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    • Catsacor
    • By Catsacor 13th Oct 18, 8:02 AM
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    Block Paving, Brick Paving.
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    • 13th Oct 18, 8:02 AM
    Block Paving, Brick Paving. 13th Oct 18 at 8:02 AM
    Would someone give me the definative answer regarding the difference between the two please ?

    I read information (on here and elsewhere) about block paving and think i know what it is, but when i've had companies in to quote me for my driveway to be 'done' i'm corrected when i use the term 'block' paved.

    I would like to get my driveway, which is very large, 'paved',
    By this i mean done in a herringbone-type pattern/design, with blocks/bricks that look like the shape of a house-brick - so are those classed as blocks or bricks ....... with me ??

    ...and so, is there a difference in their performance/lifespan/costs ?
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    • Jonesya
    • By Jonesya 13th Oct 18, 9:06 AM
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    • 13th Oct 18, 9:06 AM
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    • 13th Oct 18, 9:06 AM
    Excellent website on all things paving related - have a read:
    • Catsacor
    • By Catsacor 15th Oct 18, 5:27 AM
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    • 15th Oct 18, 5:27 AM
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    • 15th Oct 18, 5:27 AM
    Perfect !
    Thank you
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