Why Get Your Resin Bound Surface From Us?
Fantastic Gardeners’ resin bound surfacing can give you the paving, patio or pathway you’ve always wanted. Not only that, but we can customise it for you by adding a specific pattern or colour, thus further enhancing your property’s style and appearance.
There is more to our service than just high-quality work and flexibility. Here you can take a look at the many additional advantages that come with service. For instance:
- You can always schedule a survey of your property before each job.
- You will receive a final quote for the job, no “surprise” charges will follow.
- You have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of materials.
- The landscapers are experienced and carry public liability insurance.
- Combine this with another service such as garden lighting and get special discounts.
So give us a call today and talk to our friendly customer care staff. They will happily answer all your questions and provide you with additional information. Let the expert landscapers improve your place by making the driveway gravel even more beautiful.
How We Do Resin Driveways London Services?
Since this resin bonded driveways service is quite comprehensive, one of the Fantastic Gardeners will come to your place to conduct a survey. Please mind, that surveys are charged £15. But they will give you the perfect opportunity to consult with a specialist regarding the materials and the design that you are after. After the inspection, we are going to contact you within 3 days with a final quote for the job. If you like it, then we’re in business! The team will come to your property fully prepared to complete the service.
When on site, the landscapers will prepare the area so they can apply the resin finish. It will be between 12 and 40mm thick which depends on the foundation surface. Once this is done, you can start using the area as usual. Generally, resin bound surfaces are quite durable and especially good against water.
Q: What’s the difference between resin bonded and resin bound surfaces?
A: The difference between resin bonded and resin bounded systems is that the bounded is smooth and porous, while the bonded is rough and not porous.
Q: Do I need a planning permission for a resin driveway?
A: Usually, you don’t need a permit to install a permeable driveway. However, different councils may have different regulations and it’s best to check with your local authorities before booking the service.
Q: How long does resin paving last?
A: If installed properly, a resin bonded or bounded drive can last between 15 and 20 years.
Q: Where can you lay resin surfaces?
A: The best base for a resin driveway is smooth and monolithic. For example, concrete, mortar, tarmac or asphalt. You can’t lay resin on top of paving slaps, stepping stones and uneven surfaces. Sometimes even if the base is monolithic, it may still require rebuilding if it’s too damaged.
Q: Do resin surfaces require much care after installation?
A: No, they are pretty easy to maintain. All you have to do is give it a good pressure washing 1-2 times a year to keep it looking fresh. We offer a jet washing service that’s suitable for cleaning resin drives.
Q: How long does it take for the resin to cure?
A: It depends on the purpose of the surface. For foot traffic areas, it will take 4-6 hours, while vehicle traffic areas like drives require at least 12 hours to cure. If heavier traffic is expected, it better to let the resin to cure for 24 hours before using it.
Q: How much does a resin driveway cost?
A: The price depends entirely on the materials and the amount of work that needs to be done. You can receive a quote after an onsite survey by one of our experts.