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Think outside the Box ..... instead of fighting those cracks every year, why not do what some of us Landscapers do .... that is to say a driveway is a pathway on your property, it's job is to move people/vehicles/bikes/lawn mowers etc.across it, there is nothing stated that says "All driveways must be solid" in any Design book that I have seen/read and I've ...


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Option A: keep doing what you did, and expect it to fail every winter; be pleasantly surprised if it does not some years. Option B: tear up the driveway and put a proper base under it. The lack of a proper base is almost certainly why it self-destructs in winter. If you can stand the annual work, Option A can be done for MANY years before you begin to ...


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If your driveway is anything like mine, you can't. The cracking is caused by expansion/contraction, which is especially bad in winters where we get a ton of snow. Water can get into the existing cracks, find it's way down below the surface, and then it freezes, which causes more cracks. It can also depend on the grading around your driveway. I live up in ...



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