Although it may seem like a daunting task, concrete driveway installation can be simple to master when the correct planning goes into the task. The more you plan for anything that can go wrong, the easier it will be to have things go correctly.
One of the most important tasks for the beginning of a driveway installation is to ensure the area is clear of anything that can affect the end result. This means clearing the pathway of any debris, removing any weeds from the area, or addressing any other concerns with the surface.
If there is currently a paved surface in the driveway, the best way to go about removing it is to use a jackhammer and hit the weakest point. This could mean a preexisting crack or a part of the driveway that is more sunk in than the rest.
Next would be leveling the surface. Shift and move the dirt around the area to give oneself the levelest area to begin working on. Failure to do so may greatly impact the end result.
If there is a preexisting paved surface, such as a sidewalk or garage, it is important to put a buffer between it and the area being worked on. The soft buffer will help absorb the movement.
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