MyJobQuote Logomyjobquote
  • Post a Job
  • Trade Signup
  • Ask a Trade
  • Cost Guides
  • About
  • Login
  • Over 1 million homeowners and over 30,000 tradespeople
    use MyJobQuote nationwide each year

    Post a Job or Sign up as a trade
    Post a Job or Sign up as a trade

    Ask a Tradesman

    What is cobblelock?

    Driveway Contractors

    Hi, in the context of driveway paving, what is cobbelock?

    Asked by June on 30th May 2022
    Share this question

    Best Answer

    Dx Developments

    "Cobblelock is commonly used for driveways and also less commonly for patios and paths. It is lay on sand, and the narrow joints are filled with a thin sand called silica sand. This sand prevents weeds from growing in the joints and also helps the paving blocks to be more stable and prevents them from moving."

    Answered on 30th May 2022 - Member since Feb 2021 - report
    R L Building Contractors

    "Hi it’s basically block paving, it interlocks as it has small nodules"

    Answered on 8th Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report
    KP Solutions

    "Cobblelock is commonly used on driveways. The cobble’s are laid on sand, and the narrow joints are filled with a thin sand called silica sand. This sand prevents weeds from growing in the joints and also helps the cobbles to be more stable."

    Answered on 31st May 2022 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    Jsroofingandpropertymainteance

    "It's a different type of brick paving that locks together"

    Answered on 9th Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report
    NH Paving & Civil Engineering

    "Cobbles are used on driveways not patios and have cilica sand in the joints to prevent movement."

    Answered on 30th May 2022 - Member since May 2022 - report
    Itrust home improvements uk

    "Keeps the cold out better and the warmth in and allows you a more open feel overall"

    Answered on 14th Jun 2022 - Member since Mar 2021 - report

    Ask a Trade

    Got a question that only a tradesperson can answer? We have thousands of trades ready to answer any question you may have.

    Ask your Question

    Related questions

    Ready to get a price for your home improvement project?

    get started
    x

    Report Content