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Why Choose Resin Bound Pathways?

A great alternative to paving

There’s no denying the aesthetic improvements from a new garden path.

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But when you consider upgrading your pathway, remember the reasons it needs to be done in the first place. No one likes weeds and grass poking up through the gaps in the paving!

To increase longevity of your garden path, we recommend resin bound pathways for a great looking, low-maintenance finish. For a start, there are no gaps for those pesky seeds to make their new home.

But why else do we champion resin bound over paved garden paths?

Durable and hard wearing

Lots of our customers choose resin bound for their driveways because of its durability and permeability. These characteristics make it perfect for pathways, too.

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This means that, even in freezing conditions, water can drain away instead of pooling and forming cracks as it turns to ice.

It’s also frost and slip resistant, making it perfect for the colder British weather.

Resin bound pathways have great longevity

When installing resin bound pathways, we fully prepare the area and ensure a strong and even base. Whether that means installing over your current path, or digging out a new base to create a nice, flat foundation.

Unlike traditional, paved garden paths, resin bound pathways won’t shift over time, which causes cracks, gaps and trip hazards. In fact, a resin bound garden path can last well over 25 years, making it a great investment.

Design opportunities

Resin bound pathways compliment your garden as the colours can blend with traditional brickwork, or mimic the multi-faceted grey of gravel.

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It is even possible to combine colours and add an extra design element to your resin bound path or patio area.

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Professional, Reliable, and Trustworthy Installers

Here at The Home Improvement Project, we pride ourselves on our reputation. When you choose a resin bound pathway with us, you’re guaranteed get excellent service. We don’t contract out work to anyone else and our installers are friendly, efficient, and most importantly, we’ll clean up after ourselves.

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Contact us today to transform your garden.

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Iron Staining Disclaimer: Rust staining or Iron staining is a natural problem that can occur when specific individual stones within the product that have high iron content are exposed to the environment. This problem is often increased if the site is in an exposed or coastal region. It is not unusual for the problem to take a number of years to be exposed and there is no way of identifying if the aggregate is affected prior to application.

It is not possible to screen the iron content out of the product by using magnets as it is part of the chemical makeup of the aggregate. The aggregates affected by this problem are mostly flint or gravel based type products or aggregates that have usually been quarried from glacial or river deposits. Using Calcined flint aggregates will not eliminate this problem if the raw flint used already has high iron content.

Given that iron staining is a natural occurrence no guarantee can be given or liability accepted for areas affected by iron staining. Since 2016 The Home Improvement Project have only selected aggregates from quarries that have proven records of low iron content. Whilst iron staining can cosmetically spoil the appearance of the affected areas it has no detrimental effect on the render itself.
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