Large elegant two-story stone exterior home photo in Other

Mill Mountain

Traditional Exterior

Residential, landscape architecture, site design
Large elegant two-story stone exterior home photo in Other - Houzz
McKEE CARSON
McKEE CARSON
Charlottesville, VA

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lben wrote:October 16, 2012
  • snowkey
    6 years ago
    my guess is that this is called "chip-seal" which is gravel on a bed of asphalt to keep them in place. It works best in non-snow areas (shoveling would pull up the stones).
  • haj01
    4 years ago
    last modified: 4 years ago

    There is a great product out there which is a honeycomb shape cell with geotextile backing. You can lay this, and fill with stones any size between 3-16mm. It helps stabilize the stones, meaning no rutting, very low maintenance and no need to even out the gravel or stones on a regular basis (once every couple of years will work)

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