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I am getting ready to bust up my old concrete driveway and use the "urbanite" to create pathways and such. My question is...what should I use to replace the concrete? It is a double driveway in Central Phoenix in a historic neighborhood. I am lazy when it comes to removing weeds so I would like something that is impermeable to them. I do not know anything about asphalt or gravel or any other substrate. I do not want to replace with concrete. Happy to take any suggestions. Thanks!

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Comment by John Carter on May 1, 2013 at 4:31pm

How did this project go?  I too would like to get rid of a concrete driveway in central phoenix

Comment by Pam Rawlins on June 9, 2010 at 5:08pm
One thing you may want to look into is a product called Stabilizer..... it is a crushed granite that is made for driveways, etc. Used extensively for the base running areas at the commerical ball parks. It is manufactured here, and weeds don't grow up through it. stabilizersolutions.com

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