While it hasn’t been overly popular in the past few decades, crazy paving is making a comeback. One of the main reasons for a recent surge in popularity is that crazy paving can be environmentally friendly, using reclaimed and recycled pavers and stone.
If you want a truly unique driveway, crazy paving is a great option. No two driveways are the same, as crazy paved drives use irregularly shaped stone and pavers. The finished result is a durable and robust driveway, which will require very little maintenance.
- Excavate 250mm deep and remove spoils
- Level and compact 150mm of type1 sub-base on a geotextile membrane
- Lay reclaimed crazy paving stones on a 50mm sand and cement bed
- Point/grout between all paving stones