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This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a homeowner solve a driveway drainage dilemma
This Old House mason Mark McCullough helps a homeowner fix her driveway to make it safer and increase curb appeal.
Mason Mark McCullough helps a homeowner handle a sinking drywell forming a major depression in their driveway.
Long winters can be unbearable, especially if it means removing snow from your driveway several times a week. Heated driveway systems come in various forms and make winter easier, melting snow as it falls. But what are the options and how much do they cost?
Ask This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook uses grass pavers to transform a patch of grass into a lawn a homeowner can drive on
Learn how to repair cracks in your concrete or asphalt driveway or how to replace them entirely with other surface options.
Ask This Old House landscaping contractor Roger Cook teaches a homeowner how to fill a pothole in an asphalt driveway to make it safe.
Mason Mark McCullough gives a basic overview of a few different ways to de-ice walkways and driveways during the winter, and how those deicers impact different types of masonry.
Update your patio, build a new walkway, or install a fire pit for yard that’s perfect for summer shindigs.
Make slippery surfaces safer in winter with 4 chemical-free products.
Adding a neat row of Belgian block stones to each side of an asphalt driveway will boost its curb appeal while also providing a clear visual aid as you back out or pull in. Here’s how to install one.
A step-by-step guide to lighting the driveway with outdoor garage light fixtures with a motion sensor.
Driveway sealcoating creates a membrane that protects the concrete or other substrate from the damaging effects of the sun, gasoline, rock salt, oil, and ice. Read this guide for tips on the best sealers to use, and how to seal a driveway to maximally preserve its structure and appearance.
Use handy paver mats made of concrete cobblestones to give your driveway some old-world charm.
More eco friendly than asphalt or concrete, permeable driveway pavers minimize runoff that can pollute waterways.
Prevent ice on your driveways, sidewalks, and steps by pretreating. It’s better for your pets’ paws, too!
It’s possible to prevent ice buildup—without the mess, and without harm to pets, property, or environment.
Install a driveway that drains water away by using pavers above gravel layers
Ask This Old House master electrician Scott Caron installs ultra-thin, LED lights on a garage to replace a broken floodlight.
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shares tips for safely clearing snow from driveways and walkways.
Use a chip seal paving technique to get a classic driveway look that stands up to plowing and doesn't require annual raking and replenishment
Stock lumber and some creative cutting yield a charming new landmark
When it's time for a new driveway or poolside patio, this easy-to-install option is tough, cost-effective, and surprisingly handsome. The TOH experts show you how to choose well for your next project
Handy tips for avoiding damage to your driveway when you're shoveling snow
Porous alternatives to asphalt divert rainwater runoff from overworked sewers—and look nicer
In this how-to video, This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows the steps to creating a durable, stain-resistant garage floor