Trusted Ryton Dropped Kerb Contractors


A properly fitted dropped kerb allows vehicles to cross the pavement from a road to a Ryton driveway, without risking damage to your property or the surrounding surfaces.

Installing a dropped kerb to your Ryton property can make a huge improvement to access, as well as helping ensure people do not block the front of your driveway.

Surface Tech Ltd has many years' experience installing dropped kerbs, including applying for the relevant planning permission. We work in conjunction with your local authority to ensure the new dropped kerb complies with all necessary regulations.

Call our dropped kerb installers on 0191 205 8566

Surface Tech Ltd are 24/7 dropped kerb experts for the whole of Ryton NE40

Why choose us for your kerb lowering in Ryton?

At Surface Tech Ltd, we focus on delivering a service that gets the job right, first time. By investing in high quality materials, equipment and processes, we ensure that we deliver sustainable and cost effective solutions that will last.

We pride ourselves on our exceptional workmanship and customer care, making sure every Ryton dropped kerb installation is carried out to the utmost quality standards.

Free Ryton NE40 Dropped Kerb Surveys

Our team can visit your Ryton location to carry out a free no-obligation survey. This allows our paving and tarmac contractors to fully understand your requirements and offer an accurate and competitive quote.

Below you will find a few examples of the type of work undertaken for both domestic and commercial customers in Ryton.

Can’t see what you’re looking for? Contact us for information or advice. Find out how we can help you with your Ryton kerb dropping needs.

If you would like to find out more about our dropped kerb services, please get in touch today.

Call 0191 205 8566 or email info@surfacetechltd.com

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