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How to Replace an Asphalt Driveway

By: Danny Lipford

Though labor intensive, an asphalt drive goes down much faster than concrete, making it much less expensive to install. Before installing a new asphalt drive, be sure it has a good clay base and is properly graded and compacted so it will drain well.

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