Concrete Imprint – Printed Driveways & Patios Laytown
Custom Crete are professionals in the the installation of pattern imprinted concrete for use on driveways, patios and pathways in Laytown. Our Director has over 10 years experience in fitting this product both in Laytown Ireland as well as abroad and also boasting some massive tasks, you truly will not locate an extra seasoned installer.
The name made use of to explain this sort of paving varies from area to area however all describe the process of a strong layer of concrete which is then inscribed with an attractive pattern and afterwards coloured and secured to give the impact of cobbles, insane paving, block paving or even hardwood.
There are numerous advantages over other sorts of paving which aids this emerging choice to stick out.
So Why Choose Pattern Imprinted Concrete in Laytown?
- 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 as well as patios are the impression visitors will get of your residence. So in this regard, quality certainly matters! Our concrete driveways are laid utilizing premium-quality product as well as high quality methods. Your Custom Crete driveways in Laytown product will certainly enhance your building and give you an area that is nearly upkeep complimentary.
The Option Refine
You will start the procedure of redesign with among our Laytown expert land surveyors. Together, you will certainly agree a pattern as well as the surface you would love to your product to have. Our property surveyor will certainly show you a variety of driveway concepts or patio concepts, to aid you select the layout you love.
They will measure the area carefully and speak with you in detail about your concepts as well as the feature you wish to incorporate. Just when you have developed your best driveway or patio will we offer you a no-obligation quotation for your authorization.
The Setup Refine
Our specialists will certainly show up without delay and prepare to respond to all of your inquiries. Setup will certainly start with the complete excavation of your old driveway. We dig down to the soil base underneath so we can lay a new sub-base foundation. 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 important that your brand-new driveway or patio has a solid base, to avoid breaking or subsidence. The sub-base foundation is compacted and then as much as 5 inches of concrete is laid. It is then that your selected colour is applied, before your selected print is related to the surface.
Once your chosen Custom Crete driveways print or patio print has actually been applied, the installment is left to heal. After that, relying on your option, your driveway will certainly be left matt or sealed with a luster or gloss finish. This coating will certainly provide your driveway added security against oil or diesel stains.
Safeguard Your Custom Crete Driveway or Patio Laytown
Upon choice of your product from our range of concrete driveways as well as concrete patios, you will be asked to pay a 10% down payment to safeguard your installment date. Your technicians will certainly help a day on your driveway or patio and afterwards will ask you to make a further settlement. As soon as the installment is total, you will be requested the final payment.
Imprinted concrete can be used in:
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Patios
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Driveways
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Pathways
- Pattern Imprinted Concrete Steps And Kerbs
Laytown (Irish: An Inse, meaning “the holm”) is a village in County Meath, Ireland, located on the R150 regional road and overlooking the Irish Sea. Historically it was called Ninch, after the townland it occupies. Together with the neighbouring villages of Mornington and Bettystown it comprises the census town of Laytown-Bettystown-Mornington with a combined population of 10,889 at the 2011 Census, which is part of the wider area collectively known as East Meath. The 2016 Census recorded a population of 11,872 in the area which is now called Laytown-Bettystown-Mornington-Donacarney.