Here at Toman Contracting, we know that a well finished and high quality driveway sets the tone for the rest of your home. A premium driveway can also trigger instant relaxation after a hard day’s work, making you feel at home before you even walk through the door. That’s why we ensure that all of our driveways in Cumbria are completed to the highest standard – whether you’re looking for a modern block paving driveway or a sustainable permeable paving design.
No matter how big or small your outdoor space, our team of expert driveway pavers want your driveway to be something that you look at with pride.
What makes our driveway service unique?
Simply put, all of our projects are tailored to your needs and use the best quality materials. By putting your preferences at the forefront of our work, we are able to create driveways to suit your taste and compliment your home. Not one project is the same, but our 150 years of combined industry experience guarantees that the standard of our driveway laying service is always exceptional.
As well as adding to the character of your home, our attractive driveways in Cumbria are also practical, hard wearing and long lasting. The carefully chosen paving materials are all approved by Marshalls, giving you a choice of durable stones such as:
- Indian stone driveway paving
- Limestone driveway paving
- Block paving
- Concrete driveway paving
- Cobbled driveway paving
- Natural stone driveway paving
- Tarmac driveway
The length of project can take anywhere from a day to three weeks, depending of the size of your space. So whether you’re searching for driveway pavers to install a completely new driveway or extend your current one, our established team of tradesmen know how to create unique and tasteful driveways that make you feel at home even before entering the house.
Do I need planning permission for a new driveway in Cumbria?
Generally, no. You won’t need planning permission for a driveway in Cumbria if the new or replacement driveway uses permeable or porous surfacing which allows water to drain through. These include gravel, permeable concrete block paving or porous asphalt, or if the rainwater is directed to a lawn or border to drain naturally.