What size crushed rock driveway?

What size crushed rock driveway?

A commonly used gravel size for driveway base layers is #3 gravel. This rock is generally 1-2 inches in diameter and does double duty by establishing a solid, reliable foundation and providing adequate drainage; both critical factors in driveway construction.

Can a resin driveway be laid on a slope?

You'll be happy to learn that resin bound surfacing is perfectly suitable for sloped driveways, but more than that, it's one of the best driveway materials on the market to combat the issues that can arise when applying a new surface to a sloped area.

How do you keep rocks on a slope?

When landscaping rocks to a slope, you must stabilize the stones so they don't simply roll down the hill.

  1. Select random spots staggered along the slope to place your rocks. ...
  2. Dig indentations in the bank to hold the rocks in place, so they are secure and have no risk of rolling down and harming individuals or property.

What is the difference between type1 and type 2 stone?

The difference is that Type 2 MOT contains more dust than Type 1, being composed of fewer angular aggregate sizes (also known as scalpings). Another difference is that Type 2 MOT has no specific grading requirements. Type 2 MOT is best used for driveways, backfill material, paths, patio areas, and to fill in potholes.

What is Type 2 road base?

Class II Road Base is a Cal Trans Spec native rock with no recycled materials. It is generally used as a compacted base for roads, parking lots, interlocking pavers, sidewalks, asphalt, compacted rock surfaces, and as a sub base under retaining walls.

What is the best road base material?

Aggregate materials are also perfect for construction projects including driveways, roads, and walkways. Another great benefit for using gravel or crushed stone, they are very easy to work with, are extremely affordable, simple to maintain, can be very unique, and will provide a very attractive appearance.