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Resin driveway

  • 26-06-2021 4:13pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 7,055 ✭✭✭ jos28


    Looking for advice please. We have a concrete driveway and it's terrible. It is uneven and floods in one spot during heavy rain. I'm looking at alternatives, I really don't want cobblelock or imprinted concrete. The front of the house is north facing and I've noticed that moss is an issue for some of the driveways beside us.
    I was wondering if a gravel/resin driveway would work. Could this be used to even out the dipped area without digging the entire driveway up.
    Any advice much appreciated. This is the kind of thing I was thinking of
    https://www.creativedriveways.ie/resin-bound-limerick/


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  • Registered Users Posts: 15,162 ✭✭✭✭ KKV


    If you have water pooling, simply changing the style of driveway is unlikely to help out. You should look at installing drainage or such, instead.

    (that said, I do like the look of resin driveways).


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