Interlocking Stone and Concrete
With today’s growing households, an average home will have two vehicles per driveway. Add multi-generational families to the mix and some homes have even more.
We make room to accommodate all your vehicles onto your property. Both aesthetics and by-law compliance are always front of mind.
A driveway extension is excavated to leverage your space in the best possible way while keeping your home’s curb appeal intact.
Types of Driveway Extensions
Poured Concrete Driveway Extensions
One of the most popular driveway extension option is poured concrete in varying colors, shapes and sizes. Generally, you want the driveway extension to match or flow into your driveway pad. Click here for information on what factors affect the price of installing a concrete driveway.
Photos of poured concrete driveway extension work around Mississauga & Brampton
Interlocking Stone Driveway Extensions
Interlocking stones are also another material used frequently by driveway contractors tulsa as a driveway extension material because of its durability and ability to withstand the weight of multiple vehicles. When not in use, interlocking stone can serve as an attractive walkway to your front door that will reduce the amount of dirt that you would normally drag into your home walking on your front lawn. Find out what 3 things determines the price of adding an interlocking driveway extension.
Photos of interlocking stone driveway extension work around Mississauga & Brampton
To learn more about whether you should use interlocking stone or concrete for your driveway extensions, click here.
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Markstone Landscaping specializes in interlocking and concrete, serving commercial and residential clients in Mississauga, Milton, Brampton, Oakville and Burlington since 2007. Click here for testimonials from our satisfied customers.