Resin Driveways

Transform your driveway with our resin bound solution

You probably won’t need us here at Findley Roofing & Building to tell you that homeowners across the North East and the wider UK are continually on the lookout for new ways to boost the ‘kerb appeal’ and ease of maintenance of their property.

This may help to explain why resin bound driveways have become so popular in recent years. While resin bound driveway surfaces are still relatively new to the UK and are therefore not a widely recognised solution even among some of the most ambitious British householders, they are nonetheless attracting ever-greater attention and acclaim.

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Resin Driveway Checklist

Are you considering a new resin driveway? Answer these questions before you do.

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  • Does your driveway have potholes?
  • Do you spend time maintaining?
  • Is your driveway looking tired?
  • Do you often weed your driveway?

Resin is a cost-effective and low-maintenance driveway material. If you’re interested in finding out more, click here to get in touch.

Why should you invest in a resin driveway for your home?

When considering the most suitable solution for your driveway, it is important to be able to tell the difference between resin bonded and resin bound solutions. While the former works on the basis of the gravel or other aggregate being scattered onto a pre-applied resin layer prior to setting, the latter involves the mixing together of the aggregate and resin before they are applied to the surface together.

Resin driveways undoubtedly have a great amount of visual appeal, looking smart, tidy and professional, yet also natural. This fully permeable and hardwearing solution – which can also be applied without the need for planning permission – also requires hardly any maintenance and can be depended on to deliver outstanding performance for many years to come.

What are the benefits of resin driveways?

  • Long-lasting and hard-wearing
  • Permeable surface for natural damage
  • Smooth finish with no loose stones
  • Virtually maintenance-free
  • Bespoke finish with unlimited colours

Choose resin for the following applications

  • New build properties
  • Driveway replacement

Don't look any further than Findley Roofing & Building

Whether you seek a resin bound or resin bonded driveway for your residential property, as well as whether you are located in Newcastle, Durham, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Northumberland or elsewhere in Northern England or beyond, you are sure to be delighted by the complete fastidious service that Findley Roofing & Building can provide.

We source the materials for our resin bounded and resin bonded driveways from The Resin Mill in West Yorkshire, which is one of the most trusted suppliers of such products across the UK. When you combine this company’s industry-leading range of products with our own in-depth knowhow in resin driveway surfacing, it should become clear to you that we are the experts to which to turn for this increasingly popular service.

Need help? Call us today: 0191 417 3422

Your driveway deserves the best – and that simply has to mean resin bound or resin bonded surfacing. Talk to us today about this service, request a free survey and even a free no-obligation quote – all that you have to do is call 0191 4173422 or send our team an email.



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