Rural Road Maintenance

While most land owners don't want to spend a lot of money on building roads, we don't want to spend a lot on road maintenance either.  According to an article published by the Auburn University Extension Service, rural road maintenance should be evaluated in four areas to minimize both time and money spent 1.  Road surface maintenance - This depends on whether the road surface consists of its native soil (typically dirt or sand) or if it has a layer of gravel or rock on it.  Dirt roads are usually adequate unless water and/or traffic over … [Read more...]