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Top 55 Driveways Projects

  1. 16. Driveway Renovation (00:01:48)

    Greatly enhance your home's curb appeal with a new and improved driveway.

  2. 17. Ordering Base Material (01:50)

    Get how-to tips on ordering base material for paving and concrete projects.

  3. 18. Kid-Safe Rubber Play Pad (00:03:27)

    Sara uses a recycled-rubber play pad that's removable and safe for kids.

  4. 19. How To Transform a Driveway

    Transform a worn-out driveway into a gorgeous entrance, using high-tech pavers, gravel and sod.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  5. 20. Low Voltage Lighting (04:43)

    Install a low-voltage lighting system with tips from a DIY professional.

  6. 21. Helping Out a Historic Home (00:03:52)

    The Riches renovated their historic home's interior -- now for the outside.

  7. 22. Sealing a Driveway (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for sealing an asphalt driveway.

  8. 23. How to Repair and Reseal the Driveway

    Follow these steps to repair and reseal a driveway.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  9. 24. Dean and Derek Go Green- 1 (05:26)

    An environmentally friendly driveway, walkway and garden area are created.

  10. 25. How to Seal a Driveway

    Periodic sealing will keep your asphalt driveway in top condition.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  11. 26. Dean and Derek Go Green- 4 (05:39)

    An environmentally friendly driveway, walkway and garden area are created.

  12. 27. Engaged to a Mess (05:05)

    Before they say "I do," this couple needs to tackle their messy landscape.

  13. 28. Driveway Maintenance (01:10)

    Host Paul Ryan shares a few tips for maintaining a driveway.

  14. 29. Eco Masons (20:01)

    Create a driveway, walkway and garden area using green products.

  15. 30. Auto Oil Stains on Concrete (02:36)

    Take a look at these ideas for removing oil stains from concrete surfaces.

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