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Advice on Hoggin, Cinders and Ash Driveways
Advice on Hoggin, Cinders and Ash Driveways
Graded hoggin, crag, cinder and ash are examples of the gravel-like products available on the market that aren’t made from stone. We assess each one in this article....
Choosing a Cobblestone Driveway
Choosing a Cobblestone Driveway
Cobblestones have been out of favour for home driveways for a long time, but they are easy to lay for the DIY builder, and have a deterrent value towards privacy and…...
Edging for Gravel Drives
Edging for Gravel Drives
Gravel drives need edging to contain the spread of gravel into surrounding areas, and there are plenty of different materials to choose from....
Gravel Driveways: Advantages and Disadvantages
Gravel Driveways: Advantages and Disadvantages
Gravel driveways are a popular choice as gravel is cheap and easy to lay, but it's not as long-lasting as a hard surface, and there's many to choose from, so careful…...
Looking After Gravel Drives
Looking After Gravel Drives
Gravel drives are easy to lay but do need regular light-weight maintenance to keep them looking their best....
Using Bark and Other Loose Driveway Materials
Using Bark and Other Loose Driveway Materials
Bark chippings are an unusual choice for driveways, but in eco-friendly projects they may well be more appropriate than other materials, as long as the drives won’t be…...
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