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A Comparison of Resin vs Imprinted Concrete Driveways

It can be tricky to decide which materials to use when you want to renovate your driveway. For the best choice for your property and your wallet, you’ll need to know a little bit about concrete and resin bound driveway surfaces, as well as how they compare.

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What is Resin?

Resin bound driveways are becoming increasingly popular for homeowners looking for a low-maintenance, durable and attractive driveway option. Resin driveways are composed of small stones and a resin binder that binds the stones together, resulting in a smooth and attractive finish. They are also durable enough to last for many years, and are easy to maintain.

What is Imprinted Concrete?

The process of imprinting concrete involves pressing a pattern or texture into freshly poured concrete. This is usually done with a roller or stamp, and the pattern can range from basic geometric shapes to intricate designs. In addition to the pattern, colors can also be added to the concrete for a unique look.

What are the Benefits of Resin over Concrete?

Resin bonded driveways are perfect for those who want a low-maintenance and attractive driveway as they are resistant to weeds and pests, and require little to no maintenance. They are also slip-resistant, making them ideal for families with children or pets.

For those looking for a more cost-effective option, resin driveways can also be laid over existing concrete or asphalt surfaces. This can save time and money, and the result is still visually appealing.

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