Decomposed granite can be a great material for use in areas that have heavy foot traffic.
Decomposed granite is also much better at absorbing moisture than traditional gravel so it will help prevent puddles from forming on your patio or outdoor setting around swimming pools, hot tubs and other water features.
If you are looking for an alternative to natural stone like concrete brick pavers then decomposed granite could be worth checking out because this type of surface has more texture than those types of paving materials often do – making them easier on the feet!
How to choose your Decomposed Granite:
There are a couple of different things you need to decide before making your purchase. The first thing is what colour will work best for the space? You can choose from red, brown or black and if it’s being used in an area that doesn’t get too much sun then texture isn’t so important – but if there is going to be a lot of foot traffic on the path then choosing one with more texture would be ideal as this will make it easier on those who walk across them.
The next decision is whether you want decomposed granite that has been dyed or not because dyes often wear off over time. You may also like considering some other options such as acid-etched, polished, textured and stamped.
There are a few more things to consider when choosing your decomposed granite such as what size pieces you want it in; whether the surface should be flat or if there is patterning that needs to show on top of it – this could include mosaic tile patterns for example.
The final thing before purchase will be cost: prices vary depending upon supplier but they are usually cheaper than other types of paving because there is no need to import them from abroad which means less transportation costs too!
When creating a garden path with this material, there are some key considerations you should keep in mind. Firstly, you need to ensure that the surface is hard enough for people to walk on without it becoming muddy and slippery.
Another common use for decomposed granite is for driveways. This material is a cheaper option than concrete, but it does require more upkeep as it needs to be maintained and resealed every three years.
The main downside of using decomposed granite for paths or driveways is that it’s not as durable. It can crumble over time, so you will have to spend more money on upkeep and maintenance if you want your path looking fresh!