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First impressions count

Wednesday, 17th April, 2019 4:17pm


What does your driveway say about you? First impressions count when it comes to the appearance and character of your driveway. With so much focus on outdoor living, the days when driveways were simply a place to park the car are long gone. This is one of the most prominent and eye-catching areas of your home, so why not create a first impression to be proud of?

Whether your house is contemporary or traditional, Tobermore offer a driveway solution that can enhance the style, beauty and character of your home, whilst meeting your budget.

David Thompson, Manager at Tobermore Paving and Walling Centres across Ireland, has witnessed how attitudes towards our driveways have changed over the years.

He said: “Driveways have become a multi-functional part of the home. As well as creating a parking facility, a well landscaped driveway enhances the style and value of a property and provides a safe play area for children.”

The benefits of installing a block paving driveway are endless. Tobermore’s beautiful range of block paving products are designed with durability in mind, are cost-effective and minimum maintenance is required, so that’s one less job for you to worry about!

Visit Tobermore’s Paving and Walling Centre at Mill Road, Irishtown Cross in Bandon for some expert advice and the opportunity to view the wide range of product colours, textures and laying patterns available in real-life landscaped environments.

Free samples are also available for you to take home. Phone 023-8843046 or visit tobermore.ie for more information.

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