Gravel Driveway Repair
Contact Justin with JW Tractor Work Sand & Gravel to discuss the cost of the gravel driveway. Gravel driveways normally can be easily maintained and are a much cheaper option than asphalt or concrete. Common quality driveway materials used in North Texas includes crushed granite, decomposed granite, limestone flex base & crushed concrete. Gravel driveways are measured and figured on a cubic yard quantity of material needed.
The driveway is the first impression on a house, and natural gravel stones can make a bold statement.
If concrete is not poured properly it can be hard to correct. Asphalt is messy and can be money wasted if not done properly. Gravel can be altered, changed and corrected throughout its lifespan. Gravel road repair is far easier. Gravels can be smoothed over and easily added to as time goes by. Depending on the usage, needs and weather can play a big factor in the life of a gravel driveway.
As with any construction project, it is important to prepare properly for the creation of a new gravel driveway. Consider the purpose of the road that will be Graveled. How will it be used? A driveway receiving heavy or frequent traffic from cars and other vehicles will need more gravel then say a walking trail or landscaped area.
There are right and wrong types of gravel to use for driveway construction. The selection of the type of gravel plays a vital role defining the gravel driveway repair cost. It is important to determine what the best gravel is for your driveway needs. Washed or clean rock will often shift around and slide out of place easily. Angular stones and crusher rock are better for driveway because they lock together and reduce movement.
JW Tractor work can help you determine what type of stones are available and what will work best for your area. Leveling the road properly, setting up the good drainage and choosing the right stone is all it takes to make an impressive driveway. Contact me to discuss further the cost of a gravel driveway.