See our selection of charcoal block paving for driveways and garden landscaping in a range of different sizes and styles. As well as charcoal pavers, we also have black, anthracite and dark grey paving blocks that might meet your needs. These include tumbled and standard charcoal paving blocks, plus permeable and natural stone setts as well.
These black, dark-grey, anthracite and charcoal pavers have been selected by us to ensure you have the perfect block paving product for your project requirements.
If you want a concrete paver with a bit more character that is in keeping with older properties and more rustic garden styles, then consider tumbled (aka rumbled) pavers. These tumbled charcoal pavers have a time-worn edge to give them a little more character.
If you are looking for a clean lines and ordered aesthetic, then charcoal standard block paving will give your driveway that smart kerbside appeal.
If you don't want to use underground drainage and soak-away crates to ensure your driveway paving surface water is retained within your boundaries, then consider permeable charcoal paving that lets the water soak-away under the driveway directly.
If you want to use natural stone for your driveway or paving project and need a dark grey / charcoal like colour, then black granite setts or black limestone block paving will most likely fit the bill.
Charcoal colour in paving, obviously takes its name from the namesake fuel. As anyone who has barbecued knows, the colour of charcoal ranges from inky-carbon black to silvery-white. And this reflects the changing colouring one often sees with paving blocks. When wet, they are a dark grey with a flat, even colour. However, when dry they can appear mid-grey colour with elements that are more silver or pewter-like in tone.
If you have any questions about what type of charcoal block paving is most suitable for your project's needs, then please don't hesitate to contact our team for free and friendly advice.