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How to Install and Operate a Heated Permeable Driveway

Ice and snow in your driveway can be a huge hassle during the winter months. Not only that, but they can pose a risk to your safety as well. Many people have taken a hard fall after slipping on some ice in their driveway, or suffered a heart attack while trying to shovel mounds of […]

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The Best Paver Options for Simplified Snow Removal

If snow is a regular occurrence in your driveway or parking lot, you probably know all too well the danger it poses. Snow isn’t just an inconvenience, it can lead to accidents and injuries as well. That’s why everyone has some type of method for removing snow from their driveways and parking lots during the […]

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The Best Materials for Golf Cart Path Paving

There’s nothing better than spending a day on the golf course. That’s probably why so many new golfers are gravitating toward the sport of golf as they look for new ways to enjoy outdoor activities. Indeed, the fresh air, camaraderie, and friendly competition that 18 holes provide is truly one-of-a-kind, but if you want to […]

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How Deep Should a Gravel Driveway Be?

Aside from asphalt and concrete, gravel driveways are some of the most popular nowadays. With so many different types of gravel as well as different methods of installing a new gravel driveway, it’s no surprise that many people are flocking towards this driveway material. You might be wondering how deep your new gravel driveway should […]

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Ranch Road Paving: The Best Gravel Solutions for Your Property

If you own a farm or a ranch, you know how much traffic you can get on your ranch roads and paths, and how important it is to keep these roads in good shape. There are a few solutions to look towards when building or updating a ranch road, with gravel, and tar and chip […]

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A Better Alternative to Crush and Run Driveways

Crush and run driveways, sometimes known as crusher run, dense grade aggregate, or quarry process, is a type of gravel driveway. Gravel comes in many forms and depending on what type of driveway you have, you may prefer one type over another. What makes crush and run unique is that it’s commonly made from a […]

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The Best Water Absorbing Pavement Solution

One of the biggest issues that all types of pavement have to deal with is water. Rain and stormwater, in particular, pose a big threat to many different types of pavement. In urban areas where there’s already a massive burden on the local sewer systems, dealing with stormwater can be especially important. Unfortunately, most pavement […]

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3 Common Parking Lot Repairs and How to Avoid Them

Parking lots take on a lot of wear and tear throughout their lifetime, and while most parking lots are made from asphalt, it is far from an ideal material for longevity. Asphalt parking lots are subject to heavy traffic flow with many vehicles executing tight turns that unravel the top layer of gravel. Asphalt parking […]

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5 Problems With Stone Driveways and a Better Alternative

Almost every driveway you see these days is built from either asphalt or concrete, but those aren’t the only two options available. Stone, for instance, is another type of material that is an excellent alternative to asphalt and concrete for a variety of reasons. Stone offers something in terms of style, cost-effectiveness, and versatility that […]

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Traditional Pavers vs. Permable Driveway: Pros and Cons

Most driveways are made from either asphalt or solid concrete, but the use of pavers to create semi-permeable driveways is a different aesthetic has grown in popularity. Pavers can be made from many different materials, but brick, concrete, natural stone, and plastic are some of the most common.  There are many pros and cons to […]

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