Paved or Stabilized Yard - Picture with Definition
Paved or Stabilized Yard has many uses. It can be used to store inventory - pipe and other items that can withstand the elements - as shown in the attached photo. It can even be used to display inventory, as in the case of processed stone used for countertops. It is also often used as a place to park trucks and trailers, empty and loaded. With proper security, gating and fencing, it can be a reasonably secure place to store these things.
Overall, the design and installation of any reliable form of stabilization is very expensive, and tends to be time consuming when factoring in engineering and the meeting of local requirements for drainage and stormwater retention. Consequently, paying a premium for a property with an existing surfaced yard can be worthwhile. It is a common mistake to assume you can quickly and inexpensively just add stabilized yard using crushed concrete. Your locality may or may not require it, but you would do well to research whether or not these items - drainage and stormwater retention - are required for your area. Another restriction we’re seeing much more often in our area is ordinances to control dust, which can rule out the less expensive forms of stabilization.
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