Driveway & Patio Repairs Guildford, Surrey

Hedges Paving offer a full repair service throughout the Guildford area to all hard-standing areas i.e.; patios, footpaths, driveways and parking areas. We are one of the few companies in Guildford that have provided this service to both domestic and commercial properties for over 4 decades. Hedges Paving offer a wide rage of solutions for repairing damaged paved patios and driveways etc in Guildford areas such as; Normandy, Ockham, Pirbright, Puttenham, Ripley, Seale and Sands, Albury, West Clandon, West Horsley, Wisley, Artington, Ash, Ash Vale, Compton, East Clandon, Worplesdon, East Horsley, Shackleford, Shalford, Shere, St Martha, Tongham, Wanborough, and Effingham. Our many years of knowledge in the hard landscaping industry means that we can give you specialist advice whilst helping you to save money.


Common Problems That Require Attention;


Loose Edging -

This can cause a large amount of damage over the long term. The edgings are put in place to hold the main body of the paving tightly together, this helps reduce movement. Spreading will cause block paving to sink, mortar joints to open up causing jointing compound to loosen, and as result tarmac and concrete will crack. Once water has managed to penetrate  these areas it will cause permanent damage to the sub-base. Freezing temperatures in the winter months will also cause cracks as well as open areas to expand, in-turn increasing the subsequent amount of overall damage.


Uneven levels - It is most likely that uneven levels, sunken areas and rocking of paving are caused by settlement of the sub-base, or the bedding layer.


These causes are :


  • Wrong/inadequate sub-base materials or insufficient base was used originally.
  • Incomplete compaction of the substrate layers during the construction process.
  • Heavier use than the paving was designed to carry.
  • Water getting down to the sub-base.


Get in touch with Hedges Paving today on 01483 905091

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