Resin Bound Paving Installations
Resin bound paving is created with small stones which are bonded together with high-tech resin to form an attractive firm surface. In turn, this type of surface creates small gaps, allowing the water to drain into the ground.
Why should you choose Resin Bound Paving?
With traditional paving and driveways when rainwater falls, pools can be formed on the surface, which can add to the risk of flooding. Surfaces, which are made using gravel, avoid this issue, the water is allowed to flow freely through the stones into the ground. A problem with normal gravel surfaces is the fact they can end up messy and difficult to manoeuvre wheelchairs or pushchairs.
The resin bound paving offers the benefits of gravel for the drainage, plus offering a durable, smooth surface to manoeuvre wheelchairs or pushchairs without any mess.
Key benefits are:
- • Environmentally Friendly
- • Reduced Flooding Risk
- • A Firm Surface
- • Choice of attractive colours and finishes
- • Easy to maintain
Choosing the right installer
Modern technology has evolved in this type of surface over the years offering a much better choice of materials, colours and finishes. However, it is important that it is laid correctly with pavers qualified in resin bound paving. Non-expert installation can result in problems further down the line, installers may use substandard materials, which can discolour or degrade over time. There are many types of resin-bounded surfaces on the market, some cheaper than others. These types of surfaces are not all the same; some can lack permeability and have a rougher texture. Our team are here to advise you on the right product to suit your requirements.
For your information, Ian Howe Landscaping has laid being laying various types of paving since 1980. Furthermore, we carried out many commercial projects and residential using resin bound surfaces.
Finally, if you would like a free quotation for your resin bound project. Please call our team on 0800 160 1618 for a no obligation quotation all our details are on the contact us page.