An asphalt driveway often looks a little ragged around the edges, especially after a season's worth of snow, salt, and shoveling. Adding a neat row of Belgian block stones to each side will boost its curb appeal (no pun intended) while also providing a clear visual aid as you back out or pull in. As This Old House senior technical editor Mark Powers demonstrates, installing the blocks requires just a few basic tools and a rented saw for cutting through the asphalt. (A little muscle for lifting the blocks helps too.) Plant colorful flowers beside the edging when the weather warms up and you'll love how this project makes your whole front yard feel more spiffy. Shown: 11x7x4 Belgian block stones, around $4 per block at stone yards. Using a concrete saw, cut the asphalt along the chalk line.
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Don't bother trying to hold the saw level; instead, let it sit on the asphalt and rock it forward to cut one small section at a time. To keep dust down, attach a hose to the fitting on the saw and run water through it as you cut, or have a helper hose down the asphalt in front of the blade while you're working. Repeat all steps for the other side of the driveway. 3ds Emulator For Windows 8.
Tip: Don't let the saw penetrate the base course or soil under the asphalt, as this will dull the blade. Asphalt drives are usually 3 to 4 inches thick; gauge yours as you work so that your cuts don't go too deep.