resin bonded stone demand popularity
Over the past 15 to 20 years resin bonded stone demand has increased massively. The reasons for this are varied. Suppliers and installers would say –
speed of install durablity attractiveness permeability versality anti slip properties
and these are just a few of the benefits!
Perhaps the best marketing position every business is vying for is helping its rise in popularity according to Google?
If we compare the previous standards
Block paving concrete tarmac imprinted concrete slabbs
you could ask what do they have that resin doesn’t – or vice versa!
We have always said one shoe does not fit all! The more alternatives we have available means consumers have choice.
The ability to use what is the best fit or most suitable is always a bonus.
Grass where concrete was is not necessarily the right choice for you (eg if you want to park cars on your drive) . However it may well be totally fit for purpose for your neighbour for eg who wants less of a hardstanding garden area.
Resin bonded stone demand is not as high as resin bound. Do you know the difference? Be sure to make sure you are aware of the difference.
Can it go on concrete? Does it go on hardcore? How durable is the bonded as opposed to the bound? Is it weed free? Does it require maintenance?
Resin bonded stone demand is going from strength to strength. Landfill concerns mean that if the existing surface is suitable it can be resurfaced.
From where we are based in the East Midlands (the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire border) we can resurface your driveway path or patio. Providing you with a weed free alternative to the usual block paving, imprinted concrete, tarmac, and concrete options. Beeston, Bolsover, Clowne,Edwinstowe, Gedling, Kirkby in Ashfield, Matlock, Newthorpe, Old Whittington, Radcliffe on Trent, Sheffield, Walesby, or Wollaton.
Towns local to us in Mansfield for example Arnold, Bilborough, Bramcote, Caunton, Church Warsop, Forest Town, Hucknall, Langwith Junction, Mansfield, North Wingfield, Oxton, Ratcliffe on Trent, Sherwood, South Normanton, Stretton, Tollerton,Walton and Woodthorpe