The specification for resin bound paving is made up of natural stone aggregate with resin which is mixed together and laid out onto the chosen area.
We offer a variety of designs and coloured stones for resin bound paving so you can choose the perfect look for your decorative surface.
Our team have completed various resin bound surfacing projects at domestic homes, residential facilities, parks, visitor attractions and schools with bespoke designs for each.
The resin bound gravel specification in Ashton Upon Mersey M33 6 is a porous paving system which is used on many new projects in schools, private homes, public pathways, car parks and other public areas. This is because the surface type lends itself well for decorative pathways, walkways, footpaths and recreational areas. With the resin aggregate system being porous and permeable then this makes the whole spec SUDS compliant meaning no planning permission is needed for projects like driveways with this resin-bound spec of flooring. The depths can vary from 14mm depth (2-5mm sized aggregate stone); 16mm depth (3-6mm sized aggregate stone) to 50mm tree pits specification.
Our company have years of experience in the installation or RBG for a variety of specifications. To learn more about our company, please click here http://www.resinboundgravel.org.uk/greater-manchester/ashton-upon-mersey/ If you are interested in having resin-bound gravel installed, and you want to find out more about the different specifications available, please fill in our contact form and we shall get back to you as quickly as possible.
Resin bound specification is a porous surfacing system which is available in various colours to create a decorative stone appearance to the driveway and its surrounding areas. The resin-bound spec is SUDS compliant meaning water can drain through easily and the surface will not become puddled. The spec can vary in depth and colour depending on the clients individual needs. This kind of surfacing is often installed to 16mm, however we can install a thicker system if necessary.
The difference in resin-bound surfacing in Ashton Upon Mersey M33 6 depths is to do with the project design and basically what the surfacing is being used for because some areas near by might be designed for pedestrian use where others could be the spec for heavy use traffic. Creating the porous gravel specification involves combining natural stone aggregate with a polyurethane resin which leaves a smooth and durable surface which requires little maintenance and lasts a long time. The ideal surface for the system to be installed upon would be a macadam base as it is SUDS compatible meaning it is porous to allow water to drain correctly. For more info on permeable paving click here http://www.resinboundgravel.org.uk/permeable-resin-bound-paving/greater-manchester/ashton-upon-mersey/ Porous paving specs are great for a number of reasons and it is very popular for people to request SUDS compliant surfacing.
If you require any more information with regards to resin surfacing systems, please fill in the enquiry form provided and a member of our professional team will get back to you right away.
The resin stone spec is versatile enough to be used for a variety of surfaces such as driveways, local paths, car parks, pools surrounding areas, tree pits, access roads and decorative landscape surfaces. The advantages of resin-bound stone aggregate flooring are that it is a surface that requires low maintenance, is durable, SUDS compliant, creates a good looking smooth finish and decorative allowing you to create imaginative and exciting environments that are closest to what you require.
A number of people search the internet for 'resin stone uses near me' and RBG can be used for a range of things depending on the specification. Some areas may require a thicker system, whereas some will require the standard 16mm RBG. Our team of installers nearby you or in surrounding areas will be able to provide you with details regarding the uses of resin stone and what spec would be best for you.
The right resin-bound gravel design is important for all projects both commercially and domestically on driveways for traffic use to pathways for pedestrian use. The permeable, decorative stone is mixed onsite with stone aggregate and polyurethane binder so the design can be tailored to suit any size or shape. The resin-bound design options for this type of surfacing are endless with many colours to choose from but majority of the time the design specification will want a natural looking bonded stone finish so there is no loose stone particles.
There are a number of different brands too, including Addastone. For details regarding Addastone please click here http://www.resinboundgravel.org.uk/products/addastone/greater-manchester/ashton-upon-mersey/ Our team would be more than happy to offer you info on the various products available, so please don't worry about contacting us if you have any questions.
Once the resin-bound design is finalised, the porous paving surface is installed onto macadam or a solid porous sub base. This surface type is becoming more popular as it requires little maintenance, but stays durable and safe for use over a long period of time. The resin gravel design will obviously influence the prices, costs and quotes of the project so having several multiple colours isn't advised because will inflate the prices to install but also will create several joints on what could be a seamless system otherwise.
We are available to tell you more about the resin-bound specs if necessary. We can offer you details on the different thickness available and show you the various colours which you have to choose from. The enquiry form on this page allows you to contact us regarding the surfacing specification, so please do not hesitate to fill in your details if you would like to find out more.
Please get in touch with us to discuss any enquiry you have for this type of stone surfacing and we will be able to offer you details on a specific resin bound gravel specification in Ashton Upon Mersey M33 6 along with a competitive quote for the works.