Paving & Concreting
Feb 22, 2012 1:12 pm
Hi, I have a very wide driveway of approx 72m2.
I was thinking about doing what I think is a charcoal coloured pebblecrete and boardering it with pavers. See picture:
Or I was thinking about a charcoal/gunmetal concrete driveway with the colour through it.
I am in NW Sydney. Any ideas of what I could expect in cost for each option and does anyone have any recommendations?
Building the Kenthurst
Re: Costs for driveway for pebblecrete or coloured concrete?2
May 13, 2012 8:20 pm
With colour, your grano worker will use oxide. It won't penetrate through the whole thickness of the drive, just the top 30 - 60 mm. The oxide is applied after the concrete is screeded, but before it goes off.
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