Installing a Crushed Stone Driveway

A crushed stone driveway is less expensive than asphalt or concrete; and since it’s permeable, rainwater soaks in, rather than running off. When installing a crushed stone driveway, it’s important to put a layer of landscape fabric down first, to prevent weeds from growing.

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Chelsea Lipford Wolf is a born-and-raised home enthusiast, adding her crafty skills and passion for DIY to Today’s Homeowner Media as co-host of the top-rated, nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” TV Show. In addition, Chelsea maintains her own home lifestyle and décor blog and award-winning web-series, Chelsea Lipford Wolf is a born-and-raised home enthusiast, adding her crafty skills and passion for DIY to Today’s Homeowner Media as co-host of the top-rated, nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” TV Show. In addition, Chelsea maintains her own home lifestyle and décor blog and award-winning web-series, ”Checking In With Chelsea.”

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