Gravel Driveway Tarring and Resurfacing Options
It is very important to find an asphalt contractor you can trust when you are considering a paving project for your home or business. At Tar and Chip Texas, we understand that our clients are looking not only for experts in the asphalt repair and installation business but also for an asphalt contractor who is affordable.
We take great pride in knowing that when someone comes to us for a paving need, we can be trusted us as your professional asphalt contractor services due to our outstanding track record. We are the asphalt contractors you can trust for any asphalt repair, new gravel driveway or roadway installation, sealcoating maintenance, or recycled asphalt milling.
Our team of paving experts has a vast amount of experience working with all kinds of asphalt in the Fort Worth/ Dallas area, as well as the entire State of Texas.
Types of Driveways
Usually, there are four types of paving materials used for driveways:
The climate, length of your driveway and your budget are all determining factors when considering what material best suits your driveway installation needs. Many of our clients prefer the option of gravel driveways because they are a very affordable option upfront.
It is important to consider that you will need to add more gravel every two to four years, particularly if you have a sloped driveway. Annually, you must also rake your crushed rock driveway to put it back into place, as well as applying a herbicide. But if you’re up for the maintenance and aware of what it will take, you will be happy with the cost effective option of a gravel driveway. The different types of gravel that are available make these driveways a very attractive option.
There are different types of gravel factors that go into installing a crushed rock driveway. What is interesting is that there are actually three sizes of gravel that will be used in the entire process. In the first layer of your gravel driveway, the gravel used will be made up of rocks the size of baseballs, which are usually referred to as #3 stones. The #3 stones for the foundation for the project, and allow for great drainage. Then on top of the base, crushed rocks that are the size of golf balls are placed, which are referred to as #57 rocks. Finally, the top layer of your gravel driveway I made up for marble sized rocks. Depending on the type of stone that is used, your driveway can appear to be black, gray or even rust. Many people like the color options that gravel driveways offer.
You have many options when it comes to picking out the top layer for your gravel driveway. Some top layer choices available are: limestone, granite, concrete and crushed shale to name a few. At Tar and Chip Texas, we are here to make your vision for your gravel driveway a reality. We will work with you to get the stones that will best fit the look you are going for.
Gravel Driveway Cost
No matter what type of gravel driveway, roadway or parking lot you are considering, we are your asphalt contractor that you can count on to do the job with excellence. Our team is here to serve you and help you decide what driveway gravel types are best for your needs. We proudly serve the entire State of Texas and there is no paving job too big or too small for us here at Tar and Chip Texas.
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