Decorative stone driveways, also known as Tar & Chip driveways is a Resin Bound cost effective alternative to block paving. It is a unique stone & resin overlay system. A Decorative stone resin bound surface is an ideal choice for driveways, patios, around pools and hot tubs.
We can overlay your dull tarmac or concrete or flagged area with one of our range of resin bonded natural stones. Many borders and patterns are available in order to Create a solid surface that will enhance your property and continue to look great for many years to come.Request A Quote
NB Contracts offer a range of decorative stones to choose from both in style and colour to create a unique and personal feel to your tar and chip driveway, roadway, car park or farm track. A member of our team will run you through our selection during the early preparation stage.
Tar and chip can be applied right over an existing base, such as blacktop, concrete or gravel as long as any old weeds and moss have been cleared and the surface is swept clean before the hot tar can be applied.
If necessary before applying the hot tar using our own heavy duty machinery to install a base layer for your new tar and chip driveway, roadway, car park or farm track. This process is only required if you have no existing base.
Apply Hot Tar
During this stage we’ll work quickly using our own trusted equipment to spread the hot tar over your existing surface to bind the base to the decorative stone chips.
We use our own plant and machinery to carefully apply your chosen loose stone onto the hot tar as quickly as possible to avoid the tar from cooling. With small areas being hand laid using industrial surface dressing rakes, our own customised chipping machine followed by our sit and drive roller when it comes to the later compacting stages.
A layer of your chosen loose stone is then spread over the hot tar by the NB Contracts team and raked to cover using our industrial tar and chip rakes and our customised chipping machine, with any stones falling outside of your driveways edge being raked back in.