What is the price of a resin driveway?
One of the most significant contributory parts to a successful, dependable, and beautiful Resin Bound driveway is the resin utilised in the system.
We strongly advise using only UV resistant resins for exterior Resin Bound surfaces.
Although non-UV resistant resin is less expensive than UVR resin, the effects obtained are considerably different. When exposed to sunlight, non-UV resin darkens, resulting in uneven shade; for example, the area where a car is parked, or beneath a wheelie bin or plant pot, will darken and stand out from regions that are always exposed to sunshine – and this may frequently happen in as little as two weeks.
YOUR RESIN BOUND INSTALLATION’S SIZE
The length of time it takes to build your driveway depends depend on its size and the quantity of preparation necessary. A crew of at least three people is usually necessary, and on average, 70-150m2 is covered every day.
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YOUR RESIN BOUND INSTALLATION'S SHAPE
The final cost of your Resin Bound driveway may be affected by its form. Simpler forms, such as a straight-edged rectangle, are quicker to install and hence take less time.
More elaborate forms, on the other hand, will naturally require more time to install and will result in a greater fee from your installer because they take longer to finish.
THE DESIGN OF YOUR RESIN BOUND INSTALLATION
Resin Bound’s adaptability and accuracy result in highly detailed designs with numerous colours that may be used as part of the overall design.
The more intricate the design, the longer it will take to finish. The end outcome, on the other hand, is definitely worth it! You have the option of having several gravel colours, geometric forms, logos, emblems, or letters.
Resin Bound pavement allows you to personalise your driveway, patio, path, or surface in ways that loose gravel or other forms of tarmac just cannot.
Rain and resin do not get along. If you are having your Resin Bound driveway built during a rainy season, or if rain is expected on the intended installation date, it is critical that you do not put pressure on the installer to complete the work in conditions that may harm the finished result. A minor delay is preferable than a ruined surface, which might be quite costly.
THE CONDITION OF YOUR DRIVEWAY BASE
The significance of the base’s condition cannot be overstated. Prior to laying Resin Bound, a damaged or uneven base will need to be repaired, levelled, and cleaned. Any necessary repair work will be recommended and costed by Two Counties Resin.
RESIN BOUND DRIVEWAY DEPTH
When comparing quotations, it is critical to examine the suggested depth of Resin Bound surface. A minimum depth of 18mm should be used for surfaces that will be utilised for automobiles and other high loads, such as driveways, whilst 15mm may be used for surfaces that do not need to resist as much weight (such as porches and footpaths).
RESIN DRIVEWAY EDGING REQUIREMENTS
Edging is another crucial component of a Resin Bound driveway, pathway, or patio that will enhance the overall appearance. There are several alternatives available, including setts and beading, and each will cost differently.
Discuss your project’s edging possibilities with us at Two Counties Resin we will be able to clarify corresponding expenses.
Let's Build Your Dream Resin driveway!
A driveway is an important part of your home. But why should it be limited to functionality? We think that your driveway should look just as wonderful as the vehicle you park on it. We can design your ideal driveway as we are the driveway specialists in Dorset and Hampshire.