Resin triumphs over cement anytime, thanks to its friendliness to the natural environment. The surface is extremely cosmetic, not to mention the prominent kerb appeal. Also, forget about small pools and slippages since resin is porous enough to allow water drain through its finished material. This keeps it certified to the Sustainable Urban Drainage System regulations (SUDs) and with that, you don’t need any special permission to build resin bound driveways. What’s a lot more special about this material is that it has anti-slip abilities and it’s resistant to weed. This cuts down the upkeep cost to practically nothing.
To name a few factors that make our overall bound systems special is the fact they are all totally porous not just to water but air as well. Our binder skim coat system is also permeable and so when we lay the resin bound surface over that, the result is a sustainable urban drainage system. Typically, you ‘d require a planning permission to create such a solid landscape however ours is the exception.
Expect a smooth and seamless surface ideal for various applications consisting of cycles and cars and trucks. Not to mention that it’s friendly for children and the disabled too.
Resin bound surface areas can endure cars and also pedestrians and will remain strong. However, for how long the surface area lasts may depend upon the design and specification you choose.
With this sort of surface area, there’s a choice to make use of either single or multiple colour choices in customising the borders, patterns, shapes and curves. Whether it’s a natural or ornamental look or you are seeking to have the area designed to match your surroundings, this area is versatile enough to accommodate your dreams.
Preserving a resin bound surface is as basic as occasionally sweeping it and in some cases jet washing it to get rid of the dirt. Besides that, anticipate no puddles, molds or weeds.
Why is Resin better than Concrete, Tarmac & Block-Paving?
Durable and can endure tough use
Even smooth finishing and devoid of loose stones
Clean building process
Resistant to weed, mould, and discoloration
More environmentally-friendly than cement
Good traction that is ideal for both cars and pedestrians
Can be personalised to your taste
What Makes Our Resin Bound Surfaces Outstanding?
We understand that image matters a lot and that’s why we combine beautiful looks with our fully porous resin bound driveways to produce a hard wearing surface area that abides by the SuDs legislation.
Remember that our resin bound area beats cement, loose gravel and brick any time on all fronts. This incorporates the visual aspect, efficiency and more significantly, the ability to stand up to years of tough use. We can as well lay it over a new base, be it cement or asphalt driveways. And this can simply imply something: quicker installation with minimal to no mess.
We provide you with the choice to choose from our multiple texture and colour choices that you feel sync well with your surroundings. We make every effort to guarantee our collection is diverse enough to match your various particular needs so that you can stand out from everyone else.
Also worth mentioning is that the resin is made right here in the UK and from natural aggregate. Whether your home driveway is old or new, a natural stone resin driveway makes sure to leave you with an improvement you will like to see all your life.
3 Important Benefits of natural stone resin driveways
As soon as you have this type of driveway set up, it will be years before you might experience splitting, discoloration, frost damage or UV degradation.
No more loosened stones
The level of smoothness in resin driveways combined with the available surface makes it stone-free and therefore ideal for those who aim to walking on it with bare feet. It also synchronises in well with nearby lawn spaces.
Resin bound surfaces have the capability to keep away weeds and molds, not to mention puddles and slippages. And to look after it, all you need to do is to sweep it sometimes and power clean it to get rid of the dirt and keep it looking new.
No planning permission
In a legislation enacted in 2008, it’s very clear that you don’t require any planning permission on 2 bases. First, if the surface area in question is no more than 5 square meters and 2nd, if the surface area you plan to set up is permeable. Resin bound surfaces fulfill the 2nd condition and therefore you don’t require any permission to install them.