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Driveway – Concrete? Asphalt? Stone?

Driveway which have the most benefits.

When building a new home curb appeal is a large attracting to a home, have you ever thought about the driveway? Here are a few different types of driveways and depending on material and cost, one of these may work for you.

Concrete Driveway-
Average around $2.50 to $4.50 square feet. Low-maintenance, level surface that’s easy to plow (also great for kids playing). Concrete will stain and breaks down with exposure to road salt.

Asphalts Driveway-
Average around $1.25 to $2.50 square feet.Mix of aggregate and asphalt, must be sealed regularly to prevent brittleness. Difficult to get neat-looking edges.

Stone Driveway-
Average around 50 cents to $1.25 square feet. Advantages are low cost and rustic look. Type of stone varies with location; it’s often shale, sandstone or granite. Potholes form easily. Hard to shovel or plow without stripping away stone.


Paver Driveway-
Average around $6 to $10 square feet. Cast-concrete units, available in a range of colors, come in interlocking shapes that make them easy to install. If a paver is damaged or broken, it can be replaced without sacrificing the entire driveway.