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Old 09-10-2019, 04:00 PM   #1
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Default First slab poured

21' wide x 20' long. 3 more pours to go.

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Looking good. Wish my driveway was cemented, but I'd need one 20x60 feet and I'm sure that would cost a fortune.
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Looking good. Wish my driveway was cemented, but I'd need one 20x60 feet and I'm sure that would cost a fortune.
Mine would be 20 x 120 ft.

I'm putting down 2" of crusher fines over the AB before winter, though. That stuff hardens up almost like concrete, especially when put over gravel, but allows water to pass through.
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Looks like your neighbors across the street are contemplating a concrete driveway, now.
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That's a big one all right. Are you going to seal it, paint it or leave it like that? I ask because pressure cleaning a large area like that is a lot of work, I have to do it every year on the pool area and it's a Kool Deck surface, not even concrete.
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My driveway is 21'x76' The contractor applied the curing sealer as soon as they could get on it. I'll apply a new sealer next spring.
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I’d like to do that to my drive
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My driveway is 21'x76' The contractor applied the curing sealer as soon as they could get on it. I'll apply a new sealer next spring.
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Neighbors cross the street are out braggin' about all the drive ways they poured in their past

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Flashy, I accidentally deleted your post when I was trying to answer you.

The contractor will saw crack control joints after the job is done. I'm guessing he will wait a few days for the concrete to get hard enough to withstand flaking at the saw cut.
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That's a big 'un. Now you can play bassetball and roller blade right there in your own driveway.
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