Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

We get asked: ‘Is my driveway suitable for resin bound?’

Our short answer is, ‘it depends!’

As tempting as it is to just go over any ‘old’ existing driveway or patio surface, attention must be given to the condition of the existing surface.

This means looking for evidence of puddling, drainage issues, movement and cracks.

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

But maybe we’re missing something?

Maybe you’re one of the potential customers out there that just doesn’t care.

Maybe you’re one of those price driven folk who go for cheapest? That’s no insult to you, as getting a good price that’s competitive is always best and makes sense.

If you’re not too bothered about the quality of resin, longevity, guarantees, cracking or discolouration go ahead.

You’ll easily find somebody with a wheelbarrow and rake that will install for around £40 – £50 per square metre, maybe even less.

But just don’t complain afterwards!

Summary

As we go through life we all have good and bad experiences. Our homes are often our most valuable assets and when we commit to improvements these are usually bit financial committments.

A new driveway can cost anywhere from a couple of thousand pounds to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

As mentioned earlier this is an unregulated industry. Unlike trades such as gas engineers or elecricians there aren’t any regulatory standards to adhere to. But it’s also unlikely that a driveway installation is going to

cause a fire or explosion!

We cover all aspects relating to the outside of the home. Resin is just one surfacing product. We also cover block paving, concrete and tarmacadam. To us, they’re all great paving products. To us, there are great professionals and not so great.

You’ll find experts in all industries, services and walks of life. But usually the best expert is you. So listen to yourself and be confident.

 


HOMEPAGE

Need Cheering Up?

Looking to Enjoy Summer 2021?

Of course you are!

Getting the surfacing right is just part of the home improvement journey and key to enjoying life outdoors.

In post pandemic times with endless restrictions in both 2020 and 2021 it’s increasingly important to make the most out of our outdoor living spaces.

That means getting your patio or back yard area in shape.

What really sets a patio area apart is how you develop your landscaping and importantly your outdoor dining experiences!

Don’t worry – we have you covered!

Read this outdoor living post to get inspirational ideas and make summer 2021 a summer to remember!

Hompage

Likewise, sub base materials such as MOT Type 1 stone are also unsuitable for a resin bound surface.

Crazy paving that’s free of movement may be okay but veer on the side of caution unless you’re satisfied it is structurally sound and adequate drainage is in place.

It’s a contentious issue. If in doubt, just pay up and get a full excavation and new installation with as many guarantees as possible! Peace of mind!

If you’re existing block paved surface has been down years and has no drainage issues and no sinkage – the cost savings are significant.

And the temptation is great, especially if money’s tight.

And even from an environmental perspective, it’s far less toxic to just skim over the top of an existing area, rather than full excavation and new installation.

If you’re considering an overlay – This is where an experienced opinion may really count from an experienced contractor/installer.

But disseminating between good advice and somebody elses need to earn a living can be difficult!

Ultimately, it’s your decision and there’s no ‘whining’ afterwards if things don’t turn out wonderful.

Whenever you make a decision it’s your decision so be decisive!

Unlike a regulated industries such as Financial Services or Law – regulations just don’t apply to homeowners’ decisions regarding home improvements.

It’s your home, property, driveway, garden. It’s your decision what to do.

And in the broadest sense – you can do whatever you want to do.

Imagine a world in which you couldn’t? Restrictions and people telling you: ‘You can’t do this or that’ in relation to your home!

If you are doubtful of the suitability or have trust issues consult a structural engineer or your local trading standards office.

It’s really that simple.

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Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound? – Suitable Surfaces

Is your existing paving surface concrete?

Does surface water flow to bedding areas?

Is the existing surface ‘structurally sound’ and free of cracks?

If you answer yes these questions then with some cleaning and preparation an overlay may well be possible.

Is your existing driveway or patio surface open grade Tarmacadam? Is it in good condition (free of cracks and crumbling?) Is it free of drainage issues? If YES then a resin overlay is also probably going to be okay.

But again, it’s your decision to proceed (or not).

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

The most common complaint around resin bound surfacing failures are cracks and lifting.

Lifting of Resin Bound Driveway

What is the cause of these poor mixtures of resin?

Poor quality resin?

