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Post from: September 2016

Property for Sale

Property for Sale

This is a GB Group investment property, and we plan to be doing more in the future. This home in Wilson Park started as 1400 SF split level home with a single car garage. It is now a four bedroom, 2650 Sf home, with a two car garage. We went for a modern design and feel, both outside and inside the house. The large Anderson wood windows and doors throughout the home add a high level finish. The large master suite was part of the square footage we added onto the home, and features a walk in closet, patio access, and large master bath. All of it combines for a comfortable and unique master suite. Real hardwood floors run throughout most of all the home. Custom cabinets and quartz counter tops will carry throughout the home. If you are interested in purchasing, you can still help customize many finishes of this great home. Call us with questions and inquiries. 479.464.7336

 

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What are the different material options I have for my driveway?

What are the different material options I have for my driveway?

I have had many people ask lately about the different options and cost of driveway materials. Here are the main three:

1.  The least expensive is gravel driveways.

You can spice this up by picking different stones. I would encourage you to use a black landscape fabric under the gravel and some sort of edge. This will keep the gravel in, and the weeds out. 

 

2. Next is typically concrete.

I say typically because after your driveway gets to be over 300’ long or so, asphalt starts to compete when it comes to pricing. A concrete drive should be no smaller that 9’ wide. If you are wanting your driveway to allow two cars to pass side by side without running off, the driveway needs to be a minimum of 20’ wide. Make sure you add expansion joints every 10-12 feet so that the concrete has release points. A wise man told me once: “I can promise you two things about concrete: It will get hard, and it will crack.” Expansion joints tell the concrete where to crack, if and when it does. Concrete will last longer than asphalt.

 

3. Third is asphalt.

Due to all the equipment that it takes to lay asphalt, like I said above, you have to make it worth the while to lay it. The drive needs to be longer. Once the crew is there, they can lay tons of asphalt in a day, and you can drive on the asphalt almost immediately. 

 

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