Resin Bound Surfacing

Resin Driveways, Patios and Paths

Resin Bound Surfacing – Norfolk

Here at SGR Surfacing our fitters and teams have extensive knowledge and experience in resin bound applications, making us the first choice for your upcoming project. From small pathway to large driveway construction, we have a team of experts ready for you here in Norfolk.

We only use BBA approved products in all our resin bound installations, and the resins we use are fully UV resistant, which means that your new surface won’t change colour or fade. This is a key factor to a quality surface that will last, and it’s this kind of attention to detail that makes our service the complete experience.

Norfolk’s Premier Resin Bound Driveway Installer

When it comes to driveways, paths and patio areas, resin bound surfacing is fast becoming the most popular choice.


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5 Year Driveway Guarantee
Benefits of resin bound
  • High visual impact

  • Low on maintenance

  • Surface is porous

  • Anti-slip

  • Hard wearing

Quality installations
  • Survey

  • Excavation

  • Edging

  • Sub base

  • Application

Suitable for
  • Driveways

  • Paths

  • Patios

  • Open spaces

  • Small car parks

The Process

We cover the whole process, so you won’t need more than one contractor on site for your new surface. For new resin bound applications, we structure a sub-base, which is usually made up of 14mm open textured tarmac that is 100% permeable. We believe that resin bound is only as good as the base it’s laid on and so, for us, getting the groundwork right is vital. We also carry out surveys in cases where resin may be applied over an existing surface, to help create an economic solution to transform what you already have in place

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Further Information

Benefits of resin driveways, paths & patios

Resin surfaces in Norfolk are our area of expertise and – whether we’re talking about your driveway, patio, path or open space – there are so many benefits:

No planning permission – because no drainage is required, resin bound is a Sustainable Urban Drainage System, therefore SUDS compliant. The permeable gravel allows rainwater to drain away, so no hazardous surface water gathers. Resin bound surfaces are also eco-friendly and anti-slip.

Wheelchair friendly – for wheelchair users looking to improve their outdoor space, resin bound is the perfect solution, as it creates a hard, smooth and seamless surface. It can be installed on wheelchair ramps to complete the look of your new driveway or patio.

Bespoke finish – you have more than 24 different natural aggregates and a variety of colours to choose from, plus we can advise you on patterns and layout, so that the finish is completely unique to you.

Minimal maintenance – an annual power wash is as much maintenance as your new resin bound surface requires

Natural look – we use 100% natural aggregate in our resins, so the colours are as natural as they come.

Frequently asked questions:

Why choose SGR Surfacing Ltd?

Choosing SGR Surfacing Ltd to carry out your resin bound driveway, path or patio is a wise choice. We have years of experience laying resin bound in different styles and finishes. View our gallery for some of our latest projects.

What is resin bound?

Resin bound surfaces are made up of two things – natural aggregate and clear resin – and, once they are combined, the mix is hand-trowelled to a minimum depth of 18mm. You can choose from a variety of colours and sizes for a bespoke finish, which makes it a popular choice because of its uniqueness.

What’s the difference between resin bound and resin bond?

Resin bound is free from loose stone and is a compact, smooth surface finish because the aggregate and resin are mixed together. Whereas, in resin bond, firstly the resin is spread across the surface and then it is followed with loose stone on top.