resin drive quotes Arnold, Kirkby in Ashfield, Holmewood
Very busy this week with resin drive quotes in Arnold, Kirkby in Ashfield, Holmewood on the agenda.
We would like to say that all enquiries will have the perfect surface for our resin bonded aggregate but that is not the case. One of the benefits of our resurfacing is the fact that it extends and prolongs the life of the existing tarmac, concrete or imprinted concrete. So for the surface to be perfect is not necessary. Perhaps the bad weather in other countries is instilling a little bit of urgency – who knows. We believe that resin is becoming more popular and this could be one reason. There are currently lots of commercial jobs particularly in the South and London area.
One of our resin drive quotes Arnold, Kirkby in Ashfield, Holmewood had a new concrete driveway extension piece and wants to tie in the old concrete with the new concrete so our resin bonded stone is perfect for this. Remember we can incorporate paths as well.
Tarmac is another of the surfaces we are to quote on. Not sure of the condition of this one though may be a freeze/ thaw situation or just old and tired. The surfaces in need of our resin bonded stone vary greatly. We have found that imprinted concrete in the past has played a large amount in our work. Imprinted concrete requiring sealing to protect can add an element of slipperiness whilst protecting the surface!
Wet weather resin is still a valid point of discussion with a lot of our enquiries. Our customers are doing their homework and finding out there is a difference between resin bound and resin bonded. In addition they also ask the question can resin bonded and resin bound be laid when it is wet. The answer to this is very simple no! Damp is different – but remember damp in Winter is also different than damp in Summer.
Resin is such an invaluable commodity it is durable and environmentally friendly and has a plethora of uses. We as a driveway Company only use it for one aspect, but there are lots more uses for this versatile product.
We have seen it noted by some companies that resin bonded stone is not as durable as resin bound stone. However what a lot of these companies either fail to realise or fail to highlight, the actual use of resin on driveways paths and patios stems from the application on roadways and highways, as an anti skid product, so it is well above driveway specification. It has got to be tough stuff if the highways uses it.
Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover. East Midlands. Tollerton is on the agenda for next week. so whether it is tarmac or cconrete protect and prolong with resin bonded aggregate.