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Aug 21, 2014 10:42PM
thanks for post.
good solutions.
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Nov 30, 2013 5:02AM

They left off one of the most popular options ................. Dirt!

Asphalt isn't just for the northern climes.  It is a valid option in most of the country and can be stamped and painted to look like brick, stone, etc.    And here on the Gulf Coast where I live, it is the rainiest part of the nation (roughly twice the average annual rainfall of Seattle) so runoff from solid surfaces is an issue.  The pervious concrete doe NOT hold up down here, so two narrow (roughly 1 foot wide) strips of concrete for the wheels to roll on is a valid option that allows more water to be absorbed by the ground and costs far less if you have a long drive.  And it can make for a beautiful, flower filled drive if you use lower growing plants to fill the space between the strips, while planting taller flowers on each side.

Apr 6, 2013 8:46AM
Reese With Her Spoon ... great Pavers. 
Apr 6, 2013 5:13AM

Going back to the Bob Villa show on PBS,  this guy couldn't bring a job in on the money if his life depended on it.  Many instances of him "calling in" his contractor buddies and informing the morons who trusted him that instead of  X number of dollars originally estimated there would be an increase of  sometimes as much as 400% because of some " unforeseen"  thing.


Would that this practice was occasional. Not so; it was rampant.  The unforeseen items were not even improvements, they were fixes. 


I wouldn't want this guy near my driveway or garage or house or even my city..    



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Apr 6, 2013 4:14AM
I prefer pavers. I've also come across a very elegant lighted paver by Lumastones. If you're doing a paver job, you have to check out . I'm a customer and you'd be amazed at how they do their pavers. They are made to look like pavers during the day but light up at night. I sound like a commercial but I've always been a paver fan over any other material.
Apr 6, 2013 12:07AM
Nice picture of pavers under brick...brick-colored concrete pavers are, well, concrete pavers.  Actual brick is extremely rare these days as it is not nearly as durable or readily available as brick-look pavers.
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