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Resin Bonded Stone

A natural aggregate embedded in a layer of resin to provide a decorative, anti slip finish

Resin Bonded Stone provides a durable, hard wearing surface with little maintenance.

This system is very popular on private driveways due to its decorative and anti slip properties and really adds an impact to your home’s appearance.

Resin Bonded Stone has been on the market for some time and is increasingly being seen on more domestic properties on driveways, paths and patios.

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APPLICATIONS

  • Driveways
  • Pathways
  • Patios
  • Disabled ramps
  • Steps





PRODUCTS FEATURES AND BENEFITS

Durable. Hard wearing and long-lasting, suitable for both pedestrian and vehicular access.

Low maintenance. Easy to clean with only an occasional jet wash required.

Textured finish. There are no loose stones, preventing the problem of these being tracked into the house and perfect for areas trafficked by wheelchairs, pushchairs, bikes and small children.

Extensive choice. Wide range of aggregates available to complement your home.

Limited disruption. Unlike Block Paving, there is no need for excavation, we can lay over any sound substrate such as concrete and tarmac.






INSTALLATION METHOD

PREPARATION - The surface is firstly primed with either concrete primers or pore fillers if laid onto tarmac.

INSTALLATION - A bodycoat of resin is applied and your chosen aggregate is broadcast into the wet resin and left to cure. Once cured the surface is thoroughly swept with an industrial sweeper to remove the loose aggregate.






EXAMPLE COLOURS

Wide range of colours available, a few examples as follows;




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Resin Bonded 2
Resin Bonded 3
Resin Bonded 4
Resin Bonded 5




What next?

If you require any other assistance we are happy to answer any questions. Please call us on 01745 887381 or request a call back.

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