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Installation Process for Resin Bound Driveways

This month with Resin Mixed Stone, we will be focusing on the installation process of a resin bound driveway. We want our customers to see how and why this material is so desirable. This article will guide you through how a resin bound material is made and applied, for you to understand how this high-performing resin is always the answer to a cost-effective, long-lasting driveway. Resin bound surfacing is a natural stone aggregate combined with resin to produce a well wearing surface. Let’s get started:   Firstly, your existing surface needs to be flat, free of gaps and holes, as we…

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Adding Kerb Appeal with a Resin Bound Driveway

Resin Mixed Stone are here to advise you on how to add kerb appeal with resin bound driveways. Not only are there practical benefits, there’s visual benefits too. If you feel it’s time for a change, then take a look at our article and decide for yourself if a resin bound driveway is what you’ve been needing, in order to spruce up your home. What is a resin bound surface? Resin bound surfaces are a combination of natural stone aggregate, mixed with resin to bind them together to ensure an attractive and smooth finish. This process strengthens your driveway and paths,…

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Why Choose Resin Bound Surfacing for Commercial Landscaping?

If you’re seeking a surface that combines the high strength of concrete and the aesthetic value of natural stone, the answer is resin bound surfacing. Most commonly used to create domestic driveways, its features can also be extremely beneficial for commercial uses, such as creation of carparks, cycle routes and footpaths, amongst others. Resin bound stone utilises the best aspects of concrete and gravel, without being burdened with the disadvantages. To help our readers find out more about this multi-feature surfacing, this article will explore why you should choose resin bound surfacing for commercial landscaping. What is resin bound stone? Imitating…

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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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Why Resin Bound Stone is the Best Surface Choice for Winter

With conditions becoming more treacherous due to the arrival of winter, it’s essential that your home’s outside surfaces are suitable for the colder climate. Driveways, pathways and patios can become a hazard during the winter due to the freezing of pooled water. Resin bound surfacing is a safe and high quality option that can combat many of the problems that come with the colder season, whilst also boasting great aesthetic value. This surfacing type gives the appearance of loose stone while the resin that holds the aggregates together provides strength and durability. Read on to find out why resin bound stone…

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