Maintain Your Gravel Driveways, Lots, and Roads with Ease
Grading your gravel driveway, roads, and lots shouldn’t be difficult or time consuming. And it should be done right so you aren’t back out there a few days later. While gravel does take some routine maintenance, even that can be a hassle-free chore with the best gravel grader for your needs. At ABI, we make gravel grading equipment built to last and engineered to get tough gravel work done with aggressive efficiency.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Compacted gravel causes people to prematurely put down new gravel. Before purchasing new gravel, bring to the surface the gravel you already have. But you won’t know how much new gravel you really need until you know how much you already have.
Decompacting the base of a pothole is the only way to ensure it doesn’t come back as soon as you get rain. Save yourself the hand work by using a gravel grading implement that can rip up your potholes from top to bottom.
Creating a crown or slope in your gravel driveway will help prevent puddling and washout. You can avoid flooding by directing the drainage.
1. Get the right gravel grading implement. With a tool built for gravel roads, driveways, and lots, all you need to do is hop on your tow vehicle and drive.
2. Figure out where your water is going to go. Proper drainage is key to avoiding flooding and wash out.
3. Decompact your gravel regularly to avoid potholes and to keep you gravel well-mixed.