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Your plan is great but I will put maybe another inch of crushed concrete (or the shale, depending on which is cheaper). The bottom line is that you want to create what we call ‘watershed’. If the driveway is higher than the soil around it, the water will flow off the driveway and you will have much less trouble.
Shale Driveway Cost. Crushed shale driveways cost $28 to $85 per cubic yard, depending on the size of the rocks. It’s $1 to $3.15 per cubic foot, which is $19.72 to $60 per ton. If you want a stone that looks similar but is more durable, consider getting slate chips instead.
In addition to the gravel, you’ll need a base layer of crushed stone in order to add support and promote healthy drainage. For a rectangular driveway, you’ll need to multiply the length x the width x the depth of the project area to learn how many cubic yards of crushed stone and gravel you’ll require. Typically, you’ll want 3 different