By Laurene Morin. driveway. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 22:06:02 PM.
When you are thinking of paving your driveway you need to figure out what material you would like to pave it with. There are many options out there for you to choose from, this includes brick and block paving driveways.
When you’re spending the money to have your driveway or parking lot professionally paved, you don’t want the asphalt to deteriorate any sooner than necessary. Sealcoat the surface to protect your walking and driving areas from wear and tear.
By laying five to eight inches of gravel beneath the asphalt you are ensuring a greater life expectancy for your asphalt driveway. Also by having your asphalt paving company install your asphalt finish at least one foot before the asphalt covers the gravel, you are allowing your asphalt driveway to not crack when visitors drive to the edge of the finished surface.
The other way is to have 2/3 compacted sand and a third loose sand which you screed to the desired height, this is easier to screed but can result in soft spots. Establish the finished height of your block paving use a block as a guide and push it down into the sand until it is 5mm higher than the finished height to allow for the final compacting once all the block paving is laid.
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