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CALEDONIAN DRIVEWAYS in Dalry pride themselves on employing highly qualified staff so when you engage them to build a quality entrance to your home you can do so with confidence.'

Owner John McManus is a qualified engineer who studied at Glasgow University and he works with a time-served bricklayer and a trained mechanic who makes sure all the equipment is working as it should. Mr McManus senior, with 40 years' experience, is on hand to help and advise too.

So whether you want to create a new driveway or mend or renew the one you have get in touch with Caledonian Driveways first.

Mr McManus will insist on coming to your home to check the type of ground, inspect the drainage, give his advice and estimate for the job - all free of charge.

The firm works from Ayr up to Glasgow and occasionally beyond and can give you addresses of driveways they have made so you can see for yourself the quality of their results. While some companies take on several jobs at once then keep everyone waiting Caledonian Driveways have a "one job at a time" policy and, while never sacrificing quality for the sake of speed, often finish ahead of schedule. The orders book is generally full one month in advance.

Caledonian Driveways owns all the equipment needed to make a huge range of driveways, from bargain chips to monoblock, cobbles or tar. "Because we own everything we require it helps keep costs down," says Mr McManus. Every driveway comes with a five-year guarantee though this has never yet been needed"Because we own the equipment it helps to keep the costs down"We are genuinely nice guys committed to what we do and we like to leave a good job," Mr McManus adds.

"We have a first-class relationship with everybody we deal with from our suppliers to our customers.'

CONTACT Caledonian Driveways 23 Braehead, Dalry Tel 01294 833 422 Mobile 0779 230 7757
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Date:Dec 13, 2005
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