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Resin Bound Driveways

Our resin bound driveways have no loose stone, for a smoother finish. Contact M&M Driveways to arrange a free quote. We take care of clients across Stoke, Nantwich and Crewe.

Is resin right for me?

Resin-bound paving is a mixture of aggregate stones and resin used to pave footpaths, driveways, etc. It is a kind of permeable paving solution. It is a flexible surfacing material, so is resistant to cracking.

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Because bound surfaces are better

The system is mixed on site and cold applied, using a high-quality clear resin binder to coat the aggregate particles prior to laying. Unlike resin-bonded surfacing, where a thin layer of resin is applied to the surface and then the aggregate scattered on top (which can then become loose over time and is impermeable), resin and aggregates are thoroughly mixed together prior to laying, ensuring that the aggregate is completely coated and so providing a totally bound surface.

You can adapt resin bound paving to any outdoor area making it a great alternative to concrete or tarmac

Colour stable, you don't have to worry about it fading once it's been laid

It's resistant to frost and weeds, making it extremely durable and a great long term investment

Low maintenance and easy to clean, its perfect for people who don't have the time to constantly clean

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Durable and affordable

As a result, a resin-bound surface is more durable and requires less maintenance – it needs to be swept or power washed at least twice a year, to avoid the buildup of detritus and prevent the growth of moss or algae. Resin-bound paving is a fully permeable paving solution which allows water to freely drain through the surface. Meeting the requirements of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) standards, this helps to prevent standing water and largely eliminates surface water runoff. Resin-bound surfacing does not currently conform to any British standards apart from BS 8204-6:2008+A1:2010 Appendix B for slip resistance.

Highly recommended

The guys were really professional, competitive price, we were really impressed with the attention to detail and finish of the job. People were stopping to look at the job review

Timberly Williams

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Call M&M Driveways in Stoke today

A new resin bound driveway could cost less than you might think

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