Using the wrong type of resin?

Inexperienced installation skills?

Weather?

Unsuitable sub base materials?

Of course the reason for poor quality driveway and patio installations could be any of the reasons above.

As a result, the real question if your considering a resin bound system for your own driveway/patio surface needs to be:

‘How do I get a great driveway installation that doesn’t crack up, discolour or lift?’

The short answer is there are ‘no guarantees’.

Resin adheres to certain quality standards but these only apply to manufacturing processes.

And resin has been used in light trafficked commercial uses for much longer than ‘domestic’ usage on driveways.

The resin flooring association are helpful for any questions on suitability.

Over the last few years, we’ve seen the popularity of resin bound grow and grow.

It’s a long way off until the market reaches saturation point. But with so many ‘resin bound specialists’…. how do you decide which one to use?

As an example, does a company offering 100+ year guarantee with a registered office on some industrial estate (from last year) mean you’ll get a professional job that will last?

No. It doesn’t!

Another example are the many ‘slick’ sales driven companies out there?

You know the type. Full of outdated ‘hard sell’ sales techniques from the 1980s.

‘Time pressure’ offers and all sorts of ‘extras’ to get you to sign on the line?

But ask yourself, will the small print stand up in the small claims court if you’re unhappy afterwards? Will the company just have the ‘dissolved’ sign on companies house register?

Maybe. Maybe not.

It’s very important to keep in mind that the vast majority of contractors and installers are very professional and will do a great job.

If you’re so panicky and had terrible experiences (possibly throughout your life) you should just stay ‘non committal’ to anything.

driveway specialist in your area resin

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

But maybe we’re missing something?

Maybe you’re one of the potential customers out there that just doesn’t care.

Maybe you’re one of those price driven folk who go for cheapest? That’s no insult to you, as getting a good price that’s competitive is always best and makes sense.

If you’re not too bothered about the quality of resin, longevity, guarantees, cracking or discolouration go ahead.

You’ll easily find somebody with a wheelbarrow and rake that will install for around £40 – £50 per square metre, maybe even less.

But just don’t complain afterwards!

Summary

As we go through life we all have good and bad experiences. Our homes are often our most valuable assets and when we commit to improvements these are usually bit financial committments.

A new driveway can cost anywhere from a couple of thousand pounds to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

As mentioned earlier this is an unregulated industry. Unlike trades such as gas engineers or elecricians there aren’t any regulatory standards to adhere to. But it’s also unlikely that a driveway installation is going to

cause a fire or explosion!

We cover all aspects relating to the outside of the home. Resin is just one surfacing product. We also cover block paving, concrete and tarmacadam. To us, they’re all great paving products. To us, there are great professionals and not so great.

You’ll find experts in all industries, services and walks of life. But usually the best expert is you. So listen to yourself and be confident.

 


HOMEPAGE

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Need Cheering Up?

Looking to Enjoy Summer 2021?

Of course you are!

Getting the surfacing right is just part of the home improvement journey and key to enjoying life outdoors.

In post pandemic times with endless restrictions in both 2020 and 2021 it’s increasingly important to make the most out of our outdoor living spaces.

That means getting your patio or back yard area in shape.

What really sets a patio area apart is how you develop your landscaping and importantly your outdoor dining experiences!

Don’t worry – we have you covered!

Read this outdoor living post to get inspirational ideas and make summer 2021 a summer to remember!

Hompage

[/et_pb_section]If your existing driveway surface is block paving or flagstones it’s normally inadvisable to overlay with resin.

If you take the decision to proceed, it may crack up and may need resurfacing again. Or it may be fine and look great for the next 20 years.

Likewise, sub base materials such as MOT Type 1 stone are also unsuitable for a resin bound surface.

Crazy paving that’s free of movement may be okay but veer on the side of caution unless you’re satisfied it is structurally sound and adequate drainage is in place.

It’s a contentious issue. If in doubt, just pay up and get a full excavation and new installation with as many guarantees as possible! Peace of mind!

If you’re existing block paved surface has been down years and has no drainage issues and no sinkage – the cost savings are significant.

And the temptation is great, especially if money’s tight.

