Resin Driveways

Resin Bound Driveways are a fantastic alternative to more traditional driveways, they look neater and they are far less maintenance.

The benefits of a resin drive include fast draining, weed free, great durability and no cracking or movement.

Resin driveways are also wheelchair friendly and eco friendly and are not slippery in the wet and ice!

Get in contact with us today to see how we can transform your driveway!

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We manage the entire process from start to finish, including planning applications and warrants..

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You can stay at your current address with the benefit of additional living space for you and your family..

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WHat is resin bound?

The use of resin bound or bonded aggregates appeared on the UK market around 30 years ago and were originally developed and used in the US market.

In recent years with all the advances made in epoxy and polymer resins have led to popular use in the residential and commercial sectors.

With such a wide variety of colours and finishes this weed free surfacing makes resin bound surfaces virtually maintenance free, meaning over a period of time it's a cost effective solution for your internal or external surfacing requirements.

The popularity of resin bound surfacing a increasing every year as homeowners and businesses acknowledge that this surfacing is clean, tidy and of superior quality to traditional surfacing methods. Intrinsically, decorative or coloured aggregates are bound or bonded within clear or coloured resin that is coated over the existing surface providing it is solid and unbroken.

The resin bonds with original surface effectively gluing the new surface finish in place.
This creates a hard-wearing surface that is suitable for both internal and external applications.

The products can used externally or internally on:

• Driveways • Access Roads • Car Parks • Pedestrian areas • Plazas, Atriums and other amenity areas • Cycleways and Footpaths • Tree Pits • Schools • Pool surrounds • Patios, Terraces and Roof Gardens • Show Rooms and Display areas • Internal Floors • Heritage Sites • Paths


The wide range of aggregate colours and shapes available, offers the potential to introduce design elements into landscaping and refurbishment projects.