top of page
  • Peter

Gooseberry Hill - driveway resurface - flush concrete kerb

The first 4 photos show sections of this worn residential crossover and driveway in the Perth Hills suburb of Gooseberry Hill.

The surface was swept clean after matching concrete kerb was supplied and installed to the crossover edges which had broken away over time.

Potholes were prefilled and the area was tacked with a bitumen emulsion and resurfaced with a 25mm thick layer of 7mm laterite/gravelpave hotmix/asphalt.

Once the area was resurfaced the area was sprinkled with sand to prevent any vehicle tyre scuffing while the asphalt is fresh. The sand will naturally disperse over the following days.

The dark colour of the newly laid surface will lighten over time as it oxidises to create a gravel/terracotta colour.

16 views0 comments


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page