And even from an environmental perspective, it’s far less toxic to just skim over the top of an existing area, rather than full excavation and new installation.

If you’re considering an overlay – This is where an experienced opinion may really count from an experienced contractor/installer.

But disseminating between good advice and somebody elses need to earn a living can be difficult!

Ultimately, it’s your decision and there’s no ‘whining’ afterwards if things don’t turn out wonderful.

Whenever you make a decision it’s your decision so be decisive!

Unlike a regulated industries such as Financial Services or Law – regulations just don’t apply to homeowners’ decisions regarding home improvements.

It’s your home, property, driveway, garden. It’s your decision what to do.

And in the broadest sense – you can do whatever you want to do.

Imagine a world in which you couldn’t? Restrictions and people telling you: ‘You can’t do this or that’ in relation to your home!

If you are doubtful of the suitability or have trust issues consult a structural engineer or your local trading standards office.

It’s really that simple.

[/et_pb_text]

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound? – Suitable Surfaces

Is your existing paving surface concrete?

Does surface water flow to bedding areas?

Is the existing surface ‘structurally sound’ and free of cracks?

If you answer yes these questions then with some cleaning and preparation an overlay may well be possible.

Is your existing driveway or patio surface open grade Tarmacadam? Is it in good condition (free of cracks and crumbling?) Is it free of drainage issues? If YES then a resin overlay is also probably going to be okay.

But again, it’s your decision to proceed (or not).

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

The most common complaint around resin bound surfacing failures are cracks and lifting.

Lifting of Resin Bound Driveway

What is the cause of these poor mixtures of resin?

Poor quality resin?

Using the wrong type of resin?

Inexperienced installation skills?

Weather?

Unsuitable sub base materials?

Of course the reason for poor quality driveway and patio installations could be any of the reasons above.

As a result, the real question if your considering a resin bound system for your own driveway/patio surface needs to be:

‘How do I get a great driveway installation that doesn’t crack up, discolour or lift?’

The short answer is there are ‘no guarantees’.

Resin adheres to certain quality standards but these only apply to manufacturing processes.

And resin has been used in light trafficked commercial uses for much longer than ‘domestic’ usage on driveways.

The resin flooring association are helpful for any questions on suitability.

Over the last few years, we’ve seen the popularity of resin bound grow and grow.

It’s a long way off until the market reaches saturation point. But with so many ‘resin bound specialists’…. how do you decide which one to use?

As an example, does a company offering 100+ year guarantee with a registered office on some industrial estate (from last year) mean you’ll get a professional job that will last?

No. It doesn’t!

Another example are the many ‘slick’ sales driven companies out there?

You know the type. Full of outdated ‘hard sell’ sales techniques from the 1980s.

‘Time pressure’ offers and all sorts of ‘extras’ to get you to sign on the line?

But ask yourself, will the small print stand up in the small claims court if you’re unhappy afterwards? Will the company just have the ‘dissolved’ sign on companies house register?

Maybe. Maybe not.

It’s very important to keep in mind that the vast majority of contractors and installers are very professional and will do a great job.

If you’re so panicky and had terrible experiences (possibly throughout your life) you should just stay ‘non committal’ to anything.

driveway specialist in your area resin

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

But maybe we’re missing something?

Maybe you’re one of the potential customers out there that just doesn’t care.

Maybe you’re one of those price driven folk who go for cheapest? That’s no insult to you, as getting a good price that’s competitive is always best and makes sense.

If you’re not too bothered about the quality of resin, longevity, guarantees, cracking or discolouration go ahead.

You’ll easily find somebody with a wheelbarrow and rake that will install for around £40 – £50 per square metre, maybe even less.

But just don’t complain afterwards!

Summary

As we go through life we all have good and bad experiences. Our homes are often our most valuable assets and when we commit to improvements these are usually bit financial committments.

A new driveway can cost anywhere from a couple of thousand pounds to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

As mentioned earlier this is an unregulated industry. Unlike trades such as gas engineers or elecricians there aren’t any regulatory standards to adhere to. But it’s also unlikely that a driveway installation is going to

cause a fire or explosion!

We cover all aspects relating to the outside of the home. Resin is just one surfacing product. We also cover block paving, concrete and tarmacadam. To us, they’re all great paving products. To us, there are great professionals and not so great.

