Unilock Stone Driveway
When it comes to enhancing the beauty and functionality of your outdoor space, Unilock stones are a popular option. With their durability, versatility, and aesthetic appeal, Unilock stones can transform your outdoor space into a stunning oasis. However, to ensure the longevity and stability of your Unilock stone installation, it's crucial to choose the right type of base. While there are various options available, such as crushed stone or gravel, have you considered using a concrete base? In their recent study, G.H. Erickson & Son compared the advantages of using a concrete base for Unilock stone installation to other base types. The results were surprising and may change the way you approach your next outdoor project. Concrete bases not only provide a stable foundation for your stones but also offer long-term durability, resistance to shifting and settling, and improved drainage compared to other base types. Read on to learn more about the benefits of using a concrete base for your Unilock stone installation and how it can enhance the longevity and beauty of your outdoor space.
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