Sep 10, 2018 9:48 pm
So our build is hopefully coming to an end and i have started thinking about packing up our rental ready to move.
We won’t have any landscaping/driveway done when this happens. What do people generally put down over the soil to try and stop walking through it when moving in and until you have a path?
Re: Moving in with no concrete paths/driveway2
Sep 13, 2018 2:58 pm
Crushed rock? That is what I have with my build down in Victoria. It was actually laid down due to the requirements for all weather access however due to the difficulty of finding good and reliable concreters, it might need to serve as my "footpath" for a good 6 months or more.
Re: Moving in with no concrete paths/driveway3
Sep 13, 2018 5:40 pm
we moved in without paving
after the first winter, my wifes car was slipping around so much it ended up under the verandah
could not get a concreter to even quote 6.5m x 19m so a good job for someone
ended up getting crushed rock
never did get around to getting concrete
25 years later new owners 4 times on still have crushed rock but a different colour
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