We install a variety of resin bonded stone paving designs for public areas, schools and visitor attractions to create a decorative, slip resistant pathway surface.
We are able to install decorative surfaces types that have a range of colours, sizes and designs to suit you.
The surfacing can be installed for organisations including schools, universities, homes, parks and driveways.
Resin-bonded gravel in Beacon EX14 4 is ideal for various areas, including footpaths, domestic driveways and car parks.
This paving is specially designed to give the decorative appearance of loose gravel; however, it is more stable and has fewer maintenance requirements.
The surface specification on this flooring comprises a scatter system where a layer of resin is applied to a suitable base surface such as macadam or concrete.
Then the loose stone aggregate is scattered over the area.
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The remaining stones will be removed once the surfacing has cured to leave behind a stable and durable stone surface.
The difference between resin bound and resin bonded gravel is that the bound surface is screeded together to make a smooth area.
In contrast, a bonded area is scattered with stones which creates excellent anti-slip qualities.
To install resin-bound gravel, the gravel is mixed with a binder until there is a porridge-like substance, then it is poured onto an area and screeded.
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To create a bonded gravel facility, a binder is applied to the existing surface, and then the gravel will be scattered onto it and will stick to the glue.
Feel free to fill in our contact form if you've any questions about these different products. One of our experts would happily explain in further detail and pass on all of the information you need.
Resin-bound paving is not only attractive, but it's also durable, useful, and adaptable. Its durability: resin bonded paving is a long-lasting, long-lasting surface.
While warranties range from 10 to 21 years, they can survive for more than 25 years when fitted and maintained properly.
The mixing and laying process is straightforward, but it demands precision and attention at every step. On a project, it's best to use just one batch.
If more than one batch is utilized, it is important to use the same batch in the same area to avoid slight batch to batch variance.
In case of spills, mix the resin in the container on a plasterer's board or another protected surface.
A resin-bound system is applied at a thickness of 15-25mm. The bonded system is applied as a thin resin veneer, followed by a 5mm thick layer of aggregate, depending on aggregate size.
Our decorative paving installers in Beacon EX14 4 can install this decorative surface type in many different designs, so feel free to contact us if you have any questions about what we offer.
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Our prices will vary depending on many factors, including area size, location, and any design requirements you have. We'd be happy to discuss this with you further, so don't hesitate to get in touch today.
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This system has a textured stone surfacing finish on its surface, which provides anti-slip capabilities to enhance paving safety.
The only maintenance needed on this outdoor decorative surfacing is occasional brushing and pressure washing the surrounding areas to eliminate any debris that could cause contamination or block up the pores within the aggregate.
Once fully cured, the gravel paving in Beacon is extremely durable and long-lasting and can withstand a lot of use and weathering over time with a life expectancy of up to 15 years depending on how it’s used.
Due to its rough textured finish, this stone paving provides slip resistance, making it ideal for slopes and high traffic areas.
These qualities can prevent cars and pedestrians from slipping in wet conditions, ensuring that the area is completely safe for any use.
We also offer various colour choices so you can customise the design to suit whatever you want. Just speak with our team, and we'll help you decide on the perfect paving system for your project.
Be sure to give us an idea of your budget to offer a cost-effective quote for you.
The stone paving specification is extremely versatile and can come in a wide range of designs to meet the needs of each different project near me.
This gravel surfacing system has been installed for organisations, including nearby schools, universities, residential facilities, public parks and private homes.
We have worked with numerous different local clients to create bespoke designs which are cost-effective and high quality.
If you have a specific budget in mind, we can work with you to develop a suitable quote for this work closest to the price you want to pay.
Resin-bound surfacing can be installed on either a non-permeable concrete surface or a permeable asphalt surface.
We can tailor a specification and bonded gravel cost per square meter to fit in with your budget and what the surfacing will be used for.
This type of flooring provides the ideal surface for a range of outdoor areas as it gives anti skid qualities and is durable throughout heavy use from vehicles and pedestrians.
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It is a good flooring type for use on slight hills or sloping driveways as it offers extra grip to improve safety.
We are experienced installers in Beacon EX14 4, and we would be happy to discuss any questions or enquiries you’ve got about stone paving and other outdoor decorative surfaces.
Please use our enquiry form to contact us and send us over the details of what you’re looking for, and we’ll get back to you with some helpful advice and a flexible quote for the works.