Pathway Materials
Paths

Pathway Materials

GRAVEL This is the commonest form of utility path, as it is comparatively cheap and, if kept in good condition, long lived. A thorough preparation of the foundation is essential and it should be rolled periodically. It has the disadvantage of becoming weedy, unless it is continually treated with weed killer, and is inclined to…

How To Build Paths
Paths

How To Build Paths

Gravel paths and driveways 1. Set out the site with string lines and pegs. 2. Dig foundations to a depth of about 6 in. (or 15 cm). 3. Level off the base of the site and roll. 4. Hardcore, broken stone or clean brick rubble can be used to provide a firm base. Compact 4…