Do you require Block Paving Installations and need a contractor in Coughton? Why not give Newline Driveways a call today. Our skilled team has over 20 years experiences at Block Paving Installations so who better to help you design and build it than our professional block pavers in Coughton.
We can provide you with a large range of choices for your driveway, patio and garden area to help tailor your project to suit your budget and your requirements. All our Block Paving Installations are covered by our written installation guarantee to ensure peace of mind once the project is completed.
Why Choose Newline Driveways For Block Paving Installations?
- Over 20 years experience
- Public Liability Insurance
- No 3rd Party Contractors
- Experts At Custom Tailored Solutions
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- 5 Year Guarantee
Our skilled team can put down all types of driveways, patio and gardens to the highest of standards. All our products are sourced from quality suppliers with which we work closely. This relationship benefits our customers by being able to pass down the savings we get from our suppliers directly.
We offer a very affordable range of solutions for customers looking to replace their driveway, patio or garden in Coughton. With options to suit modern, contemporary or traditional style houses and options between natural stone, manufactured and eco friendly products.
For example, we can create boundary walls and retaining walls using natural stone, bricks, blocks and using wooden sleeper logs. For gardens, we can put in new lawns using roll on turf grass or we can put in low maintenance options like artificial grass.
We aim to deliver quality Block Paving Installations on each project we undertake and ensure that each and every customer is 100% satisfied with the completed project. No shortcuts are ever taken from base up to finished surface, we apply our machinery, skills and experience to build it to the highest of standards.
Coughton /ˈkoʊtən/ is a small village located amongst Studley 2.4 miles (4 km) to the North and Alcester, 2 miles (3 km) to the South, in the county of Warwickshire, England. The village lies 19.3 miles (31 km) from Birmingham upon the Birmingham–Alcester A435 road, which here follows the origin of the Roman Icknield Way.
The village mainly consists of a number of houses upon Sambourne Lane, Coughton Lane and farms and is primarily noted as innate the location of the National Trust property, Coughton Court, which lies 400 yards to the east of the A435. The population according to the 2001 census was 139, increasing to 157 in the 2011 census.