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    Tarmac colour options

    Driveway Contractors

    What different colours of tarmac are available aside from black?

    Asked by Karen on 30th Jul 2021
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    A R Landscaping, Gardening and Building Services

    "There are about 9 different colours i.e blue red green yellow purple etc."

    Answered on 6th Aug 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    Ace Drives & Patios

    "Hi, you can have red or black but bear in mind that red is more expensive to buy."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    T.M Surfacing

    "Hi,

    There are really only two different colour types red and black. There are also different types of tar that make it look decorative for example some asphalt can have a white chip with a black surface colour which really sets it off. Or there is just plain black or red.

    Thanks hope this helps,
    Thomas."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    DriveCraft Drives & Patios

    "Black is the easiest colour to buy and also the cheapest, any other colours will cost more and are harder to get hold of, in the past I have used, red, green and blue tarmac for customers."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Nov 2020 - report
    A R Surfacing

    "You can get Red,Blue,Green and gold but they are more expensive to buy
    Kind regards"

    Answered on 13th Aug 2021 - Member since Feb 2021 - report
    Suffolk surfacing

    "You can have red tarmac, green tarmac, black is the cheapest option, red and green tarmac are special order so very expensive."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    KSDriveways

    "There is a red colour, but it is very expensive, cost could be prohibitive. Must remember it is only a dye that runs through it eventually over time and with tyres driving over it it will revert back to black. Hope this helps"

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Mar 2017 - report

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