West Wales Paving are devoted to using only the highest quality driveway materials and work with leading industry suppliers to deliver you the best driveway products. We are proud to be an approved and qualified installer of Ox Resin driveways and Ox Resin bound products. We can supply and install resin bound surfacing, also know as resin bound gravel to your property to create a very modern and contemporary driveway.
Resin bound is a relatively new and modern surfacing solution that can be used for driveways, paths and patios. It is essentially a combination of resin and aggregates, like stone or gravel, which are carefully mixed together in a specialist resin mixer. It creates a smooth and modern driveway surface. A selection of different aggregates can be combined with the resin to achieve different colours and finishes to your driveway or pathway. Resin bound surfacing is strong and durable, long-lasting and has a modern look.
Resin bound driveways can vary in price depending on the choice of material, size and specific requirements of the project. Get in touch and our friendly Design Team can provide you with a free no obligation consultation and quote.
A Resin Bound driveway is made from a mixture of aggregate stones and resin. It is fully permeable, providing good natural water drainage. It is a relatively flexible groundwork material, making it resistant to cracking. It is also weed resistant and is a great choice for a modern low maintenance driveway. With a wide range of stones available, there are many colour and design options to choose from.
Yes, resin requires a suitable base and tarmac is the ideal base for resin bound stone to be installed on top of. If you already have an existing tarmac driveway, it may be possible to resin directly over the top. Our Design Team can assess any pre-existing surface materials at a free consultation visit and assess its suitability.
Resin bonded surfaces are create by essentially layering a coat of resin over gravel or stone. Unlike resin-bonded surfaces, Resin Bound surfaces are fully mixed before laying, creating a smooth surface that is more resilient, more durable and requires less maintenance.
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