Resin Driveways Warwick
We have a great deal of experience of laying resin bound surfacing. Resin bound paving fixes together small stones with high-tech resin to form a firm, attractive surface. It creates many small gaps that allow water to drain through into the ground. Resin is a great choice for your Warwick home and will always look good and stand the test of time.
Why choose resin bound paving?
When rainwater falls on a paved surface, it needs to drain away. Conventional solid surfaces are impermeable: water flows across the surface or forms pools, adding to flood risk.
Gravel surfaces avoid this problem. Water flows freely through the small stones and into the ground. But gravel surfaces can be messy and difficult for pushchairs or wheelchairs.
Laying the forms for the path
Resin bound paving combines the benefits of both options:
Excellent rainwater drainage and a smart, durable, accessible smooth surface.
Reduced flood risk
Choice of colours
Please take a look at our range to find out what colours and textures are available.
This technology combines the best of other surfaces:
The drainage and appearance of loose gravel
The durability and convenience of block paving
Long-term performance of block pavers
Contact us to find out more or call 0117 325 0093
Bound: Permeable smooth surface compliant with SuDs regulations
Resin bound surfacing, or ‘trowelled’ paving is made from a blend of aggregates coated with a clear UV-stable polyurethane resin. To ensure that each aggregate particle is completely coated in resin, the two elements are combined in a force-action mix process to form a cold-pour mixture. The mixture is then poured and hand-trowelled to form a smooth, colour-constant, accurate surface with no loose stones. It is recommended that a resin bound surface should be laid to a depth of 15mm for a pool surround, footpath or terrace and 18mm for a driveway and car park.
Resin bound paving – the premium option
The modern technology involved in resin bound paving calls for careful selection of the best materials, and skilful installation by experts. This means superior resin bound surfaces can cost more than other options, but the results make this investment worthwhile.
Cheaper options may involve non-expert installation, with a risk of later problems. Non-specialist installers may use substandard materials that degrade or discolour in sunlight over time.
Some contractors may offer resin-bonded surfaces – cheaper than true resin bound paving. Despite the name, resin-bonded surfaces are very different to resin bound – they lack the permeability that allows rainwater to drain freely into the ground and have a very rough texture.