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  • We are a Arklow family run business specialising in all aspects of paving and driveway construction.

     

    paving contractors Arklow

     

    With over 20 years experience, we have earned a big reputation for our service and quality. We only use top quality materials and our team is of a very high standard.

    Whatever your requirement, a stunning new driveway, a beautiful new patio or garden seating area, we are able of offer a wide variety of colours, styles and patterns to ensure a unique finish that will not only look great, but will withstand the elements for years to come.

    Based in Arklow, we cover all areas in Arklow and the surrounding areas.

     

    Your Arklow, professional driveway, patio and block paving experts.

     

    Arklow paving contractors

    We pride ourselves on being one the longest established driveway companies in the Arklow.

     

    A new driveway from STM Arklow Block Paving is one of the finest investments you can make, with a full range of contemporary and traditional block paving available.

    Arklow (from Old Norse Arnkell-lág, meaning ‘meadow of Arnkell’, Irish: An tInbhear Mór, meaning “the great estuary”) is a town in County Wicklow on the east coast of Ireland, overlooked by Arklow Hill. Founded by the Vikings in the ninth century, Arklow was the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the 1798 rebellion. Arklow’s proximity to Dublin led to it becoming a thriving commuter town with a population of 14,080 at the 2011 census, making it the third largest town in the county.[1]

    Arklow is at the mouth of the River Avoca (formerly Avonmore), the longest river wholly within County Wicklow. The town is divided by the river, which is crossed by the Nineteen Arches Bridge, a stone arch bridge linking the southern or main part of the town with the northern part, called Ferrybank. The Nineteen Arches Bridge is the longest handmade stone bridge in Ireland and is considered a famous landmark. The plaque on the south end of the bridge is testimony to this.