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What is the recommended thickness of aggregate base needed to construct a standard concrete driveway?

0-2 inches
13%
2-4 inches
38%
4-6 inches
38%
6-8 inches
4%
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Question: What is the recommended thickness of aggregate base needed to construct a standard concrete driveway?
Top Answer (38% of 44 votes): 2-4 inches.

Answer: 0-2 inches
Explanation: Standard code
RP Enterprises
Answer: 2-4 inches
Explanation: 2 to 8 inches of crushed rock should be used as subgrade material, depending on the degree of expansiveness.
COMMON SENSE FLOORING, INC.
Answer: 4-6 inches
Explanation: usually 4 is ok
RAMOS CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
ProMatcher
Answer: 0-2 inches
Explanation: Thickness required depending on condition of surface being poured on.
BAT Concrete llc
Answer: 2-4 inches
Explanation: Do what's necessary
Phoenix concrete services inc.
Answer: 2-4 inches
Explanation: It depends on the soil properties below.
QUALITY CONTRACTORS
ProMatcher
Answer: 0-2 inches
Explanation: 2 inches is recommended
alvaradomasonry
Answer: 4-6 inches
Explanation: A good base is as important as the thickness of the concrete because that is what supports the concrete.
Concrete services
Answer: 4-6 inches
Explanation: A base is usually used for drainage, uniformity, or leveling off the area in most residential cases.
Black Dirt Services LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-6 inches
Explanation: This is as per code requires
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