Driveway

Laying pavers over a crushed stone and sand base.

Patio and Driveway Paver Foundation Tips

Laying a paver patio or driveway starts with a good foundation. Watch this video for tips on how to use crushed stone and a compactor to make sure your paver foundation holds up over time.

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Completed paver driveway.

Paver Driveway and Concrete Patio Project, Part 2

Watch the conclusion of our two-part show on installing a paver driveway and staining a concrete patio, including installing wood lattice and building a fire pit.

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Danny Lipford preparing soil for paver driveway.

Paver Driveway and Concrete Patio Project, Part 1

See how to install a paver driveway and stain a concrete patio to improve your yard. Watch this video to find out more.

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Easy Outdoor Enhancements for Your Home

From laying a paver walk or drive to cleaning and staining a concrete patio or porch, this is a great time to get outside to enhance and improve your outdoor living space. Read on to find out more.

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Pouring boiling water on weeds in a gravel driveway.

Killing Weeds Naturally in a Gravel Walk or Driveway

Watch this video for tips on how to kill weeds in a gravel walk or driveway without herbicides using common household items.

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Danny Lipford by brick steps with pump up sprayer to apply chemical deicer.

Removing Ice from Walks and Steps

Ice can cause walkways and steps around your home to become extremely slippery and dangerous. Watch this video for tips on how to use deicers and anti-icers to remove ice and prevent it from forming.

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Filling cracks in asphalt driveway with crack filler.

Repairing Cracks in an Asphalt Driveway

Cracks in an asphalt driveway need to be repaired to prevent rainwater from seeping through and causing further damage. Watch this video to find out how to repair your driveway.

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Cracks in a concrete driveway

Importance of Repairing Cracks in a Concrete Driveway

Cracks in concrete driveways need to be sealed with a concrete repair caulk to prevent further damage. Watch this video to find out more.

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