Guide on Laying a Crushed Limestone Driveway [Infographic]

Less expensive than an asphalt or concrete driveway, crushed limestone is often a popular method of material to lay as it is also quite aesthetically pleasing. The process involves excavating the existing soil, laying a base of road base or sand, and then topping it with crushed limestone.

To do this yourself, all you need is access to a skid-steer loader with a scraper attachment, or small bulldozer – both available to rent. Here we provide a step-by-step guide to installing your very own crushed limestone driveway.