To construct a complete driveway like the one shown above, you’ll have to be experienced and have previous installation experience. We do not sub-contract our projects. We are a family-owned company with many years of expertise between us. We are experienced and reliable tradesmen and we strive to become the leading company in the business.
What can I do to my Resin driveway myself or should I leave it to experts?
A high-quality product requires an expert service. It’s crucial to locate an expert tradesperson who is able to lay the resin to a top quality to ensure a long-lasting, high-performance driveway.
The paving Resin-Bound is constructed using resin driveway materials made up of stones that are stacked together with organic aggregates, recycled glass, and marble, all coated with an UV-resistant clear resin and mixed to create an even distribution.
The product is laid over an existing , flat and stable surface, like an asphalt driveway, provided that it’s not damaged and uneven. The laying of a resin-bonded paving is a major undertaking, and it’s highly likely that you’ll require additional details like man-holes, edging lined up, etc. It is recommended to hire an expert to carry out your task.
The most frequently made mistakes
The most frequent error that we observe in the installation of resin bound surfaces is the result of a contractor’s error that occurs prior to the project having been completed. Here are some typical reasons for a poor resin bound driveway installations:
1.) 1) There is no U.V. resin is used for the mix of resin. The resin used in the mix is not U.V. U.V. resin is the cheapest option to purchase, saving about PS5 per m2. The use of resin that is not U.V. isn’t immediately obvious It is likely that the customer has already paid before the driveway begins to fade.
2.) Some contractors put in with enough thickness. It may not be apparent at first however if the thickness is placed below a minimum of 15mm for traffic that is required to be done, you may find yourself in trouble. Cutting corners by reducing the thickness of your flooring is a frequent issue. For your peace of mind we ensure that all of our installations are laid to the minimum of 18mm.
3.) Contractors who employ the incorrect mixers e.g. gravity mixers like Belle Mixers to mix the resin bound . This is a huge alarm, as mixing with these mixers is not a success for resin bound products. At Resin Install, we use a Forced Action Mixer to make sure the stone aggregates and the resin are well mixed.
4.) Scarily the next point is getting more and more popular. Resin is being bought from eBay! This is a big no no! Cheap resins usually do not contain the primary component that determines the long-term durability in the material. It is important that the contractor chooses an established supplier.
5.) The contractor is held to have very limited or no accountability to the client or any recourse should there be a issue.
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