Leading Resin Bound Supplier & Installer Across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, London & Suffolk

Over the past 25 years significant advances in polymer and epoxy resins have led to this hard wearing and flexible surface becoming increasingly popular as a surface used for driveways and pathways.

This surface is low maintenance and is reasonably resistant to weeds.

As a surface it is UV resistant meaning it doesn’t fade in the sunlight and it’s also oil and petrol resistant meaning if there is a spill it won’t stain.

Resin Bound Driveways are also tolerant to a wide range of temperatures either hot or cold.

For the more adventurous the surface can be patterned however you want. However, for the more traditional, there are also a huge range of aggregate blends possible with a resin bound driveway so we can make it look as modern or traditional as you want.

Covering a wide range of areas across the south of England including Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, London and Suffolk. Contact us today for a free no-obligation quote.

Main benefits from having your driveway or path Resin Bound:

  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Highly durable
  • Flexible
  • No loose stones
  • Restricts weed growth
  • Solvent-free
  • Odour free during and after application
  • Environmentally friendly, biomass-based resin component
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More Resin Bound benefits…

  • Produces stunning surfaces
  • Can be used as part of a SUDS compliant bound surfacing system
  • Perfect for harmony with the existing environment
  • Non slip, anti-skid aggregates can be used
  • Internal or external use
  • Adaptable curing times
  • Standard and UV resistant versions available
  • Superb range of aggregate blends
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Planning Permission:

Government planning and local authorities look favourably on Resin Bound driveways and paths because they are permeable and water can drain away at a more ‘natural’ rate than from non porous surfaces.

In 2008 this legislation was brought in as a response to the number of people who were converting their front gardens into driveways. In turn this contributed towards more flash flooding due to the speed of run off into the drainage area.

Because of this, planning permission is not usually required, where non permeable surfaces like concrete, will usually require permission for surfaces that are over 5 square metres.

If you’re not too sure whether you will need planning permission or not then why not get in touch with us and we will advise you.

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What’s involved in laying down a Resin Bound Driveway?

1. Identify potential problems like high maintenance spaces, waterlogging, any problems with laying the base.

2. Make repairs if required to current surface

3. Install foundation layer (may need concreting first)

4. Mix resin and aggregate layer after ‘agitating’ the resin

5. Apply mix. Once mixed the compound is spread evenly across the selected area, followed by smoothing and flattening the covered area. This is quite similar to applying plaster (it’s also the bit where we will probably need a quick cup of tea after finishing this.

6. Add any design aspects if these are required.


Here’s what some of our happy customers had to say about our services:

  • Helen Watson

    Highly professional team, neat and tidy work and quality finish! We got exactly what we wanted and are really impressed with both the team and the final result.

  • Lee Parnell

    Very pleased with the product and they’re a hard working, meticulous & tidy team. Highly recommended!

  • Brad Adam

    From the very first visit to look at the job, clearly this was a professional outfit, they had time to listen and address my concerns and wishes, the price was fair, and now the job is finished the experience along the way and the final product are both first class. A great company, great people, and all in all a great job, Thank you to all the team.

We do NOT subcontract work out.

This ensures we have full control & responsibility over each and every job we undertake.

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