concrete as resin drive base
The weather certainly seems to be taking its toll on the UK over the past few weeks . From rains and floods to tree and damaging storms. The recent reports in the papers show the extent of the full force of the weather. This has resulted in spray concrete currently being used as a temporary barrier. Have doe a little investigation as we did consider if spray concrete as resin drive base was an option but it isn’t well not yet) This report goes on to say
“Around 80 m of sea wall has been destroyed by high tides and stormy seas, causing a significant stretch of railway to collapse into the sea. The road adjacent to the railway and several houses have also been damaged, along with damage at Dawlish station itself and several other sites in the area.
Rail and concrete sleepers that once carried trains along the sea wall have been cut away and placed across the bottom of the damaged section. These are gradually being reinforced with sprayed fast-drying concrete, which will form a temporary barrier to take the brunt of today’s forecast heavy seas”
Concrete as resin drive base
( tarmac as well ) is a real must to ensure longevity and suitability for the weight of a vehicle. In these currently trying times, it pays to ensure good preparation and installation of a base in the first place and certainly before resin bonded aggregate is used as resurfacing. Some of these surfaces, concrete, tarmac, imprinted concrete have been in place for years without problem. Wind rain storms – non have had such an effect . Here in Mansfield we suffered our own mini tornado as reported in the Mansfield Chad.
Concrete as resin drive base is an excellent product. Very often concrete is dismissed due to its lack of visual appeal, which is where our resin bonded resurfacing can offer a solution. Important to remember as well is the key need for a solid base for any vehicular access. A base is not just as layer of concrete or tarmac, there is a lot of skill and knowledge when laying a driveway, path or patio. If laid correctly it can last a lifetime.
In Nottingham the storm stopped the trains ! Driveways paths and patios are all subject to potential damage with the weather battering the uk. So maintain what you have. If you replace it, it may not be as good as the original!
Based in Mansfield Nottinghamshire. We have completed anti slip resin bonded resurfacing in Skegby, Aspley, Bilsthorpe, Bulwell, Clay Cross, Cotgrave, Huthwaite, Mansfield Woodhouse, New Houghton, Northampton, Pentrich, Ravenshead, Sellers Wood, Shirebrook, Spalding, Toton, Warsop, Worksop, Chesterfield. Look no further and resurface what you already have.