commercial resin bonded gravel enquiry coming to fruition.
Very often we can quote for a job and it can take 2 or more years to come back to us. However this Nottingham commercial resin bonded gravel enquiry has come back to us no more than 6 months.
We provided a site visit for the commercial resin bonded gravel enquiry in Nottingham. The contractor a Nottingham builder had been called out to quote for this job, and being aware of our expertise in this field contacted us for our help.
The site already had had resin bonded gravel in certain areas, but to be perfectly honest it was a very poor job.
The building company are currently completing their works which they hope to finish in the next few weeks. We can then move on to complete our commercial resin bonded gravel works.
The surface area to be completed is not an excessively large area, but it is a heavily pedestrianized area. This means that our resin bonded gravel will offer an attractive and durable and anti slip surfacing option.
Commercial resin bonded gravel enquiries are fast becoming a large part of our business as more and more commercial resin bonded gravel works are completed. National heritage sites, disability access, no mess no disruption, uses the existing concrete or tarmac as a base.
We have over the years provided a number of resin bonded gravel works and currently have a project on the go for a local care home in Mansfield Woodhouse which w are hoping to complete in the next few weeks.
This particular job has a large forecourt made up of tarmac and concrete which is in poor condition. We have had to clear the debris away, in preparation of the application of the commercial resin bonded gravel. There are various cracks and potholes as well, but the actual surface is structurally sound like most driveways we deal with so if it is not broke don’t fix it.
Some of our commercial resin bonded gravel works have been for the local councils and Educational authorities. Key aspects being
- Anti slip
- No mess
- No need to remove existing surfaces.
Remember why remove your existing there is always the chance you can fall foul of new installations, just like this council seems to have done.