Bradstone Charcoal Reconstituted Stone Driveway Block

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5015111137212

£19 per M2

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This driveway block is used to create distinctive driveways or even patio areas. Each block has a chamfered edge, giving a softer and more rounded finish.

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  • Areas for use: Suitable for driveways, paths and patios

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Bradstone Charcoal Reconstituted Stone Driveway Block
Brand Bradstone
Colour description Charcoal
Length 100mm
Width 200mm
Thickness 50mm
Coverage 0.02m²
Durability Durable & hardwearing
Type Driveway block
Unit of measure Each
Surface Finish Smooth

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How to plan your concrete path, patio or driveway

How to plan your concrete path, patio or driveway

Concrete is made up of cement, aggregate (particles of stone) and sharp sand. When you mix these ingredients with water, they bind into a solid, hard material. In different proportions, they produce concrete of different strengths for different uses.

It's important to get the proportions right. If there's too much aggregate, you'll struggle to get a satisfactory finish. And too much sand will make the mix weak, so that the finished surface could be damaged by the elements.

Concrete begins to harden after about two hours, and then becomes unworkable. But it doesn't become really strong for several days, and continues to harden as long as there's some moisture in it.

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A patio designed as a sitting or dining area is a great way to make your outside space more enjoyable. Perfect for family barbecues, or as a sunny spot to relax on a warm summer days. You can create one with concrete slabs, paving blocks or reclaimed stone.

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