Black impressions with silver flecks creating a stunning colour combination which works incredibly well with any project.
Eclipse Resin Bound Gravel Sample
The Eclipse Resin Bound Gravel sample jet black interspersed with silver flecks.
It creates a sparking colour combination that works well across larger areas.
The angular gravel is ideal for driveways, paths and patios.
Where is Resin Bound Gravel used?
Resin Bound Gravel is used extensively on driveways, car parks and pathways.
It is popular in both domestic and commercial areas including in play areas and patios.
It is designed to complement surrounding buildings.
Where can I find out more?
To find out more information call 01246 418144.
Alternatively, fill out the contact form here.
What are the benefits of selecting a gravel driveway over alternatives?
Gravel has been used as a driveway material for many years and is a popular choice. It is strong, long-lasting, weatherproof, natural and provides an attractive first-view of the home entrance.
Is gravel a good material for drainage?
Yes. Gravel is a SUDs compliant solution that acts as an effective base for drainage. Gravel is able to suit various ground conditions and can be used alongside resin binder in order to be a permeable surface. This allows rainwater to drain naturally into the ground below.
Do you provide gravel samples?
Yes. We have several sample cases available which provide over 40 gravels, these are perfect to show to customers in order to help them to choose gravel that is perfect for their needs. Individual product samples are also available.
What are the delivery costs?
The delivery cost for the order can be found at the basket and checkout stage.
How much gravel is needed per project?
To calculate the volume of gravel needed for a specific area, our highly useful resin bound gravel calculator can be found here.
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