Prestatyn has been one of the most famous seaside resorts in North Wales since the trains first arrived in 1848. Holiday-makers poured in from the smoke-filled cities of Victorian Britain to take the fresh Welsh air and follow the craze for sea bathing. They’re still doing much the same today. After all, a magnificent promenade with three separate beaches and four miles of golden sand never goes out of fashion. The town is tucked between the sea and the wild flowers and ancient woodland of Prestatyn Hillside. And it ends with a view that’s breathtaking in more ways than one.
Pattern Concrete Surfacing UK are experts in the installation of imprinted concrete Driveways in Prestatyn. Our team are highly experienced and knowledgeable in creating beautiful pattern imprinted concrete surfaces. We do this by; setting designs into freshly poured concrete, adding colour and texture to give the appearance of traditional flooring materials such as stone, brick and slate. Pattern imprinted concrete Driveways are extremely durable and are weather and stain resistant, making it virtually maintenance-free. Using the imprinting method, on a single piece of poured concrete will prevent weeds, moss & algae growing on your Driveway.
Imprinted Concrete Driveway In Prestatyn
Day & Night time photos of this stunning new driveway recently completed in Prestatyn, North Wales. Extra Large Ashlar Slate & London Cobble in Contrasting Greys.
Benefits Of Imprinted Concrete Driveways
There are many benefits of pattern imprinted concrete Driveways. These include:
- No Sinking
- No Weeds
- Easy Clean
- Virtually No Maintenance
- High Weight Tolerance
- Large choice of Designs & Patterns
- Large choice of Colours
- UV Stable
Get In Touch
Get in touch with us today by calling 01244 256 867 and a member of our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. We install decorative concrete Driveways in Prestatyn and right across North Wales.