Resin Bound Balconies
Beautifully designed, resin-bound balconies are intended to produce a totally porous and smooth finish that minimizes puddles. It can also be placed directly on the present surface, transforming the room rapidly and easily, allowing you to spend more time on the balcony to relax.
Borders, symbols, names and patterns can be added using various colours for clients who seek a totally distinctive style.
Do Resin Bound Balcony Offer any Advantage?
- Each balcony with resin is completed by hand and offers superior quality.
- On resin-bound balcony surfaces, puddles are reduced as they are fully smooth.
- The simple installation method makes it possible to rapidly place resin-bound balconies on top of the existing surface.
- The unclosed finish can last for years as a simple way to preserve resin-bound balconies.
- Additional anti-slip technologies in resin-related balcony alternatives can be included, depending on client requirements.
- The layout may contain patterns, boarders, names and symbols.
- Easy maintenance, leaves removed by a swift sweep. Moss can be washed away by pressure. The surface can be cleaned without damage by a power washer.
- Free Site Visit and Survey
- Full Insured
- No hidden Costs
- Professional Workmanship
- 15 Years Experience
- British Standard Compliant
Suggested Resin Bound Balcony Products
- Stonex 1-3mm –
it is a tiny natural, coloured stone, knitted close to give a smooth appearance. A PU stone covered in combination with a stable UV polyurethane binder ensures a quick colour surface. This is a pore-based product, so water will naturally flow back into the water table when placed on a porous asphalt. If set on a concrete sub-base, this foundation would ideally be constructed to drop and the water would drain from the ground.
There are a variety of natural and coloured aggregates available on the market. Each unit has its own distinctive characteristics, such as hardness, resistance to skid, abrasion, etc. The aggregate is coloured with different organic and/or inorganic pigments and heat-treated, epoxy-or polyurethane-coated. The quartz is more or less UV susceptible depending on the chosen pigments and/or resins. We suggest the use of a PU-coloured scheme for areas subjected to direct UV light.
We would always recommend a stable UV (aliphatic) polyurethane binder for external installations. Polyurethane binders may also be used indoors and have a certain flexibility, which makes movement in the subbase possible for a small amount. An epoxy binder is an appropriate binder. These bonds cure slowly which means they do not handle much, if any, motion in the subbase, although it implies that they are much more difficult than a polyurethane. When exposed to UV light, epoxy binders will turn yellow over time.
Preparing Sub-Bases for Installation of Resin
- Resin-bound surfacing is either asphalt or concrete, which is most common and suitable. Ideal for low-preparation overlays. On top of a 3/6-inch compressed MOT foundation, eco-grid devices can be used. We can install against the house walls, blocking edges, pin twists, wood or beads of aluminum (edging profiles). Edging profiles in either a straight or flexible length are accessible. They act as a retainer for the resin bound aggregates and, when necessary, provide straight definition and edge protection. The edging’s standard length is 2.5 metres.
- For walkways, our resin bound installations are installed at 12 mm to 15 mm and at least 15 mm to 18 mm for driveways. We have set up 1000 projects at such depths and have never had a cracking report before.
- DO NOT INSTALL RESIN BOUND WHILE IT RAINS. We will reschedule for the next accessible dry day if it rains on the day of your install.
Why should you choose our Balcony Resin Bound?
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