Many councils and authorities are leaning towards resin bound paving as their choice of surfacing for numerous reasons. Not only dose resin bound look great compared to dull old tarmac and concrete which in our eyes is the main selling point, but the product is environmentally friendly and fully porous which makes it suds compliant.
There are different systems available when it comes to resin bound paving. The most popular option of conventional resin bound which is natural and locally sourced aggregates mixed with a UVR resin to keep the colour looking sharp and PREVENTS COLOUR FADING which is then hand troweled to give a stunning, seamless finish. for more information (Click Here)
Next, there is the option for a 50% recycled rubber to 50% 6mm natural aggregate, and resin mix, the recycled rubber itself is jet black, but by adding natural aggregate to the mix, we can bring colour to the surface. Unlike other resin bound products, this system can utilise a recycled car tyre sub-base which will save money on sub bases and delivering even more environmental benefits that's good for everyone.
Resin Bound is ideal for, Carparks, Roads, Driveways, Paths Tree pits, footpaths, woodland trails, jogging paths, pedestrian areas, cycle tracks, equestrian centres, drainage channels, golf courses, pool surrounds, roof gardens, boat decks, river embankment stabilisation, playground circulation areas and much more, for more information (Click Here)
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Our teams are equipped for working on large areas such as carparks, Private roads, Housing estates, High pedestrian areas such as footpaths and footbridges etc. Our resin bound installers can easily install 450sq.meters in one working day, and even more, if required. Our teams regularly work on a subcontract basis for some of the largest resin bound supply companies in Europe.
Resin Install has a range of resin bound systems suitable for commercial schemes and projects that require a more natural looking aggregate finish. Our methods can be applied to a concrete or asphalt/tarmac bases or Mot for recycled rubber and stone bound.
Our expert resin bound installation teams are fully trained in all aspects of health and safety and carry CSCS certification. At Resin Install we can also offer a complete groundworks package if required,
Strength: The load-bearing strength of the underlying layer (usually composed of tarmac or concrete) means that resin bound surfacing is perfect for large traffic areas such as car parks, private roads, and public walkways.
Fast setting time: When the public is relying on a surface to be ready within a short time frame, it’s essential that surfacing can be installed and available to use promptly. Resin bound surfacing boasts a rapid setting time and is normally ready to be used by the next day.
Attractive looks: The charming appearance of natural stone is far more eye-catching than the dull greyness of concrete or tarmac. And with a variety of stone colours available, it’s easy to find the right shades to suit a surface and its use.
No-Fading: Unlike tarmac that loses its jet back colour after a few years and starts to look worn and tired unless a new seal coat is added. resin bound keeps its colour for over 15 years with a yearly power wash. The polyurethane resins used protects the stone from UV degradation, so your new surface will continue to look brand new.
Non-slip: In high traffic areas, of both drivers and walkers, it’s important that a suitable grip is obtainable in icy weather. The stone texture of resin bound surfacing offers excellent friction to keep the public safe when travelling across it.
Porous - SuDs compliant: Water can easily seep through the stone matrix of a resin bound surface, which helps deter flooding. It also has the advantage of allowing easy passage of water to plant roots, allowing them to flourish and grow even when surrounded by the stone surfacing.
What does the UK Government say?
You will not need planning permission if a new or replacement driveway of any size uses permeable (or porous) surfacing which allows water to drain through, such as gravel, permeable concrete block paving or porous asphalt, or if the rainwater is directed to a lawn or border to drain naturally.”
If the surface to be covered is more than five square metres planning permission will be needed for laying traditional, impermeable surfaces that do not provide for the water to run to a permeable area”
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We are Installers of Resin drives, Paths and patios, Wet pour and rubber mulch for properties across Lancashire, Manchester, Merseyside, Yorkshire, Cheshire and beyond. Resin Bound Driveways. Low Maintenance, High-Quality Resin Surfaces, Free Quotes. Trade and Public Welcome 0800 7723586 / 01254 492043