Resin Bound Driveways in Oxford, Witney, Burford & Throughout Oxfordshire
We install Resin Bound Driveways which can be laid on existing concrete or tarmac. It is fully porous and SUDS Approved. TW Hardscaping also offer a choice of many different colours or if you are struggling we can even design your blen a of colours to suit you.
There are many hard-surfacing systems available on the market. However, Resin Bound surfacing is unique. No other surfacing system can offer the same range of strengths, resistances, and structural and aesthetic benefits.
Total Flexibility of Design
You can adapt your Resin Bound system into any shape imaginable on your surface, providing a beautiful alternative to paving, tarmac or concrete. The wide range of colours and blends means you can mix colours and enjoy countless unique design options.
Long Lasting Results
The Resin Bound aggregate system is incredibly strong and durable, and will remain so for many years thanks to low maintenance, easy cleaning and high resistance to organic materials and weeds.
Easy to Maintain
The resin binds with the original surface effectively gluing the new surface finish in place. The Resin Bound surface is relatively low maintenance and if applied correctly, resistant to weeds. The higher quality resin systems are also resistant to petrol or oil spills and will not fade or discolour thanks to UV resistance.
Resin Bound System is SUDS Compliant
Urbanisation has led to an increased flooding risk and as a consequence all new driveways have to comply with SUDS regulations.
(Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems)
Resin Bound is SUDS compliant which means it does not require planning permission (providing the sub base on which it is laid is porous or a suitable soakaway exists). This can be a special concrete or open textured macadam on top of a type 3 stone. The system can also be laid directly on top of old macadam or concrete but will require a suitable soakaway or drainage flow. The existing surface must be sound and free of cracks.
It can handle up to 850 litres of water per m2 per minute.
"You will not need planning permission if a new or replacement driveway of any size uses permeable (or porous) surfacing which allows water to drain through, such as gravel, permeable concrete block paving or porous macadam, or if the rainwater is directed to a lawn or border to drain naturally.
If the surface to be covered is more than five square metres planning permission will be needed for laying traditional, impermeable driveways that do not provide for the water to run to a permeable area".
UKGOV Planning Portal
To schedule an initial consultation for your own Resin Bound Driveway in Witney, Burford, Oxford or any of the neighbouring areas, please call us on 01993 835 152 or 07771 557 274.