driveway with retaining wall

A driveway design needs to do more than just tell the contractor where to pour the cement or asphalt. At Williams & Williams, our designs can involve softscape as well as hardscape.

When it comes to driveways, you also have several choices in materials.

Concrete Driveways

Today, concrete driveways, also called cement driveways, can be produced with a number of design options in style, color and texture. Decorative concrete is one of the most popular modern ways of sprucing up your home.

Concrete Pavers

Another alternative we can provide are Concrete pavers, often called paving stones. These have grown in popularity for driveway construction projects. The interlocking pavers form a patterned surface that is ready for immediate use after installation. Manufactured in a variety of styles and colors, pavers are a easily removed, repaired and re-installed.

Asphalt or Blacktop Driveways

The terms asphalt driveways and blacktop driveways are used almost interchangeably, although there are some slight differences in their actual composition. Our expert designers can help you specify the proper materials for a driveway the will provide lasting value.

Each choice for driveway materials has its positives and negatives; we also want to be sure that, as our client, you understand the differences in driveway materials, so you can make an informed choice. This choice involves both appearance and maintenance.

We can also help you think about enhancing your driveway area by incorporating:

  • Flower beds
  • Ground Cover
  • Ornamental trees
  • Shrubs
  • Walls and Columns
  • Electric Gates

There are so many ways you can dress up your driveway and we are here to help!

Would you like more information? Call us or email us today to learn more about our expert driveway design and installation services.