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  • We are a Johnstown, County Kildare family run business specialising in all aspects of paving and driveway construction.

     

    paving contractors Johnstown, County Kildare

     

    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 Johnstown, County Kildare, we cover all areas in Johnstown, County Kildare and the surrounding areas.

     

    Your Johnstown, County Kildare, professional driveway, patio and block paving experts.

     

    Johnstown, County Kildare paving contractors

    We pride ourselves on being one the longest established driveway companies in the Johnstown, County Kildare.

     

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

    Johnstown ([2]Irish: Baile Eoin), is a village in County Kildare, Ireland. It is located 2 km north of Naas just off the N7 at junction 8. It is approximately 25 km from Dublin City Centre, and is a home for commuters working in Dublin and Naas. Most of the housing was built after 1990 and so it has a community website to foster local links.[3]

    The main street was a part of the old main road southwest from Dublin towards Cork and Limerick, and the village was a hamlet in 1970. The Johnstown Inn was a busy coaching stop until the 19th century, and outside it the Cork mail coach was stopped and burned at the start of the 1798 rebellion. It had a post office that closed in the 1920s, and still has the ruins of the medieval St John’s church that became a ruin after 1500. The church is famous for the grave of the earl of Mayo, the viceroy who was killed in India in 1872.