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Barrow, North Lancashire & South Cumbria

Block Paving Company in South Cumbia & North Lancashire

We undertake the design & installation of block paved driveways & patios throughout Barrow, North Lancashire & South Cumbria.

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Driveway Block Paving Specialists

At A M Driveways, we design and install block-paved driveways and patios in South Cumbria and North Lancashire.

Block paving comes in 100’s different styles, colours & shapes and can allow us to create stylish & unique surfaces & patios. 

We’re accredited contractors for Tobermore, one of Britain’s leading paving suppliers. They offer a wide array of materials for your driveway or patio. 

We work throughout South Cumbria and North Lancashire, including Barrow-in-Furness, Broughton-in-Furness, Carnforth, Cartmel, Flookburgh, Garstang, Grange-over-Sands, Lancaster, Morecambe, Kendal, Ulverston, and Walney Island. We provide block-paved driveways, patios, garden edging, paths, and walkways.

If you would like to find out more information about any of our services or wish to arrange a FREE no-obligation estimate, then you can contact us on: Barrow – 01229 797 175, Lancaster – 01524 889 686 or Kendal – 01539 897 601

We're Tobermore Approved Contractors!

At AM Driveways LTD we have been accredited by Tobermore as trusted and reliable paving contractors!

Types Of Block Paving

There are several different types of block paving, each giving your driveway or patio it’s own unique look.



Herringbone can come in both 45-degree & 90-degree styles. It’s one of the most common styles when it comes to block paving!


Stretcher Bond

Stretcher bond paving is the most simplistic style of block paving, the joints of each block are set exactly half a width of the block above & below.

A white rubber mallet lies on the surface of a gray Brick paving slab. Tools and materials for paving works. Beautiful building background with copy space


This traditional style of paving involves columns of pavers, alternating between two vertical pavers on top of two horizontal pavers.