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The Difference Between Resin Bound Stone and Resin Bonded Stone

Are you seeking an attractive stone finish for your driveway, but still want to avoid the inconvenience of loose gravel? Resin stone surfaces are the solution. These surfacing options combine natural aggregates with resin, which is then laid over the top of an existing high-strength surface. This technique allows you to achieve the appealing look of a gravel driveway whilst preventing the scattering that results from loose stones. If this sounds like the right fit for you, there a couple of options to choose from, and in this article we will be focusing on the key features of both resin bound…

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Everything You Need to Know About Resin Bound Surfacing

If you’re seeking a modern, yet rustic look for your driveway, resin bound stone could be the answer. Treating your driveway to this surfacing option can offer great benefits, as well as giving your driveway an upgrade from dull tarmac and concrete, or gravel, which is easily scatterable. But before you make the change, we’ve put together this short guide to everything you need to know about resin bound surfacing.   What is resin bound surfacing? Resin bound surfacing is a hard-wearing surface option that offers the dual advantage of being durable yet possessing a warm, stoney appearance. First, clear resin…

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What is resin bonded stone?

With the industrial look of concrete and tarmac becoming a thing of the past, many are looking to resin bonded stone as an alternative surfacing for their driveways. Resin bonded stone is overlaid on concrete or tarmac, retaining the strength of these materials but providing the aesthetic value of gravel, mimicking the appearance of a loose stone surface. But what is resin bonded stone, and what are some advantages of this type of surfacing? What is resin bonded stone? Any concrete or tarmac driveway can have resin bonded stone applied and the application process is fast and easy. A layer of…

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Resin Bonded Stone vs Concrete Surfacing

Out of all the areas of your home or business, the driveway is the place that receives the most wear and tear. With vehicles running over the same patch of ground multiple times a day, there’s no doubt that over time your driveway can become damaged. Also, your driveway is the first impression that visitors have of your property, so a presentable, aesthetically-pleasing surfacing finish can make the difference between an industrial and a welcoming appearance. Many people choose concrete to surface their driveways, but is that really the best option? In recent times, more people have been turning to resin…

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