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We are about to hire a landscaper to complete our home renovations. However, nonen of the people we are considering hiring do work on driveways. We need some advice and some estimates as to how and when to replace (or something else?) our driveway.
The house is about 50 years old, and it is the original driveway. Landscaping plans include low allen block retaining walls near the bottom, and paths that come off the driveway on either side at the top. We want to ensure that the finished result (driveway and landscaping) all looks nice, and that nobody gets in anybody else's way. That is, we don't want to do the landscaping, then find we have to have some of it torn out to do the driveway. And, of course, we don't want to do the driveway then have it chewed up by the landscapers. We are hoping to complete both projects this fall.
The driveway is one lane across and approximately twenty-five feet long. The carport concrete has a couple of minor cracks, but is fine. Pics of the driveway and a pdf of the landscaping plans available upon request.
Need a new retaining wall and driveway repairs. The current retaining wall was constructed of railway ties and are failing and/or falling into the driveway. The height of the wall averages approximately 3 feet (it varies form a low of 1.5 feet to almost 4 feet) and the length of the driveway along which it is located is approximately 40 feet. There is a cedar hedge that was planted along the back edge of the wall which has contributed to the wall failure and may need to be removed (unless they can be saved and replaced further away from the wall). The material for replacement of the wall should probably be concrete but I'm open to suggestions.
There are three other walls (also around the driveway) which should also be replaced, but the immediate concern is the one which abuts the neighbour's property.
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