Cork Resin Bound Surfacing will carry out a site survey at the time of quoting for any proposed works and Cork Resin Bound Surfacing will always point out any uneven or unsound areas which will not be suitable for laying a resin surface over. If ground works are required to prepare the surface prior to the laying of the resin.
Cork Resin Bound Surfacing can provide a quotation for tarmacking, digging out and preparing surface areas in addition to the laying of aco drains, brick borders and edging stone surrounds. There are a number of benefits of using Cork Resin Bound Surfaces for external drives, paths, patios and public areas.
Resin Bound Surfacing is made of porous material which makes it SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems) compliant and this means that with a Resin Bound Surface you have peace of mind that you are helping to reduce the risk of flooding.
There is an extensive range of Resin Bound Surface colour mixes that can be used, which enable it to blend in well with any existing surrounding colour scheme.
With a Resin Bound Surface, there is very little maintenance other than keeping the surface clean and free from debris. When compared to block paving, wooden decking or gravel drives, the initial outlay for a Resin Bound Surface will be slightly more, but the advantages of a Resin Bound Surface are that it can be used in areas of flooding.
Resin Bound Surfacing looks more attractive than tarmac.
With Resin Bound Surfacing there is no need to continually weed, as there would be with block paving.
With Resin Bound Surfacing, there is no need for regular staining or treating, as there would be with wooden decking.
If you would like to find out more about Resin Bound Surfacing, please contact us.