when everything starts to rot wont it all settle and realy make a mess of your new driveDayBird said:One of the reasons the land we have just bought was a little lower in price than some of the others is that the yard needed to be cleaned up. There was a mobile home on the site before but it's gone now. What was left was all the junk that they tossed out before hooking a truck to the thing and pulling it away. We've burned everything that is burnable from rotten porches to an old chair, rugs and doors. We're now left with some nonburnable items. There are three old window airconditioners, lots of tires and some old, rusted bed springs. Nothing is usuable or salvagable. We couldn't sell any of this stuff and we're going to end up paying someone to haul it away. OR, we could bury it. The land is sloping and we need to fill in to make the driveway more usable. It's just a curve, going down the slope. It is concrete. It's very difficult to turn around and almost impossible to back up the curve, up the hill. We need to make a T. We could pile up all the junk, using the tires to make a retaining wall and bury all the air conditioners and rusted junk under some fill dirt. We'll concrete over the top of that as well.
Does this sound like a good idea or are we asking for trouble with something we can't think of at the moment?