Our Paving Process
At Bespoke Paving, we’ve developed a structured paving process to provide everybody with protection, understanding and confidence.
You make contact with us to discuss your job and arrange a time to meet with you on site. Every site and project is unique and requires a bespoke approach.
2. SITE VISIT
We meet on site, discuss the details of your project, refine your requirements, inspect the site, formulate an approach and measure.
We prepare a written quote and send it to you for review. It may be necessary to further refine the project details and requote.
Once you are satisfied with the quote and let us know you want to proceed we confirm material availability with suppliers and prepare a written fixed priced contract for you to sign. A deposit is required. The job is booked into the system and an approximate start date provided.
5. BASE WORK
Work starts on site. We excavate the site and remove the spoil where applicable. Rubble is brought in and the base compacted. If it’s a driveway, it's good to stress test the base by you driving and parking on it. However, this isn't always convenient. You will be invoiced for the balance of the cost of the base work and to order the pavers for delivery.
6. PAVERS DELIVERED
The pavers are delivered to site ready to be laid for the paving process.
The bedding sand is delivered to site, and screeded to the levels as required. The pavers are laid and cut in. Edge restraints are installed where necessary, and the paving is grouted and compacted. The site is cleaned and cleared of any excess materials or waste. On larger jobs where sections are completed and signed off in stages, it may be prearranged to have progress payments invoiced.
8. PRACTICAL COMPLETION
We ask you to inspect site and signoff that you are happy with project and it's free from defects or omissions. The final invoice is sent. Enjoy your new paved area and the lifestyle changes it brings! On larger jobs where sections are completed and signed off in stages, it may be prearranged to have progress payments invoiced.