Chipseal

 Chip seal driveways are an alternative to paving with traditional asphalt or concrete. In essence, it uses the tar binder from asphalt to hold different types of stone and gravel in place. 

Chipseals are constructed by evenly distributing a thin base of hot tar, bitumen or asphalt onto an existing pavement and then embedding finely graded aggregate into it. The aggregate is evenly distributed over the hot seal spray, then rolled into the bitumen using a roller.

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