By Yvette Allard. driveway. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 15:53:00 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.
The first up would probably be the resin bonded driveway. This is a fairly new edition to the driveway family and a fairly new concept to the industry. What is a resin bonded driveway? To make it simple a resin bonded driveway appears to be made to look like a traditional pea shingle driveway but on closer inspection we find that it is a small layer of angular grit held together with glue.
The material is literally mixed up and with a trowel spread onto a tarmac surface and left to set. Why not just has a pea shingle driveway? Well many driveway experts have found that after a short period of time the shingle starts to be carried down the road in the tracks of car tyres that have rolled onto the drive, the shingle ends up being carried down the road and periodically the pea shingle has to be replaced.
Make sure the line is tight as you don’t want any sag in your line, this will give a false reading with your levels which could result in your finished driveway holding water.If your driveway is falling towards the house, then simply reverse the fall and levels from the pavement towards an existing rain water gully. If this isn’t possible, you will have to install drainage channels along the front of the property. Water should then be directed into a soak-a-way within your garden area.
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