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What loose material is best for creating pathways?

Gravel or crushed rock
32%
Peagravel or pebbles
8%
It's a matter of preference
58%
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Question: What loose material is best for creating pathways?
Top Answer (58% of 34 votes): It's a matter of preference.

Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Every project is different and preferences vary there are many voices and good options
Advanced asphalt paving and sealcoating
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Pathways all across America are constructed of many different material types
Duval paving llc
Answer: Gravel or crushed rock
Explanation: Decomposed granite
North Texas Excavation & Concrete
ProMatcher
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Depending on what the customer likes will determine the type of material used
The Asphalt Company
Answer: Peagravel or pebbles
Explanation: If you are looking for a loose meterial pea gravel would be best and can be decorative alsp
Aj and son asphalt specialist
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: It depends on where its going and the clients preference
S&S Paving
ProMatcher
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: All manners of material work well for walkways. Avoid very fine material, fine material may wash out in heavy rain also can be tracked in to home. Stick to 3/8" to 3/4" material for best results.
PC Paving Llc.
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: It totally depends on where the pathway is located.
Sun Coast Concrete Designs & Solutions
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: It depends what the customer likes/ dislikes. Each one of these can be used to create pathways.
Hovarth Concrete Construction
ProMatcher
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Texture, color and composition all factor in type of material to beused.
smartpeoplesolutions
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Depends on the area and foundation type Weather ,
Mega services Llc
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Meet customers prefrences
S7 CONCRETE
ProMatcher
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Crushed gravel is best for high weight traffic as it packs and is less expensive to maintain, while more decorative rock like pea gravel, river stones, and crushed brick offer visual appeal for footpaths.
ASCON Paving
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: There are many choices for pathways and the materials used for them it really comes down to what look or feel are you trying to accomplish.
Hayes Paving
Answer: Peagravel or pebbles
Explanation: Out of the provided materials this is the most suitable for foot traffic.
Pennsylvania Infrared Asphalt Repair
ProMatcher
Answer: Gravel or crushed rock
Explanation: It packs tighter
Henrys asphalt paving llc
Answer: It's a matter of preference
Explanation: Depending on where the path goes, and the full purpose of the path can help determine which type of material is going to be best.
United Paving Company
Answer: Gravel or crushed rock
Explanation: Gravel or crushed rock will not allow movement of the material overtime and will allow you to use the path without tripping or stumbling on larger uneven materials
Greener Touch Landscaping llc
ProMatcher
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