafted to your individual taste and requirements using our extensive range of Quality Driveway Block Paving giving your home an instant kerb appeal in only a few days

Why Choose Crystalclear for Your New Driveway
1 You want a local company near to you who will be around in years to come
2 Your quality Driveways will be installed by OUR OWN skilled employees, not subcontractors.
3 We take a pride in our work and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
4 You want someone with experience in Driveways, we have been installing block paving for over 30 years.
5 You would appreciate a huge range of colours and designs to create the exact look you desire.
6 You want a free site survey and quotation, with no hard-sell or obligation
7 You would like a 10 year guarantee on your Driveways.
8 Your need a quality Driveway constructed that is individually and tastefully designed to suit your home.
9 You want the minimum amount of inconvenience to your property.
10 You'd like to deal direct with the owner of the company, not a sales rep or middleman
We offer all of these and more....

Call us today on 01942 840109 or 07730 938253 to book your FREE no obligation site survey and quotation for your professionally installed Driveway

We lay the full range of Marshalls and Plaspave block paving for driveways patio and paths, if you don't see what your looking for please do not hesitate to contact us

Areas Covered
We cover a wide area in the north west including
Driveways Atherton Driveways Bolton Driveways Bury Driveways Chorley Driveways Culcheth Driveways Farnworth Driveways Heywood Driveways Horwich Driveways Leigh Driveways Lostock Driveways Manchester Driveways Prestwich Driveways Radcliffe Driveways Tottington Driveways Tylesdley Driveways Walkden Driveways Westhoughton Driveways Whitefield Driveways Wigan Driveways Worsley

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