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A Strong Asphalt Driveway - Ask the BuilderAsk the …


"If you want your new blacktop driveway to look good for many years, you need to make sure the gravel or deep-based asphalt base is one foot wider than the actual finished blacktop surface." Asphalt or blacktop driveways are often the pavement one ends up with a new home. They are typically the ...


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Gravel – Official Minecraft Wiki


Obtaining []. Gravel can be broken using any tool, but a shovel is the quickest.When broken, it has a 10% chance of dropping flint instead of the gravel itself. The flint received can be controlled with enchantments.Silk touch removes the chance of dropping flint.


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What is class 5 gravel used for? can it be used for a ...


Sep 12, 2009· Best Answer: Class 5 gravel is crushed limestone and the aggregates are 3/4" and smaller.Sure you can use it.It's the most commonly used class for gravel roads.It compacks nice and hard.You can get re-cycled class 5.That's crushed up concrete to 3/4"and smaller but its not near as nice as class5.


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Best Paddock Surface Footing for Rainy Climate | Listen …


The three-quarter inch gravel by May (9 months later) What the crusher dust looks like in May (9 months later) Oh, and even though I added a new portable shelter for them, so they could stand outside to eat, this rain cover did not prevent the gravel from sinking into the ground around the slow feeders by April.


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How to Make Your Gravel Driveway Look like a Rock …


For homeowners looking to save a few bucks on a new driveway, a gravel surface typically costs far less than other popular types, such as concrete, asphalt or pavers.. But it comes with a caveat: Gravel driveways require far more maintenance, according to highly rated driveway contractors.


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Poor man's concrete - any good for RV parking? …


We have a few companies locally that offer "poor man's concrete". I'm not sure exactly what it is, but I've seen it in driveways and such. It's a white powdery material they dump and flatten out and when it gets wet, it's supposed to harden like cement.


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Asphalt vs. Oil & Stone – South Fork Asphalt


Once the oil has cooled, it will harden and provide a stable surface for the gravel. The end result will look like a natural gravel surface. There will be constant loose stone, however, maintenance will be minimal depending upon the stone type.


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