You’ll find experts in all industries, services and walks of life. But usually the best expert is you. So listen to yourself and be confident.

 


HOMEPAGE

[/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row]

Need Cheering Up?

Looking to Enjoy Summer 2021?

Of course you are!

Getting the surfacing right is just part of the home improvement journey and key to enjoying life outdoors.

In post pandemic times with endless restrictions in both 2020 and 2021 it’s increasingly important to make the most out of our outdoor living spaces.

That means getting your patio or back yard area in shape.

What really sets a patio area apart is how you develop your landscaping and importantly your outdoor dining experiences!

Don’t worry – we have you covered!

Read this outdoor living post to get inspirational ideas and make summer 2021 a summer to remember!

Hompage

[/et_pb_section]And keep in mind, there are some paving surfaces that are simply unsuitable.

 

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 Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound? – Unsuitable Surfaces

If your existing driveway surface is block paving or flagstones it’s normally inadvisable to overlay with resin.

If you take the decision to proceed, it may crack up and may need resurfacing again. Or it may be fine and look great for the next 20 years.

Likewise, sub base materials such as MOT Type 1 stone are also unsuitable for a resin bound surface.

Crazy paving that’s free of movement may be okay but veer on the side of caution unless you’re satisfied it is structurally sound and adequate drainage is in place.

It’s a contentious issue. If in doubt, just pay up and get a full excavation and new installation with as many guarantees as possible! Peace of mind!

If you’re existing block paved surface has been down years and has no drainage issues and no sinkage – the cost savings are significant.

And the temptation is great, especially if money’s tight.

And even from an environmental perspective, it’s far less toxic to just skim over the top of an existing area, rather than full excavation and new installation.

If you’re considering an overlay – This is where an experienced opinion may really count from an experienced contractor/installer.

But disseminating between good advice and somebody elses need to earn a living can be difficult!

Ultimately, it’s your decision and there’s no ‘whining’ afterwards if things don’t turn out wonderful.

Whenever you make a decision it’s your decision so be decisive!

Unlike a regulated industries such as Financial Services or Law – regulations just don’t apply to homeowners’ decisions regarding home improvements.

It’s your home, property, driveway, garden. It’s your decision what to do.

And in the broadest sense – you can do whatever you want to do.

Imagine a world in which you couldn’t? Restrictions and people telling you: ‘You can’t do this or that’ in relation to your home!

If you are doubtful of the suitability or have trust issues consult a structural engineer or your local trading standards office.

It’s really that simple.

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound? – Suitable Surfaces

Is your existing paving surface concrete?

Does surface water flow to bedding areas?

Is the existing surface ‘structurally sound’ and free of cracks?

If you answer yes these questions then with some cleaning and preparation an overlay may well be possible.

Is your existing driveway or patio surface open grade Tarmacadam? Is it in good condition (free of cracks and crumbling?) Is it free of drainage issues? If YES then a resin overlay is also probably going to be okay.

But again, it’s your decision to proceed (or not).

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

The most common complaint around resin bound surfacing failures are cracks and lifting.

Lifting of Resin Bound Driveway

What is the cause of these poor mixtures of resin?

Poor quality resin?

Using the wrong type of resin?

Inexperienced installation skills?

Weather?

Unsuitable sub base materials?

Of course the reason for poor quality driveway and patio installations could be any of the reasons above.

As a result, the real question if your considering a resin bound system for your own driveway/patio surface needs to be:

‘How do I get a great driveway installation that doesn’t crack up, discolour or lift?’

The short answer is there are ‘no guarantees’.

Resin adheres to certain quality standards but these only apply to manufacturing processes.

And resin has been used in light trafficked commercial uses for much longer than ‘domestic’ usage on driveways.

The resin flooring association are helpful for any questions on suitability.

Over the last few years, we’ve seen the popularity of resin bound grow and grow.

It’s a long way off until the market reaches saturation point. But with so many ‘resin bound specialists’…. how do you decide which one to use?

As an example, does a company offering 100+ year guarantee with a registered office on some industrial estate (from last year) mean you’ll get a professional job that will last?

