Inexpensive & Beautiful
A Stone & Oil driveway is a low-cost alternative to asphalt, offering a more solid surface than plain gravel.
Easy to Maintain
There really is no regular maintenance required of a tar-and-chip driveway. Unlike asphalt, it doesn’t have to be sealed regularly.
How is an Oil & Stone Driveway Installed?
Building a tar-and-chip driveway is a pretty simple process.
If it’s a brand new driveway, a gravel base is installed and rolled.
Then, hot oil is poured over the gravel.
This is followed by a coating of loose stones, which are rolled into the base to form the finish surface.
Tar-and-chip can be installed over an existing driveway, provided it's in reasonably good shape.
Lawn Care & Property Maintenance
- Aerating / Overseeding
- Garden Design & Planting
- Bark Blowing
- Fence Solutions & Installation
- New Lawn Installations
(Sod & Hydroseeding)
- Top Soil
- Routine Maintenance (Mowing & Weeding)
- Shrub Maintenance
- Snow Removal
- Spring / Fall Cleanup
Paving & Sealing
- Driveway Paving and Sealing
- Private Roads
- Golf Courses / Cart Paths
Masonry & Stonework
- Belgium Block Work
- Drainage & Erosion Control
- Poolside Patio Design
- Stone / Paver Patios, Walkways & Walls
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126 ARDMORE STREET
FAIRFIELD, CT 06824
Let Us Bring Your Vision to Life
Spending more time in your yard this summer? Contact us today so we can help get your yard ready.