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What is Resin Bound Gravel?

Resin bound gravel is made from mixing stone aggregate with a polyurethane resin and pouring and screeding over a prepared sub base to the correct depth.

 

Resin bound stone is both hard wearing and aesthetically pleasing to look at. It can be laid onto new surfaces or tarmac or concrete or to save expense over old existing layers if they meet requirements. This is a great way to revamp an old driveway, patio or path.

 

With many years experience in the industry, Soft Surfaces are often asked what resin bound gravel is and if it is something they could benefit from.

 

Resin Bound Gravel Explained

Please watch the following video for more information on resin bound stone and what areas this is suitable for.

Please see transcription below:

 

00:00 Hey guys it’s Dan from Soft Surfaces here and today we’re going to be explaining what resin bonded gravel is.

 

00:05 So, resin bonded gravel can be used in car parks, driveways, walkways, and many other open spaces, and it’s not to be mistaken with resin bound gravel, which you can see in this video here.

 

00:14 Resin bonded gravel is a nonporous scatter system that takes the appearance of natural stone. This should be applied onto either macadam or concrete surfaces, so bear that in mind.

 

00:25 It’s available in many different colors and specifications, so whatever your needs or your budget, we’re more than happy to help you with an enquiry.

 

00:32 We have over 20 years experience installing these services, so we feel like we’re the right company to come to if you’re looking to have resin bonded gravel installed. For more information about this, please feel free to visit us at www.softsurfaces.co.uk.

 

What is Resin Bound Gravel
Resin Bound Gravel Surface Installation

 

For more information on resin bound gravel surfaces including specifications, prices and designs, please get in touch today and a member of our team will be happy to assist you on this.

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