Resin Bound Driveways
Looking for a new driveway?
A resin bound drive is the perfect solution for your home. It’s durable, low-maintenance and environmentally friendly. You can choose from a range of colours to suit your style and it won’t fade or crack in the sun like traditional concrete. We offer free quotes so you know exactly what you’re getting before you commit!
Resin bound driveways are available in many different styles, shapes and sizes – no matter how big or small your property is, we have something that will work perfectly with it. Get started today by contacting us for a free quote!
Contact Chris at C & K Landscaping today to find out more about our resin bound driveways!
Resin bound surfacing is a popular choice for driveways.
It’s durable and reliable, giving you peace of mind that it will last for years to come. But what are some of the other benefits?
What do you need to know about resin bound surfacing before making your decision? Read on to find out!
– Resin bound surfacing is more durable than asphalt, so it will last longer
– It’s a great solution for those who want to blend in with their surroundings – the colour of resin bound surfacing can be matched perfectly to your garden or driveway.
How much do resin bound driveways cost?
Resin driveway installation prices range between £40 and a whopping £70 per m2, depending on the materials used. The average for an install is more around about £60 pounds per square meter of surface area covered with this material.
Resin-bound driveways are generally dearer than block paving, although that does completely depend upon what surface you already have down If you already have a solid, pretty much crack-free surface down then resin-bound will be cheaper than block paving. But they also have a ton of benefits you might not know about! Resin is weed and displacement free so it won’t require any costly maintenance down the line, making resin even more cost effective in the long run.
What is the best base for a resin drive?
Tarmac and concrete are both great choices. If you have an existing tarmac or paved driveway, it can be converted into a Resin bound permeable drive using our unique solution which allows water to penetrate through your paving slabs.
What’s the difference between resin bound and resin bonded?
In summary, a resin bound system delivers a permeable, durable surface, b ut it’s generally a think surface and can crack over time. Resin-bound is what we do here at Wiltshire Driveways because it ensures that there will be no cracks or loose stones in your driveway paving job – guaranteed.
How easy to clean is a resin-bound surface?
You might not know this, but you can pressure wash a resin surface like your driveway or patio. However it’s important to note that while the task seems easy enough, there are many circumstances in which homeowners don’t take care of their surfaces and end up ruining them with too much water (thus making an already expensive service even more costly). So how do we avoid such disasters? Well for starters make sure you’re using just as little power washer soap as possible—too much will cause over-saturation and damage the material!
How long does a resin bound driveway last?
Resin bound paving is a long lasting durable surface that can last for more than 25 years. While guarantees vary between 10 – 21 years, when properly installed and maintained, it requires minimal maintenance: there are no weeds to ‘weed’ or loose stone to sweep.
Resin Bound surfaces are easier to maintain and more low maintenance than block paving, what’s not love about that. Block Paving can be susceptible to weed growth between slabs making it difficult for you when it comes time to clean up the lawn or garden; thankfully resin bound does a better job at keeping weeds out!
The best part is though-you won’t have as much work weeding because they’re less likely of growing through your surface. And if you do happen across some pesky plants in your yard? Resin will keep them from coming back with its nonporous properties
Can Resin Driveways be repaired?
The resin bound stone industry is booming. In the past few years, many homeowners have chosen to replace their natural stones with more affordable concrete or composite materials such as cement and gravel in order save money on maintenance costs. This resurgence of ‘fake’ material has led some people into using cheaper resins for decoration purposes only which can be problematic if it’s not done correctly because any reputable company will return free of charge to repair cracks that may form within the surface – but this requires a lot of skill from an experienced craftsman who knows what they’re doing
Can you resin over block paving?
You can’t lay resin bound surfacing directly over block paving without preparing it first or you are likely to see signs of cracking in time. However, if we strengthen the existing surface with a preparation process beforehand, then yes – this could be used as base for a resin based screed.