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Can a Resin Bound Driveway Be Laid on a Sloping Surface?

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This is a question that frequently pops up from customers. In short, yes, a resin bound surface can be laid on a slope. Resin bound surfacing is designed to be flexible and can be installed on various types of surfaces, including sloping areas. This type of surfacing is commonly used for paths, driveways, and patios, and can be easily customised to suit the specific requirements of the project.

When laying a resin bound surface on a slope, it is important to take certain factors into consideration. Firstly, the slope of the surface should be assessed to ensure that it is within acceptable limits. The slope should be gradual and not very steep, as this can impact the installation and stability of the surface.

Additionally, the ground preparation is crucial for a successful installation. The area should be leveled and compacted to create a stable base for the material. Any unevenness or undulations should be corrected to create a smooth and even surface.

The resin bound surface itself is made up of a mixture of aggregate stones and a clear resin binder. It is troweled or screeded onto the prepared surface, resulting in a smooth and seamless finish. The mixture is designed to bond tightly to the substrate, providing a durable and long-lasting surface.

In conclusion, a resin bound surface can be laid on a slope. However, it is important to ensure that the slope is within the acceptable limits and the ground is properly prepared. The resulting surface will be durable and easy to maintain, providing an attractive and functional solution for sloped areas.

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