Resin Bound Driveways


A beautiful bespoke driveway or patio area is the perfect solution to add value and kerb appeal to your property as well as giving you somewhere to relax when the weather allows.

A resin bound driveway is made up of a natural stone aggregate mixed with a polyurethane resin. It can typically be applied upon an existing concrete or tarmac base, providing the old base is in good condition. Where the existing driveway or surface is not suitable, we will carry out an excavation and install new base materials to specification prior to laying the resin bound finish.

Sustainable Urban Drainage

Resin bound driveways are over 10 times more eco-friendly than concrete or tarmac and allow water to drain naturally back into the water table through the permeable surface. This reduces the amount of surface water and puddles that form on the driveway/patio, which meets the requirements of the sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS).

Minimal Maintenance

Our resin bound driveways use anti slip technology that conforms to BS-7976-2 guidelines and our weed resistant formula ensures that it takes minimal maintenance to keep your driveway in top condition. As polyurethane resin is lab tested to -50 degrees in temperature, resin bound drives are resistant to any frost attacks, as well as being UV stable, so they won’t fade or change colour in the sun.

The surface is highly durable and has a long life expectancy offering a seamless finish without any loose stones. This makes it an ideal product for any surface with frequent traffic, vehicular or pedestrian.

Wide Range of Colours and Textures

We can offer a wide range of colour choice and resin bound mixtures can be created personally upon request. Please see our colour chart below for some examples:

Additional Drainage

In some cases it may be necessary to install an ACO drainage system, but we will advise on this on a case by case basis whether this is needed following a full site survey. An ACO drainage system would generally be used on driveways with a steep incline.

In some cases the existing base can be utilised which means no site excavations. For more information please contact us.