Resincoat DIY Resin Bound driveway kit is a fantastic option for creating a stylish outdoor surface, ideal for driveways, patios and landscapes. Non UV stable resin can darken when exposed to sunlight therefore it is advised when using a light coloured gravel to always use a UV stable resin to ensure the aggregate retains its natural colour.
*Please note your aggregate will be despatched as a separate parcel to the resin & activator
Aggregate colour options vary in price, please select a colour from the drop down menu to see the total price.
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The DIY kit is easy to use with each kit offering a complete set of components for you to apply without the need for a forced action mixer. We offer an extensive selection of decorative aggregates for you to choose from allowing you to tailor your driveway to your own unique design. All our resin products are proudly manufactured by Resincoat in the UK to the highest standard.
Each kit is capable of covering 1.25m² at 12mm thickness making this DIY kit ideal for smaller areas. Coverage rates are below:
12mm – 1.25m2 per kit (ideal for walking)
15mm – 1m2 per kit (ideal for a driveway)
18mm – 0.75m2 per kit (ideal for heavy vehicle use)
*Please note our calculator is based on a 15mm thickness ideal for a driveway.
Our Resin Bound kits can be laid over existing concrete or tarmac which means a much faster installation with little disruption. The kits are easy to install and can be walked on within 6 – 12 hours. Please see detailed application instructions below.
If you’re unsure of what decorative aggregate to go for why not order a sample box. Our sample box contains 15 colour options fully cured for you to preview what your finished driveway will look like.
In order to apply our DIY Resin Bound kits the following tools are required:
• An Electric Mortar Drill & Paddle – recommended for aggregate mixing
*Please note Resincoat offer these mixers on a buy-back scheme, typical mixer cost £20per week. Please call 0113 350 6366 for more information
• A drill and paddle – recommended for mixing part A & B resin
• A Flooring Trowel – basic knowledge of how to trowel down aggregate mix is beneficial