If you have a long driveway and can’t afford asphalt or concrete perhaps a gravel driveway may be your answer. With an array of warm colors to choose from you can bring out your home’s unique characteristics by installing a gravel driveway. Unlike pavers, asphalt, or concrete, gravel is permeable, less expensive and environmentally friendly. I personally like the crushing sound it makes.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to a gravel driveway we completed using a warm-toned 3/8” bluestone gravel.

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For a smooth transition an apron was installed to separate the road from driveway.




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