resin bonded aggregate advantages
So busy with quotes asking about the resin bonded aggregate advantages, coupled with Christmas and the snow creating delays, time to write about our service on our blog is in short supply!
We have been wondering if the surge of enquiries is because of the anti slip properties, or people have a bit of money to spare and have concerns about the effects this adverse weather can create. (Spalling and potholes being common problems for the concrete and tarmac and the freeze thaw process)
If I had to guess I would say it is more product knowledge now with regard to the resin bonded aggregate advantages.
We have just received an email
“You are probably too far from us (Southwold in Suffolk) but I picked up your comments on a web conversation about materials.
We have a yard c.20xm x 8m behind a 17th c house, currently tarmac with some concrete and brick. We want to give it a gravel finish and rather than take up the tarmac wondered if it can be covered with adhesive gravel. It is seldom used for vehicles although there are drain manholes that will need to be accessed.
Can you advise on the appropriate materials, rough costa and whether you know anyone locally to us who might be able to do the work?”
We have replied
“Unfortunately you are too far for us to be able to quote or complete works.
The resin bonded would work well on the yard area and would be (in this area) about £35 to £40 per sqm. So on the dimensions provided at the worst case scenario
– £40 per sqm – you would be looking at £6500 approximately.
I would have difficulty advising with regards to the local area and an installer – just be aware a lot work with resin bound which is not the same – bit of info on our site here
There are national companies I believe all these companies train installers throughout the country so I would suggest you start with these.
In addition if you look local you may well find installations around shopping centres and town centres. If you contact the local council they may well tell you the name of the Commercial
Contractors who may well know of or even complete residential works.
Sorry I can’t be of more help, but make sure you read the section on our website with regards to the difference between resin bonded and resin bound.
Let me know how you go on with the above companies as I would be interested in feedback”
Resin bonded aggregate advantages far outweigh any other products in the market place for durability and anti slip properties. In addition there aren’t any other products out their that can resurface existing surfaces such as concrete, tarmac (which can be subject to pothole type damage) and imprinted concrete.
Mansfield, Swanwick, West Bridgeford, Ilkeston, Heanor call us for a free quote for your driveway, path or patio.