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The gravel base for a driveway should be a minimum of 4 inches deep. If heavier vehicles, such as large trucks, will use the driveway regularly, the gravel should be even deeper, up to 12 inches. Poor soil or a sloped driveway may also require deeper gravel.What is the best time to seal driveway?
Sealing too soon however, may cause damage to your new drive. The best time to seal is 6-12 months after it has been paved, and every 3-5 years thereafter. We recommend your driveway go through an entire summer season before sealing, after it's been paved.What concrete mix to use for a driveway?
A standard concrete mix is 2,500-psi. For a driveway, you will want a much stronger mix of 4,000-psi, with a 0.5 water to cement ratio, which provides a denser concrete and hence increases the wear ability.How can I pave my own driveway?
Steps Find a contractor. Remove your current driveway surface. Grade your driveway slope. Compact the base soil. Cover the base soil with crushed rock. Pack the crushed rock into the subsoil. Allow this base to settle for approximately 1 week. Choose an asphalt size and thickness. Compact the asphalt with a heavy roller.