This distinctive block paving solution is ideal if you're looking to give your driveway a predominantly traditional and rustic feel. With its range of subtle hues and charming weather worn appearance, Monksbridge looks every inch the product of a different era. In addition to driveways, this block paving can be used to create a natural stone courtyard effect.
Available in four compatible sizes allowing for a variety of laying patterns.
Each pack contains 360 units to cover 9.60m2.
Each pack contains:
80 no. 150 x 250 x 50
100 no. 150 x 200 x 50
120 no. 150 x 150 x 50
60 no. 150 x 100 x 50
Deliveries normally occur between 7am and 6pm. Once your order has been placed you will be contacted and provided with an exact date of delivery.
This vehicle will lower the product to the ground using an electric lift. The pallet of products is then pulled off using a manual pallet truck. It is imperative that the ground that the pallet is unloaded onto is flat and solid. Access may be needed for a rigid lorry (up to 20ft) otherwise additional delivery charges may be made. For larger orders alternative delivery methods can be arranged. Please call our office to discuss any delivery requirements or for clarification.
Our customer services team will advise how to prepare for receipt of ordered goods. Our delivery team are not responsible for any additional lifting or carrying of your goods.
We do not deliver items to multiple addresses.
All full packs and all orders containing at least one full pack will be delivered free of charge*.
Delivery charges for individual units usually have a flat charge of £30. *Delivery is free on orders with full packs except for deliveries to the postcodes AB, BT, DD, GY, HS, IM, IV, JE, KA27-28, KW, PA20+, PH, P030-41, TR21-25 and ZE (please call 0800 032 6306 for a quote).
Delivery will normally be less than 7 days (typically 3-5 working days). Simply Paving will aim to contact you by email or directly by phone within two working days of your order to suggest a delivery date. If the date provided is unsuitable please get in touch and we will re-arrange the delivery date.
For further information please refer to our Delivery Policy
Vegetation and top soil should be removed to an approximate depth of 200mm-250mm across the area to be paved.
The next stage is to set up edge restraints around the area to be paved (these may include existing walls) using block kerbs or concrete edging.
The area should then be back filled with 150mm of MoT/crusher run, compacted to 100mm.
Onto this, a layer of slightly damp sharp sand should be applied, to the depth of 50mm, and then compacted with a plate compactor. A second layer of sharp sand is then applied, to a depth of 20mm. Using the string lines, screeding rails and straight edge, this second layer of sharp sand needs to be levelled to the correct falls.
Place the blocks on top of the laying course, ensuring they are around 4-5mm above the desired finished level. Once all full blocks are laid, use a mechanical block splitter to cut the blocks required for infill pieces or at the retaining edges. Pieces of concrete block paving smaller than one third of a full block are best avoided. Once completed, sweep the area and compact with two or three passes of the plate compactor.
Jointing of the block paving is preferably completed in dry periods. Apply kiln dried sand to the block paved area, then brush into the joints using a soft brush, ensuring the joints are filled fully.
Use the plate compactor on the paved area again, to push the sand into the joints. Once this has been done, check for any gaps in the jointing and fill where necessary, compacting again afterwards. The sand in the joints may need to be topped up for the first few months after the job is completed.