Rural Driveways

Concrete, Bitumen & Asphalt Rural Driveway Specialists Near You in Sydney

When you're building your dream home the last step in the build is always your concrete driveway. That dusty, muddy entrance that has been churned up time and time again by trucks and tractors is finally getting a make over.

Enwon is the specialist for Rural Driveway Construction and Solution. Being a small, family run company, Enwon understands that your new driveway is the entrance to your new home. The first thing you see when you get home from a busy day at work, and the last thing you see as you head off again. That's why we take pride in making sure we create the entrance your new home deserves.

The surface for your new concrete driveway depends on a few things. How long will it be? What budget are you trying to stick to? and how do you want it to look?

Whilst a concrete driveway is the optimum driveway surface and definitely looks the part, it's also the most expensive, so for larger jobs we offer a variety of cost effective solutions.

There are also many finishes to your new Driveway starting from a crushed base course finish to a one and two coat hot spray sealed bitumen driveway. We also offer asphalt driveways of different thicknesses.

Because we service many industries requiring specialists in Asphalt, Kerbs, Edging and Concreting, you can be assured that the work we carry out will be quick, clean and precise. With over 40 years in the Kerbs and Guttering field we have all the elements that go into making your new Driveway a piece of art, not just another road. So, when it comes to your any need for Concrete, Bitumen or Asphalt Driveway we have got the experience and skills that you can trust.

We offer free Inspections and quotes for all Rural Driveways and Individually design your masterpiece to suit your home and lifestyle. We can deliver a new concrete driveway, or an asphalt driveway, whichever one looks the part for your new castle.


Rural Driveway Types

Rural driveways can be constructed using different materials such as asphalt, concrete, gravel or paver.

1. Asphalt Driveways

Asphalt is the most common driveway material used here in Australia and it is also known as black top, macadam or tarmac driveways - all these different names refer to the one and the same material ‘Asphalt’ driveways. Although asphalt is popular in hotter regions, it is also ideal for colder regions because the black colour absorbs the sun’s heat. Asphalt has been used on our roads and aircraft runways for a while. Opting to install a new driveway is a major concern and a majority of the homeowners may just do it once in the entire life of a property. Thus, selecting asphalt material for your driveway involves a few major considerations that include curing time, repairs and maintenance, durability, budget and appeal.

Curing Time: Asphalt driveways can be finished faster, which is the prime reason it is used nearly for all road construction projects. It also has the capability to endure a high amount of traffic. As soon as the cooling and drying process gets finished, asphalt driveways can be used.

  • Repairs & Maintenance: Asphalt material is strong and lasting and if cracks appear, they can be repaired effortlessly. If an asphalt driveway gets damaged, it can be simply re-layered. Thus, maintaining asphalt driveways is a breeze.
  • Budget: Asphalt is a mix of bitumen and the aggregates. A derivative of crude oil, bitumen can be fused with the aggregates to create a driving surface that is smooth and flat. As the material used to create asphalt is less expensive than other materials, generally asphalt driveways cost lesser.
  • Durability: An asphalt driveway would last for several years with a professional installation and maintenance.
  • Appeal: Asphalt will surely augment your driveways. Asphalt driveways provide a clear and smooth look, which will appeal to the visitors.
  • Oil Leaks: It is not good to see oil leaks on your driveway; however, these stains will be covered because an asphalt driveway is black.
  • Weather Conditions: Asphalt has the ability to expand and contract according to the changing weather conditions, such as when heating up or cooling down. Asphalt can withstand repeated changes in temperature and easily adjusts and flexes back to its original form because asphalt is made of an oil based substance.

In A Nutshell on Choosing Asphalt for Your Driveway

Asphalt driveways are an attractive and cost-efficient solution for your driveway. It can be repaired easily and so it’s easy to maintain. Typically, asphalt driveways are more affordable than other materials and also more enduring. If you have a steep or long gradient driveway, asphalt driveways are a great solution.

2. Concrete Driveways

Concrete is a very adaptable material that can be used to develop pavers for the driveway and can accomplish an array of looks to match the style of a property. The major considerations are:

  • Concrete is robust, sturdy, enduring and can be easily maintained.
  • Many diverse patterns can be developed from embossed concrete as it is an adaptable material.
  • To achieve varied colours, a variety of concrete dyes and chemical stains can be used.
  • The concrete paving material is one of the more cost-efficient solutions.

3. Gravel Driveways

A gravel driveway is formed of loose aggregate with edges of wood, concrete or other material to keep the driveway enclosed.  The loose aggregate can differ in colour and size of the individual stones. The gravel driveway material has better durability and is a more affordable option. Especially for home driveways, extra residential car parking areas or commercial car parking areas - gravel driveways have always remained a popular choice here in Australia. Regular maintenance once or twice a year will be needed for a gravel driveway. As it’s economical in nature and easy to install, gravel is perfect for larger parking spaces and longer drives as well as for rural areas.

4. Paver Driveways

Good driveways assist in enhancing the entire look of your property. Using varied driveway pavers, you can create different kinds of driveways. Every driveway paver type comes with its own unique features. The different driveway pavers are:

  • Concrete driveway pavers are widely used and are also affordable. They are available in varied styles, colours and designs. They are durable and add value to your property.
  • Clay driveway pavers are perfect for driveway designs and patterns. They are slip resistant, enduring and are available in many different colours.
  • Large format driveway pavers are of high density, are slip resistant and lasting.
  • Commercial driveway pavers are available in a huge range of shapes and colours, are slip resistant and lasting.

We believe that the above information will assist you in deciding what material type will best suit your driveway. If you need any assistance regarding your driveway construction or for any other questions that you may have, be free to call us on 02 4722 5422 and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.