BONDED GRAVEL
SURFACING
BONDED GRAVEL
SURFACING

BONDED GRAVEL OVERVIEW

Resin Bonded Gravel is a hard wearing decorative surface with a textured finish.

Bonded Gravel is not porous, meaning water doesn’t drain through and the rough texture gives the surface a natural effect.

Bonded gravel is applied by scattering stone gravel onto a resin base. The gravel aggregate is available in a range of colours which can be used to match existing exterior features.

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BONDED GRAVEL INSTALLATION

Installers arrive on site wearing full PPE and sign in if required. Once equipment has been unloaded, installers measure area, take photos, check dips and report temperature.

The area is then dried with a gas lance and cleared of leaves and debris. Perimeter edges are masked with tape.

The entire surface is primed with binder, and gravel is broadcast across the area.

Projects

BONDED GRAVEL PROJECTS

  • St Mary’s Church

    St Mary’s Church

    Site Name: St Mary’s Church
    Location: Ambleside, Cumbria
    Surface Type: Resin Bonded Gravel

    St Mary’s Church required a new and improved pathway leading up to the idyllic church setting. DCM Surfaces installed Peal Quartz Resin Bonded Gravel to give a refined and high quality finish to the church grounds.





Bonded Gravel Case Studies

FAQ’s


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Q. What is the different between bonded gravel and resin bound gravel?
A.Bound Gravel has a smooth texture and is porous, whereas Bonded Gravel has a rough texture and is not porous.

Q. Can bonded gravel be laid onto existing surface?
A. For a high-quality finish and a longer life span, a new sub-base is preferable.

 

 

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