Which is less expensive: a concrete or epoxy stone driveway? Which is less expensive: a concrete or epoxy stone driveway?

Between a concrete or an epoxy stone driveway, you will end up having to pay more for the epoxy stone. The cost for each one will depend on where you live, but concrete is generally less than half the cost of epoxy stone. With concrete, you can get a driveway poured for somewhere between $2 and $3 per square foot. With epoxy stone, you will have to spend somewhere between $5 and $9 per square foot to have it installed. If you are doing a large number of square feet, this can be a significant difference.

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