Concrete Imprint – Printed Driveways & Patios Allenwood
Custom Crete are experts in the the installation of pattern imprinted concrete for usage on driveways, patios and pathways in Allenwood. Our Supervisor has more than ten years experience in suitable this item both in Allenwood Ireland and abroad as well as flaunting some significant tasks, you really will not discover an extra knowledgeable installer.
The name utilized to explain this sort of paving varies from region to area nevertheless all refer to the procedure of a solid layer of concrete which is after that inscribed with an attractive pattern and afterwards coloured and sealed to provide the impact of cobbles, crazy paving, block paving or perhaps wood.
There are many advantages over other sorts of paving which assists this appearing choice to stand apart.
So Why Choose Pattern Imprinted Concrete in Allenwood?
- Very hard-wearing and weather proof
- Does not fade like tarmac
- Ultra-low maintenance compared to other paving options
- Weed free and stain resistant
- Comes in a huge range of patterns and colours
- Does not sink like block paving
Your driveway, paths and also patios are the impression site visitors will obtain of your house. So in this regard, high quality absolutely matters! Our concrete driveways are laid making use of premium-quality product as well as quality techniques. Your Custom Crete driveways in Allenwood item will certainly improve your property and also give you an area that is practically maintenance complimentary.
The Option Process
You will begin the process of redesign with among our Allenwood professional surveyors. Together, you will certainly agree a pattern and also the coating you would like to your item to have. Our surveyor will certainly reveal you a series of driveway ideas or patio ideas, to assist you pick the layout you love.
They will determine the area very carefully as well as speak with you thoroughly about your ideas and the attribute you desire to incorporate. Only as soon as you have developed your excellent driveway or patio will certainly we offer you a no-obligation quote for your approval.
The Installation Refine
Our service technicians will certainly arrive quickly and also prepare to answer all of your questions. Installation will begin with the complete excavation of your old driveway. We dig down to the dirt base underneath so we can lay a new sub-base structure. Your concrete paths or patios will certainly begin the same way, from square one, as if this is the very first course or patio to be laid.
It is very important that your new driveway or patio has a solid base, to avoid breaking or subsidence. The sub-base foundation is compressed and after that approximately 5 inches of concrete is laid. It is then that your selected colour is applied, before your chosen print is related to the surface.
Once your picked Custom Crete driveways print or patio print has actually been used, the installment is entrusted to heal. Then, relying on your choice, your driveway will be left matt or sealed with a luster or gloss finish. This surface will offer your driveway included defense versus oil or diesel discolorations.
Secure Your Custom Crete Driveway or Patio Allenwood
Upon choice of your product from our range of concrete driveways as well as concrete patios, you will certainly be asked to pay a 10% down payment to protect your setup day. Your service technicians will certainly benefit a day on your driveway or patio and then will ask you to make a more settlement. Once the installment is complete, you will be requested for the final settlement.
Imprinted concrete can be used in:
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Patios
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Driveways
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Pathways
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Steps And Kerbs
Allenwood (Irish: Fiodh Alúine) is a small Irish village in County Kildare situated on the Grand Canal. Allenwood is located about 47.3 km (29.4 mi) from Dublin and halfway between Rathangan and Clane in north County Kildare. According to the official CSO Census of 2011, Allenwood has a total population of 845 inhabitants.
The main road through Allenwood is the R403 and the village is within 20 km (12 mi) of both the M4 (to the north) and M7 (to the south) motorways.
Businesses in the area are centred on the crossroads, and consist of several shops, including a spar, a costcutter, a barbers and a public house. There are two primary schools that were amalgamated into one in 2017, Allenwood G.N.S built in 1957 and Allenwood B.N.S built in 1929. The school is located next to the church which was built in 1954. There is also a business park at the location of the old Power Station.
The Grand Canal is traversed by means of a noteworthy bridge, known locally as the Shee Bridge.