Surface Installation

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Resin Bound Surfacing

Soft, safe, permeable and colourful. The perfect garden surface for year round enjoyment.

We have 4 surfacing options available for resin bound installation:
- Rubber chip
- Classic Rubber chip
- Rubber Mulch
- Rubber Crumb

By mixing with resin we create a wet-pour surface that sets to become a beautiful, permanent surface that will last for many, many, many years!

From patios to hot tub surrounds, play areas to pathways, rubber can be used in any garden setting. We will guide your project from initial enquiry to install, completely bespoke to you. We have many colour options and can even source bespoke options. 

Rubber Chip Surfacing

Create the perfect loose filled rubber surface. Play areas, landscaping and more, our rubber chip is a fantastic product to add colour to your garden. We take care of the groundworks, disposal and laying.

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Residential or Commercial

From balconies to business parks we create projects of any and all sizes. Our most recent works include a pathway for a home in the Wirral, a bowling green in Whitby and a school in Ellesmere Port. We have supplied and installed for number of major UK attractions including Chester Zoo, numerous Councils across the UK, hundreds of schools, nurseries and play groups, as well as thousands of residential homes.

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Rubber surfacing is safety tested for falls. The bouncy, soft surface feels pleasant to walk on. No hard stone or messy wood chip to clear up.

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We have spent many years perfecting our bespoke colouring system that delivers the highest quality coating, with no colour transfer. The colour lasts, without fading, so you can enjoy your garden year after year.

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Drainage is a big problem for urban areas. Our rubber surfacing (including resin bound) is completely permeable meaning waters drains away with no puddling or pooling.

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