if its your own home, wait til spring & get some work done on it,,, IF its a rental, close your eyes
ALL short sale houses are neglected - IF the owners had the $$$, they wouldn't be losing their homes,,, this place has been neglected for years,,, short term, get some GABC & fill the holes then compact it,,, make certain the slope allows water to runoff & NOT seep into the ground.
there's plenty of dirt driveways up there that still work well
Originally Posted by oh'mike
You should be fine for the winter---there should be a deep gravel base under that bad asphalt-
-so getting stuck in a mud hole is unlikely.
If you feel something must be done---call the local gravel/stone quarry and
order a load of 'fines' or 'limestone screenings'
This is a fine mix that is easy to spread out by hand and
sticks well enough to get you through the winter.
Originally Posted by creeper
No offence intended, but you've obviously been too pampered. There is nothing worrisome about that driveway. If you are planning on re surfacing it,
I wouldn't spend a cent on it now.
Sorry... I guess I overreacted a bit
I will leave it the way it is, and will re-do the entire thing next.
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