No. It doesn’t!

Another example are the many ‘slick’ sales driven companies out there?

You know the type. Full of outdated ‘hard sell’ sales techniques from the 1980s.

‘Time pressure’ offers and all sorts of ‘extras’ to get you to sign on the line?

But ask yourself, will the small print stand up in the small claims court if you’re unhappy afterwards? Will the company just have the ‘dissolved’ sign on companies house register?

Maybe. Maybe not.

It’s very important to keep in mind that the vast majority of contractors and installers are very professional and will do a great job.

If you’re so panicky and had terrible experiences (possibly throughout your life) you should just stay ‘non committal’ to anything.

driveway specialist in your area resin

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

But maybe we’re missing something?

Maybe you’re one of the potential customers out there that just doesn’t care.

Maybe you’re one of those price driven folk who go for cheapest? That’s no insult to you, as getting a good price that’s competitive is always best and makes sense.

If you’re not too bothered about the quality of resin, longevity, guarantees, cracking or discolouration go ahead.

You’ll easily find somebody with a wheelbarrow and rake that will install for around £40 – £50 per square metre, maybe even less.

But just don’t complain afterwards!

Summary

As we go through life we all have good and bad experiences. Our homes are often our most valuable assets and when we commit to improvements these are usually bit financial committments.

A new driveway can cost anywhere from a couple of thousand pounds to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

As mentioned earlier this is an unregulated industry. Unlike trades such as gas engineers or elecricians there aren’t any regulatory standards to adhere to. But it’s also unlikely that a driveway installation is going to

cause a fire or explosion!

We cover all aspects relating to the outside of the home. Resin is just one surfacing product. We also cover block paving, concrete and tarmacadam. To us, they’re all great paving products. To us, there are great professionals and not so great.

You’ll find experts in all industries, services and walks of life. But usually the best expert is you. So listen to yourself and be confident.

 


HOMEPAGE

[/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row]

Need Cheering Up?

Looking to Enjoy Summer 2021?

Of course you are!

Getting the surfacing right is just part of the home improvement journey and key to enjoying life outdoors.

In post pandemic times with endless restrictions in both 2020 and 2021 it’s increasingly important to make the most out of our outdoor living spaces.

That means getting your patio or back yard area in shape.

What really sets a patio area apart is how you develop your landscaping and importantly your outdoor dining experiences!

Don’t worry – we have you covered!

Read this outdoor living post to get inspirational ideas and make summer 2021 a summer to remember!

Hompage

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And keep in mind, there are some paving surfaces that are simply unsuitable.

 

[/et_pb_text]

 Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound? – Unsuitable Surfaces

If your existing driveway surface is block paving or flagstones it’s normally inadvisable to overlay with resin.

If you take the decision to proceed, it may crack up and may need resurfacing again. Or it may be fine and look great for the next 20 years.

Likewise, sub base materials such as MOT Type 1 stone are also unsuitable for a resin bound surface.

Crazy paving that’s free of movement may be okay but veer on the side of caution unless you’re satisfied it is structurally sound and adequate drainage is in place.

It’s a contentious issue. If in doubt, just pay up and get a full excavation and new installation with as many guarantees as possible! Peace of mind!

If you’re existing block paved surface has been down years and has no drainage issues and no sinkage – the cost savings are significant.

And the temptation is great, especially if money’s tight.

And even from an environmental perspective, it’s far less toxic to just skim over the top of an existing area, rather than full excavation and new installation.

If you’re considering an overlay – This is where an experienced opinion may really count from an experienced contractor/installer.

But disseminating between good advice and somebody elses need to earn a living can be difficult!

Ultimately, it’s your decision and there’s no ‘whining’ afterwards if things don’t turn out wonderful.

Whenever you make a decision it’s your decision so be decisive!

Unlike a regulated industries such as Financial Services or Law – regulations just don’t apply to homeowners’ decisions regarding home improvements.

It’s your home, property, driveway, garden. It’s your decision what to do.

And in the broadest sense – you can do whatever you want to do.

Imagine a world in which you couldn’t? Restrictions and people telling you: ‘You can’t do this or that’ in relation to your home!

If you are doubtful of the suitability or have trust issues consult a structural engineer or your local trading standards office.

