Resin bound surfacing comprises the mixture of aggregates and resin that can be laid over solid surfaces in different colours and designs. It is highly permeable, allowing for easy water flow over the driveway surface and preventing water pools and puddles from forming. In this way, it also sustains adjacent plants and trees, making it an environmentally friendly choice.
We undertake resin driveway construction in West Yorkshire, providing you with the following advantages:
We offer installation services for bespoke resin driveways in the following steps:
We blend gravels and contrasting colours for inlaying patterns, numbers, and logos outside the commercial properties. Our expert installers discuss all the available colours and unlimited design options with you, allowing you to select one that suits your preferences. We offer resin bound surfacing in various colours, including:
As the leading contractors, we offer aftercare and maintenance services for driveways. Our company delivers consistent, premium quality services, which sets us apart. We pride ourselves for:
Get in touch with us to get our services for resin bound driveways in West Yorkshire.
Resin bound surfacing is different from resin bonded surfacing. Resin bound surfacing consists of kiln-dried aggregate with a clear resin, usually polyurethane. It is laid at a 15-20mm thickness by combining the aggregate with resin at the mixing stage.
On the other hand, resin bonded surfacing involves a polyurethane resin layer with aggregate that is dried in a kiln, which is embedded in the resin layer after its application to the surface. This type of surfacing is usually laid at a thickness of 3mm.
Resin bound surfaces are highly permeable, smoother and glossier with a contemporary look. Resin bonded surfaces are non-permeable and have a rougher outlook.
Resin bound pathways are permeable and fulfil the requirements of SUDS (Sustainable Drainage Systems); they do not require planning permission approval.
Resin driveways offer easy maintenance and are easy to clean. All the dust and debris can be removed with regular cleaning and occasional jet washing. Moreover, you should also treat these surfaces for algae treatment periodically to ensure their brand-new look for a longer time, saving expensive repair or replacement costs.
The cost of installing resin driveways depends on different factors, including driveway size, required depth of the aggregate, colour and design, and edging requirements. Typically, this cost varies from £2 to £3 per m2.