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Keeping That Perfect finish

A resin bound driveway is a mix of aggregate or stone completely coated in resin, which creates an incredibly strong surface that is anti-slip and skid, provides excellent drainage and comes with minimal maintenance. Also, unlike conventional asphalt, loose gravel driveways or block paving, resin is easier to maintain.

Top tips to maintain your resin driveway

Regularly sweep clean your driveway, removing leaves and debris material in order to prevent moss growth


Most stains can easily be removed with a solution of hot water and household detergent e.g. washing-up liquid. Heavy oil marks can be removed with a cloth and recommended detergents.


The natural drainage capabilities of the material will soak up any moisture, without it standing on the surface, or running off into your garden.

Ice and snow

Snow and ice are not harmful so can naturally thaw away once the weather warms up. Salt can be applied on icy conditions but do not use road grit, as this will clog the permeable surface and the grit will break down the resin bound topping.

Small repairs

Your resin driveway should last you a long time without needing any repairs, but in the unfortunate circumstance that something happens to your resin driveway it can be repaired.

Extra information

Surface cracking in resin – cracks typically occur in a resin bonded surface where poor materials have been used by the installer, or where an insufficient quantity of resin has been mixed with the stone. We only provide resin bound services. See Resin Bound vs Resin Bonded.

Resin bound surfacing is made from a blend of aggregates coated with a clear UV-stable polyurethane resin.

When properly installed and maintained, a resin driveway can last for more than 25 years. We offer a 10 year guarantee on full installations.

Yes, resin bound driveways are water-permeable when laid on an open surface asphalt.

Concrete and tarmac are the most suitable bases for resin driveways. Resin bound materials can be laid directly onto an existing tarmac or concrete surface if it is in suitable condition.

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