BoundWorx® Resin Bound System

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What is a BoundWorx® Resin Bound Surface?

Perfect for both domestic and commercial projects, our BoundWorx® Resin Bound system has been formulated to the highest standard. A BoundWorx® surface is created by mixing a high quality, clear, UV Stable polyurethane resin with a blend of natural aggregates which is then trowelled down onto a suitable surface.

Why install BoundWorx®?

Strong and Durable

When laid to the correct specifications, the structural strength of the BoundWorx® Resin Bound system means that it should last well in excess of 10 years. All of our aggregate blends include suitable fines and clear quartz sand to improve structural strength and maintain grip.

UV Stable

UV Stability is vital. In order to retain the colour of the chosen Resin Bound BoundWorx® finish, the system has been formulated to ensure that it is fully UV Stable. Non or partial UV Stable alternatives will discolour within weeks of being installed, creating a yellowing and patchy effect where there are shaded areas.

Low Maintenance

Resin Bound BoundWorx® is extremely low maintenance. Rain water will keep it generally clean and a light pressure wash will remove any build up of algae or dirt contamination.

Permeable and Eco Friendly

Resin Bound BoundWorx® is a permeable, SuDS compliant system when laid over a permable substrate. This often eliminates the need to obtain planning permission and that it is an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional surfacing solutions.

Attractive and Appealing

Available in a wide range of stunning elite marble finishes, the BoundWorx® Resin Bound system is highly attractive with good anti-slip qualities. The smart, stylish and modern look can dramatically improve the look of any property.

Resin Bound Preparation

The BoundWorx Resin Bound system should be laid onto a structurally sound and secure base, typically of either open graded tarmac or concrete which has been laid to falls with appropriate drainage. To prevent possible cracking or sinking in the resin layer there should be no movement in the sub-base.