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Old 05-28-06, 10:51 AM
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Trying to fix house for "quick sale". I have asphalt driveway with one crack that spreads width. Also live on busy street. I would like to improve appearance AND add side turn-around. Is bluestone the quickest and least expensive way to achieve both?
 
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Bluestone would be worthless unless you have a good, thick, compacted base under it.

If you have to buy the bluestone, you would be better off to buy & install an interlocking concrete paver driveway area since it does not need as much of a base for the same strength driveway area.

The cheapest would probably be asphalt unless it is a small area, but still needs a compacted base under it.

Dick
 
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