Resin Bonded Driveways Wexford – Resin Bound Surfaces

Resin Bonded Driveways Wexford

FCD Driveways are a 4th generation groundwork contractor in Wexford. We have been delivering high quality workmanship for over 40 years.

Resin bound is a new type of surface for driveways and patios in Wexford. We install resin bound and resin bonded surfaces for driveways, pathways, garden paths, patios and other general hard standing surfaces. We offer a range of stone type finishes.

Resin Bound Surfaces

A resin bonded surface is where the gravel stone is encapsulated in a clear resin and applied to a concrete or tarmacadam base.

The smooth finish of a resin bound area makes it compatible for use with driveways and patios, as well as wheelchairs and prams on public pathways. There are not a lot of maintenance requirements with resin-bound gravel so it’s relatively easy to keep it clean and looking its best.

Occasional sweeping and washing should be done to remove any dirt and prevent debris from falling onto the surface and blocking the pores. Once installed, the resin bound specification is a durable and hard-wearing option which is highly resistant against damage from all types of traffic.

You get a long term guarantee if you choose to install a resin bonded or resin bound surface at your home in Wexford.

Our work is constantly checked by our suppliers guaranteeing that the quality of work never drops from the highest of standards that is expected of us.


Resin Bonded surfaces are becoming more and more popular in Wexford. It is more expensive than standard tarmac but its finish and durability make it a great long term option while it still delivers a beautiful entrance to any house.

If you are looking for a resin bound driveway or patio in Wexford, you should call us. We are the only company that will guarantee a top class job combined with competitive pricing.

CALL 051 274 987 or 087 912 0920 FOR YOUR FREE WEXFORD QUOTATION


9 Convent Hill, New Ross, Co. Wexford

Phone: 051 274 987

Mobile: 087 912 0920

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