Resin Bound Paving Installation
We commonly carry out resin bound paving installation as porous stone surfacing has proved to be one of the most popular products in our range. The product is perfect for a whole host of different facilities, due to its decorative appearance and permeable properties. The way that the resin-bound system is designed ensures that water can easily pass through the paving without puddling on the surface. This makes the resin-bound Q23 225 specification compliant with Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) as it helps to prevent flooding. Because of this we highly recommend that you look into this product when having any outdoor pathways, driveways or tree surrounds installed within urban areas near houses or other buildings.
Installing Resin Bound
When it comes to installing resin bound, the process is a relatively quick and simple job. We use completely natural aggregate that is evenly mixed with a specialist resin until each piece of stone is fully coated. We will then install this mixture onto a suitable sub base. This would traditionally be a macadam or concrete surface as it’s the most durable and smooth for this type of installation. Find out more on resin bound vs resin bonded gravel if you are unsure of the difference between these two specifications.
If the existing area is already macadam or concrete, this will usually be suitable as a sub base. We can complete the resin bound paving installation without the need for installing a new one. We then pour the resin-bound aggregate mixture over the chosen area and screed it to the required depth. This gives the final product a smooth and even finish, ensuring that cars and people going over the facility won’t experience any bumps or inconsistencies.
Our team would be more than happy to offer you more information on the installation of resin-bound paving and the process that is undertaken. Simply complete the contact form provided on this page and we will respond at the earliest opportunity.
Resin Bound Surface Contractors
When looking into having decorative outdoor surfacing installed at your home or work place, ensure that you look for the best resin-bound surface contractors. It’s imperative that you go to a installation company that has years of experience and the relevant accreditations to install the product. We want to make sure that each of our clients gets the perfect outdoor surface, whether it’s for a driveway, garden, path or pool surround. This is why we will talk you through the various specifications that we offer to ensure that the project suits your budget and design requirements.
You can have the resin bound surface installed from a range of different coloured stones to help create a unique finish. The nature of the product means it is flexible when installed and can be made to fit around any existing surfacing you have in the same area, for example artificial lawn grass in a garden. We believe that it’s essential that all of our clients get their ideal surface. So with a great range of different coloured stones from reds, to blues and more traditional stone colours we believe we can do just that.
If you would like to discuss a resin-bound gravel outdoor paving project with us, please feel free to use our contact form and send us over the details of what you’re looking to have installed. A member of our team shall reply back to you with some products sheets and details of prices, designs and specifications for the resin bound paving installation.
Decorative Surface Construction
Due to the nature of resin bound paving installation process the shapes and sizes of jobs that you can conduct have very few limits, meaning you can have tree pits or pool surrounds installed easily and hassle free. A popular use for this type of stone paving is decorative pathway surfaces at parks, residential areas and leisure facilities as the specification can withstand heavy pedestrian use. The product by nature is an incredibly durable surface type, however over time the facility may require maintenance and cleaning.
This maintenance can include occasional jet washing to remove any deep seated dirt or moss, brushing the facility regularly can help stop any long term issues occurring that could lead to expensive and time consuming solutions. As specialist resin-bound surface contractors we can carry out this maintenance for you or offer advice on how you can do it yourself.
The decorative surface construction can be done in a timely manner; our team will carry out the installations to a top standard to ensure you get the best decorative paving. We are able to alter our specifications and installations to meet your individual needs and requirements, so please do not hesitate to contact us with details on what you want.
How is Resin Bound Installed?
A number of different natural stones are used for resin-bound stone flooring. We mix natural stone aggregate with polyurethane resin, giving a level, tough, porous, stylish surface. Resin-bound stone is low-maintenance and it is also resistant against cracks. Usually a resin-bound paving set up would be carried out having a macadam sub-base because this provides the best durable, permeable qualities.
Once the appropriate sub base is laid the resin is mixed with the stone aggregate. This is then screeded onto the surface and trowelled to create a smooth even layer to the required depth. Resin-bound stone needs to be left for four hours to cure and set correctly.
Resin-bound gravel floors can be used in numerous places like pathways, drive ways and the general public locations. Wheelchairs and trolleys can roll easily on the surface due to the smooth structure; the permeable properties of the surfacing also help to prevent the area holding water. To keep the gravel appearing its very best, regular resin stone maintenance ought to be performed on the surface.
Get In Touch
Simply fill in the quick contact form to give us some information about what you need. It would also be helpful if you could give a rough idea of your budget. One of our experienced team members will be able to get back to you with detailed product sheets on resin bound gravel.
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