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My garden is 7.3mts by 6.4mts,what would it cost to tarmac or concrete and which would be cheaper

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In all honesty you really need to place your enquiry on the post a job section, on this site.
You will then get some good honest prices from the tradesmen on there.
But in answer to your question, I would imagine tarmac would be the cheaper option.
If it is your front drive, block paviors would look the best.

Answered 9th Apr 2011

B J D BUILDING/ROOFING

Member since 29 Oct 2008

concrete is cheaper

Answered 9th Apr 2011

jbc building contractors

Member since 1 Feb 2009

Hi i know you never said block paving but if you was to consider that it would cost around £1900. I must say that block paving looks alot better than the rest.

Answered 10th Apr 2011

CTS Paving & Construction

Member since 18 Mar 2011

for £1900 you,d get sub standard and for £3860 you,d get overcharged!!! anywhere in between is good.

Answered 8th May 2011

ibuild building services

Member since 28 Jun 2008

I would have to echo the last answer from Bluestone paving, although around the south coast its more likely to be £70 to £80 per square meter so it would depend on were abouts you are and the other conditions/considerations that Bluestone mentioned.

Richard
A&R Ground works

Answered 11th Apr 2011

Inactive Tradesman

Member since 4 Jan 2009

Tarmac and concrete and infact standard block paving are all about the same price to install,tarmac can be a cheaper option if you have a sound existing base if you have topsoil or earth or cracked pot holed concrete then you would need a base and topping coat.without looking at the area and taking into consideration ,drainage and access and levels of existing ground I would say that you could expect to pay between £60-00 - £70-00 per m2 this would include supply and fit and removal of all spoil.

Regards Dave Britnell

Answered 10th Apr 2011

bluestone paving

Member since 1 Oct 2010

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