It’s really that simple.

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound? – Suitable Surfaces

Is your existing paving surface concrete?

Does surface water flow to bedding areas?

Is the existing surface ‘structurally sound’ and free of cracks?

If you answer yes these questions then with some cleaning and preparation an overlay may well be possible.

Is your existing driveway or patio surface open grade Tarmacadam? Is it in good condition (free of cracks and crumbling?) Is it free of drainage issues? If YES then a resin overlay is also probably going to be okay.

But again, it’s your decision to proceed (or not).

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

The most common complaint around resin bound surfacing failures are cracks and lifting.

Lifting of Resin Bound Driveway

What is the cause of these poor mixtures of resin?

Poor quality resin?

Using the wrong type of resin?

Inexperienced installation skills?

Weather?

Unsuitable sub base materials?

Of course the reason for poor quality driveway and patio installations could be any of the reasons above.

As a result, the real question if your considering a resin bound system for your own driveway/patio surface needs to be:

‘How do I get a great driveway installation that doesn’t crack up, discolour or lift?’

The short answer is there are ‘no guarantees’.

Resin adheres to certain quality standards but these only apply to manufacturing processes.

And resin has been used in light trafficked commercial uses for much longer than ‘domestic’ usage on driveways.

The resin flooring association are helpful for any questions on suitability.

Over the last few years, we’ve seen the popularity of resin bound grow and grow.

It’s a long way off until the market reaches saturation point. But with so many ‘resin bound specialists’…. how do you decide which one to use?

As an example, does a company offering 100+ year guarantee with a registered office on some industrial estate (from last year) mean you’ll get a professional job that will last?

No. It doesn’t!

Another example are the many ‘slick’ sales driven companies out there?

You know the type. Full of outdated ‘hard sell’ sales techniques from the 1980s.

‘Time pressure’ offers and all sorts of ‘extras’ to get you to sign on the line?

But ask yourself, will the small print stand up in the small claims court if you’re unhappy afterwards? Will the company just have the ‘dissolved’ sign on companies house register?

Maybe. Maybe not.

It’s very important to keep in mind that the vast majority of contractors and installers are very professional and will do a great job.

If you’re so panicky and had terrible experiences (possibly throughout your life) you should just stay ‘non committal’ to anything.

driveway specialist in your area resin

Is my Driveway Suitable for Resin Bound?

But maybe we’re missing something?

Maybe you’re one of the potential customers out there that just doesn’t care.

Maybe you’re one of those price driven folk who go for cheapest? That’s no insult to you, as getting a good price that’s competitive is always best and makes sense.

If you’re not too bothered about the quality of resin, longevity, guarantees, cracking or discolouration go ahead.

You’ll easily find somebody with a wheelbarrow and rake that will install for around £40 – £50 per square metre, maybe even less.

But just don’t complain afterwards!

Summary

As we go through life we all have good and bad experiences. Our homes are often our most valuable assets and when we commit to improvements these are usually bit financial committments.

A new driveway can cost anywhere from a couple of thousand pounds to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

As mentioned earlier this is an unregulated industry. Unlike trades such as gas engineers or elecricians there aren’t any regulatory standards to adhere to. But it’s also unlikely that a driveway installation is going to

cause a fire or explosion!

We cover all aspects relating to the outside of the home. Resin is just one surfacing product. We also cover block paving, concrete and tarmacadam. To us, they’re all great paving products. To us, there are great professionals and not so great.

You’ll find experts in all industries, services and walks of life. But usually the best expert is you. So listen to yourself and be confident.

 


HOMEPAGE

[/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row]

Need Cheering Up?

Looking to Enjoy Summer 2021?

Of course you are!

Getting the surfacing right is just part of the home improvement journey and key to enjoying life outdoors.

In post pandemic times with endless restrictions in both 2020 and 2021 it’s increasingly important to make the most out of our outdoor living spaces.

That means getting your patio or back yard area in shape.

What really sets a patio area apart is how you develop your landscaping and importantly your outdoor dining experiences!

Don’t worry – we have you covered!

Read this outdoor living post to get inspirational ideas and make summer 2021 a summer to remember!

Hompage

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