How to Give Your Driveway Kerb Appeal

There are a thousand different ways of making a hard surface for cars and DrivewayExpert has details on all of them. Whether you're paving your front garden to get your car off the road or resurfacing a three mile drive to your palatial country mansion you'll find all the information you require on this website.

How to Patch a Hole in your Tarmac

Do you have a hole in your driveway, or maybe a larger area? You might be wondering how to fix it. In this blog post we will show you how to patch up any holes and cracks in your tarmac with hot asphalt material. If you need help getting the …

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Filling And Sanding Outside Walls

Applying paint on exterior walls will surprise you when it comes to the order of importance. The paint is nowhere near as big of a deal as the prep work. Sure, you can botch the paint job, but that’s fixable. Poor prep can equal catastrophic failure.  Sanding and filling an …

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How To Stop Cats Pooping In My Garden

There’s nothing worse than watching all of your favorite feline friends come by your yard to visit, only to stop in your garden and use it for a bathroom break! Unfortunately, this happens a lot more often than most of us ever realize – and it can be a bit …

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Can Concrete Fence Posts Be Drilled?

Concrete fence posts aren’t like their wooden counterparts. Drilling through them or into them increases the likelihood that it will split or that it will crack down the middle. Either way, you’re left with a fence post that’s no longer as structurally sound as it once was.  That doesn’t mean …

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Parts Of A Wooden Fence

At first glance a wooden fence might not look like the most complex thing to build in the world. A couple of wooden slats, couple of wooden posts, and maybe a bucket of nails and you can call it a day, right? Wrong! Truth be told, there’s a lot more …

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Should You Seal Block Paving?

Does block paving really need to be sealed? What are the advantages to using a block paving sealant? Find out all the answers here. A lot of people wonder whether you should seal block paving. The answer is that while you do not have to seal your block paving, it …

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How Do I Lay Patio Stone?

Laying your own patio stones doesn’t need to be difficult. We’ll show you how to do it in 6 steps.  Laying patio stone is typically a 6 step process. First, the area needs to be excavated. Next, the area is laid on a compacted base of crushed stone and granular …

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Pea Gravel Patio Pros and Cons

If you’re sitting at the house, tossing around patio ideas, the thought of doing a pea gravel patio may have crossed your mind or possibly, something similar. Of course, thinking about it and doing it are two different things. Is installing a pea gravel patio worth the hassle? Pea Gravel …

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What Are Your Gate Options When Space Is Limited?

The cheapest and most conventional type of gate will be your typical swing gate. The problem is that swing gates require a decent amount of clearance when they open up. If you don’t have a good few feet of clearance, then the gates are going to knock into things. Thankfully, …

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Permeable Driveway Options

If you’re looking into designing a driveway on your property but are worried because your property’s drainage capabilities aren’t exactly the best, a permeable driveway is probably the answer you’re looking for. Permeable driveways are great options when your property doesn’t drain well because permeable materials absorb and diffuse moisture …

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8 Cheap Ways To Insulate A Shed

Why would you want to insulate a shed? Well, perhaps you work in there or maybe you have to store some things that you would rather not be exposed to extreme temperatures, which encourages degradation and outright damages some materials. Regardless of the reasoning, if you want to insulate your …

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