Stone Driveway Installation

There are many reasons why you might want a stone driveway; perhaps you are tired of your asphalt driveway and are looking for a more rugged or opulent look, or maybe you just want to stand out from the rest of your neighbors.

Whatever the case, Fairfield Masonry has got you covered. As you might already know there are different types of stone driveways;

  • Crushed stone
  • Washed clean stone
  • Yellow gravel/ Jersey shore gravel
  • White marble chips

To give you a better understanding let us give you a summary for each of these. If you need further clarification, feel free to get in touch with us for an overview of the design and building process as well as a free estimate.

Crushed Stone

This is perfect for the homeowner who is looking for the typical gravel look. Even though some people might overlook crushed stone as an option, you should know that it is perfectly suited for the surfacing and the construction of a residential driveway. It usually comprises of gneiss, granite, limestone, or trap rock. This varies depending on the quarry.

Due to the various hues present in crushed stone, this type of stone driveway is much easier to incorporate into different landscaping themes.

Pea Gravel

One of the most popular gravel types is pea gravel. Pea gravel is characterized by its round, smooth, and small appearance.

In addition, pea gravel comes in a variety of colors including red, green, blue, gray, black, white, brown, and tan. The color and texture of the stones means that pea gravel is easy on the eyes not to mention can be fun to work with.

Washed Clean Stone

Very similar to crushed stone in manufacture and composition, washed clean stone does not have any debris as it is thoroughly cleaned and has all impurities removed.

Jersey Shore Gravel

As you might have guessed, Jersey Shore gravel gets its name from the Jersey coastline. The Jersey shore coastline is marked with a stone aggregate that is in various hues of brown, white, tan, gold, and yellow. This type of gravel creates a tranquil landscape while giving off an inviting vibe to your guests.

White Marble Chips

Even though white marble chips are usually used as an alternative to organic mulch, they can also create an ethereal driveway. White marble chips offer plenty of visual interest because despite the name they have streaks of gray.

Get in touch with us to schedule a meeting on what kind of stone driveway is best suited for your landscape.