Soft tones of natural stone driveway pavers

Endicott split stone coordinates with Torino granite for driveway pavers

Offering a gentle silvery grey, green tonal pallette Endicott Hand-chipped splitstone works together with Torino granite pavers and Alpine drystone walling to complete this driveway paving and garden design. Irregular sized driveway pavers with a natural split provides traction as well as coverage against foliage staining and tyre marks.

your driveway design starts here

When it comes to choosing product for a driveway, choosing an appropriately functional driveway paver is key.

Given that the driveway will be a frequently used space and will be exposed to tyre marks, oil spills and general wear and tear, one of the most important factors in the selection of driveway paver stones is durability. You should also choose an appropriate driveway paving colour that will be forgiving in terms of marks, and look for more textured products which will provide a non-slip surface.

Many of us who start with a concrete driveway or asphalt driveway often redo driveway pavers as part of a home renovation or rebuild. This is a great time to reconsider whether you’d like to replace your old brick pavers or concrete pavers with a new material that aesthetically ties in your driveway and path area with the rest of your house.