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    Driveway Contractors

    How much would a 2 car driveway cost in tarmac with a boarder of block paving, drainage and 2 new manhole covers?

    Asked by Alison on 15th Mar 2020
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    Djhomeimprovments

    "Hiya alli.
    It'll depend what's there already.
    How much would need to be dug out.
    What type drainage you would need.
    You really need someone to view the work to get decent quote.
    If anyone can quote without viewing I would steer away from them.
    Hope this helps.
    Dave,
    djhomeimprovments"

    Answered on 16th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    DRIVE REFURBS

    "The average cost for a tarmac drive for 2 cars, is between £2,950 and £3,500, depending on what type of border blocks you use .ie thickness of blocks no less than 65 mm and what quality of block."

    Answered on 29th Mar 2020 - Member since Jul 2019 - report
    w.r & sons building & plumbing

    "Cost shouldn’t exceed £3200 this would include all works required"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Aug 2018 - report
    Broda services

    "Hi

    You need someone to look and quote you as would need to know what base is there and do you want 6mm topping finish or hot roll and chip? Do you want recessed manhole cover or galvanised ? What colour and style block paving? There is just too many variables to offer an accurate figure.

    Depending on location I would be happy to pop over and advise.

    Kind regards
    Broda Services"

    Answered on 16th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Robinson ground works & paving

    "Hi Alison
    As others have have said it all depends on what you have ie, a concrete drive way in reasonable condition could be tac coated, regulated and overlaid.

    If it's a garden then you need to account for plant,(excavator etc) sub base, concrete etc.

    So it could be a few hundred to a few thousand, you need to have it looked at by a good contractor who can give you advice and ideas on how to proceed with your project.

    Kind regards,
    Dave"

    Answered on 16th Mar 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report

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