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We specialise in laying brand-new, bound resin driveways at domestic properties in Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and surrounding areas. This decorative, external paving system is an ideal way to transform your property using major-brand products, such as BoundTex. With more than 40 years of combined industry experience, we recommend using this solution to install bound resin driveways, which act as Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS), approved by the UK Environment Agency. Our clients can rely on our team to carry out fast and efficient installations for epoxy bound resin flooring interiors and bonded resin driveways too.
To make things clearer, bound resin driveways are made up of natural aggregates, including marble and glass, which are mixed together into a transparent resin. When the mixture is laid onto a firm base or an existing driveway surface at your Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and surrounding areas property, the BoundTex is flattened out so that the aggregates are completely covered, creating a smooth finish. This technique is also ideal for bound resin flooring in garages, kitchens and bathrooms.
Depending on the aggregates used, bound resin driveways can measure up to 24mm deep with their durable, multiple layers. Due to the colours, sizes and types of stone used in the mix, each finish is unique. However, resin driveways fitted with BoundTex bear the same characteristics: each installation is strong, permeable for water drainage and none of the aggregates are unstable or loose.
In addition to their attractive veneer, bound resin driveways are incredibly practical for draining rainwater. The aggregates in the BoundTex formula are porous, which allows bound resin driveways to absorb rainfall or run-off water and effectively drain it to the water table below your Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and surrounding areas property. This makes BoundTex an environmentally-friendly product, which complies with the regulations for Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS). Bound resin driveways are approved by the UK Environment Agency, along with bound resin parks and playground areas, due to their flood prevention capabilities.
In comparison to bound resin driveways, bonded resin finishes tend to have a rougher surface. Bonded resin driveways use a thin layer of resin which is poured over the base and then covered with various aggregates. This style gives the impression of loose gravel; however, the aggregates are secured into place, providing a texture which also reduces the likelihood of people slipping underfoot. Unlike bound resin driveways, bonded resin is laid with a single, impermeable layer.