• Hometalker
  • Ellenton, FL
Asked on Dec 29, 2018

How do I tile a driveway?



3 answers
  • William
    on Dec 29, 2018

    Unlike a walkway, a driveway is built with heavy weight in mind.

    If the idea of removing your existing driveway and installing a new one is too costly for you, how about cutting out the sections you don't like and integrating new concrete, stamped concrete, bricks or full size pavers (3-1/2" thick) instead? This way, you don't discard otherwise good concrete and you save a ton of money. Of course the cuts have to be tasteful and proportional, with some sort of a design.

    As far as your other options: slate and tiles will crack, thin bricks or pavers will crack as well.

  • Abayomi49
    on Dec 30, 2018

    Get on You Tube and type in paved or concrete driveways! There are some great ideas and instructions.

  • Jewellmartin
    on Dec 30, 2018

    And without a concrete foundation, the tiles or bricks with break and/or sink into the ground with time, surrounded by weeds and grass. 😊

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