Case Study

Original Driveway
Digger Removing Old Drive
Stone for the Drive Base
Wacker plate to Level Stone

Imprinted Concrete Driveways

Monaghan Driveways was selected to undertake the works on this urban Cheshire property following a site visit. Effective communication among all parties involved played a crucial role in the project’s success. The following visual imprinted concrete driveways case study provides a comprehensive overview of the start-to-finish process, highlighting the key steps undertaken and the achievement of the project within the set timeline, resulting in high customer satisfaction.

  • Preparation: Clear the area and excavate to depth
  • Base Installation: Lay a compacted sub-base layer for stability
  • Edge Restraining: Install edge restraints to define the shape of the driveway and prevent shifting
  • Concrete Mix: Prepare the concrete mix with colour pigments and additives for durability
  • Pouring and Levelling: Pour the concrete onto the prepared area and spread it evenly
  • Imprinting: Use specialised tools to create the desired patterns and textures on the concrete surface
  • Colouring: Apply colour release agents to enhance the appearance and depth of the imprinted patterns
  • Curing and Sealing: Allow the concrete to cure properly and apply a sealant to protect the surface
  • Finishing Touches: Clean the driveway, remove any excess materials, and make necessary repairs
Adding Dye
Imprint Edges Concrete
Lines put in Drive with Grinder
Jet Wash Driveway
Sealing with Roller

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