Looking to repair or refurbish your driveway or patio?

Tired and worn out looking block paving doesn't necessarily need to be replaced.

Why not get Broadoak Paving to professionally fix and rejuvenate all your block paved surfaces?

You could transform a dirty, slippery surface into an area that looks like new.

Our Paving Repair Services include:

  • Sunken areas re-laid
  • Sealing
  • Weed killer and moss/algae killer applied
  • Re-sanding joints
  • Power washing with professional cleaning machine
  • Full driveway repair

Leading Driveway Power Wash & Repair Specialists

Broadoak Paving offers a professional cleaning service to bring your driveway or patio back to life. We clean and restore a wide variety of surfaces using a ‘chemical free’ industrial strength pressure washer system.

Ants nest infestations can be effectively eradicated and repairs made to the damaged area. Invasive weeds can also be treated and safely removed.

Moss, Dirt and Oil can be successfully removed. We will also replace the grouting and re-sand damaged joints.

All our work is fully comprehensive, leaving you with a beautifully clean and repaired surface.



Tarmac Driveway Repairs

Many automotive oils, such as petrol, diesel or even brake fluid, can ‘dissolve’ the binder of a tarmac and there’s no way of ‘re-sticking’ the aggregate back together. Further, the contaminating oil will seep and spread, degrading all the tarmac that it contacts.

Given a few days, a petrol leak will ‘eat’ its way through a 75mm thick tarmac driveway; a screwdriver or stiletto heel will easily penetrate the previously ‘set’ surfacing and before long, the now unbound aggregate will begin to be scattered everywhere. And once a hole appears in a tarmac surface, it just gets bigger and bigger as the edges ‘crumble’.

How do you fix damaged tarmac?

Contaminated material is removed by cutting out the affected area to at least 100mm back from the contamination. A power saw, floor saw, angle grinder or even a hammer and bolster can be used to cut out the tarmac in a neat and tidy fashion, preferably a rectangle or octagon. The contaminated tarmac must be dug out, and the surrounding material excavated back to the cut line.