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Driveway Surface Materials

Axtell Surfacing can carry out our driveway surfacing work using a range of different driveway materials to suit the individual needs of our domestic customers.

Types of Driveway Materials We Use

We use the best material to suit the project requirements and are are skilled in the application of different types of materials including:


Asphalt or tarmac as it is more commonly known, is a popular driveway surfacing choice due it being cost-effective and long-lasting. Our driveway asphalt and tarmac comes in the form of hot-roll asphalt, bituminous macadam and also an extra durable ‘SMA’ surface.

Resin-bound surfaces

Resin bound can give your driveway a natural finish and mimics the look of gravel. Find out more about this low-maintenance driveway option or check out our available colour swatches to find your ideal resin-bound driveway. 

Loose Shingle

For customers looking for a low maintenance option, loose shingle is an ideal choice. In rural locations, it can also be in-keeping with the aesthetics of the house and the surrounding environment. Learn more about our loose shingle driveway surfacing services.

Other Types of Driveway Surface Materials

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Using the right type of material for your driveway can make all the difference to the image of your home or commercial property. For more information about our driveway materials or for expert advice on which material to choose, simply contact our friendly team.

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  • Competitive surfacing service to home, trade,businesses and utility companies.
  • We can also offer a hire-only service of our tarmacadam pavers, with or without screw men.
  • CPA
  • FTA
  • BSI
  • CIBT

We are proud members of the Construction Plant Hire Association, the Freight Transport Association, the Construction Industry Training Board and we are fully BSI accredited.