What Is Resin bound paving?
Resin Bound is formed by mixing crushed dried aggregate with a polyurethane resin. Once cured, resin bound is a solid, smooth and hard wearing surface which also offers full permeability. Demand for Resin Bound has rapidly increased over the last 10 years and is now one of leading paving options on the market.
Resin Bound Summary
Huge Range Of Colours Available
Very Long Lasting
No Puddles… No Extra Drainage… No Problem
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Frequently Asked Questions
IS RESIN BOUND PERMEABLE?
One of the many great benefits of using Resin Bound as a driveway surface is its complete permeability. Providing the Resin is installed onto a permeable base and sub-base, then the surface will not hold water and will meet SUDS legislation…
HOW MUCH DOES RESIN BOUND COST?
The cost of resin bound varies depending on a number of factors. It is a common misconception that a Resin driveway costs between £50pm²-£70m². You may have seen these figures boasted on websites in the past, however the true cost is usually quite different…
how LONG DOES RESIN BOUND LAST?
When installed correctly, resin bound is expected to last around 30 years. This is yet to be proven, as the product has not been around that long. We’ve seen many installations from 5-10 years ago that still look fantastic.
RESIN BOUND or RESIN BONDED?
There is often some confusion over which is which. Resin bound is a durable, smooth surface that is installed at a depth of 18mm-20mm for driveways. Resin bonded is a rough, cheaper surface created by rolling the resin (glue) directly onto the existing surface and scattering the stone on top…
IS RESIN BOUND SLIP RESISTANT?
Resin Bound can offer a smooth finish whilst providing a virtually non-slip surface. The level of slip resistance depends on a number of factors which we will go over in this blog post…
does RESIN BOUND REQUIRE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE?
Unlike most paving products which require sealing and re-sanding, Resin Bound does not require routine maintenance. An occasional clean with either a power wash or warm water and treatment (brushed on) will do the trick…