Choosing a Resin Bound Ronacrete surface screen for your driveway brings you a whole host of benefits.
Because the aliphatic resins inside this material have been stabilised to withstand ultra-violet light, for example, the colour doesn’t fade easily. Standard MDI resins have been known to lose their colour stability as a result of the sun, but this is a problem you won’t experience here.
What this means is that you can enjoy long-standing colour retention no matter what climate your new driveway will experience. Choosing Resin Bound Ronacrete for your driveway will put you in good company, too. Resin Bound Ronacrete has been used in plenty of places across Britain with great success – including, in fact, some high profile destinations.
If you’ve ever visited London’s South Bank, for example, you’re likely to have stepped on Resin Bound Roncarete. Because this product has a porous surface, puddles don’t form on it – which means that the many visitors this area receives can enjoy a dry underfoot experience, even if it’s raining.
But appearance and comfort aren’t the only aspects of Resin Bound Ronacrete to consider. Resin Bound Ronacrete also adds an added layer of high friction surfacing, which is essential for a busy driveway.
Resin Bound Ronacrete is also good for the environment, too. Many products in the range are specifically designed to be sustainable, including the RonaDeck Eco Tree Pit and EcoPath options for gardens and green spaces.
What’s more, Resin Bound Ronacrete is fully compliant with sustainable drainage systems (SuDS). Unlike alternative products on the market, like those made from epoxy resin and less permeable materials, Resin Bound Ronacrete does not pose the risk of contamination.
In fact, Ronacrete Resin Bound surfaces can handle up 850 litres per metre squared or minute – which provides you with maximum drainage efficiency and reduces the risk of dealing with puddles, floods and more.
Finally, it’s even possible to harvest rain water with your new Resin Bound Ronacrete driveway for maximum sustainability. Although assistance may be needed from a waterproof membrane and some piping, your Resin Bound Ronacrete driveway can easily recycle water and store it in a tank or other water-friendly construction.
If you’re looking for a new driveway made from a strong and sunlight-resistant material, look no further than Multi Building Services.
Based near Braintree, we have over thirty years’ worth of experience in the home building, extension and renovation sector.
We’re proud to stick to our core values every time we install Resin Bound Ronacrete. We’re always professional in our dealings with customers, for example, and we commit to high quality workmanship.
If you would like to find out more about our Resin Bound Ronacrete installation services or you would like to get a quote from us, please give us a call on 01245 861 351 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and our friendly team will get back to you.