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Any resin patio or resin driveway will cost considerably less than other kinds. It all depends on the quantity and the size of your order, though. If you were to install a pre-existing base with a resin-bound overlay driveway, it would significantly reduce the price. Surveyors estimate that it would cost between £60 and £80 per square meter. Without overlay, £30 more per square meter due to the sub-base would need to be installed.

Since every single project is unique, you cannot estimate an exact figure. You must take in a few points when coming to the correct conclusion for you. For instance, the size of your driveway and the required depth should be considered. The choice and size of aggregate also matter. The type of resin utilised and the use of the driveway are also to be a factor. Finally, transport and labour costs are a staple in any physical project such as this. 

A resin driveway, resin patio, or any resin surface will likely last over a decade without any significant issues. If installed properly, you can rest assured that it’ll be in good condition for a very long time. Every single instance is different, of course, but the average finished article tends to last more than long enough to satisfy a homeowner. 

Any resin patio or driveway can be pressure washed. It is suggested that homeowners don’t do much of this themselves, however. It’s much better to let professionals do this job. It’s not as simple as splashing the driveway with the hose. While it’s a relatively simple job, damage can be done if not done entirely correctly. Too much, and it’ll likely break the surface. 

Tarmac is a surface that has been used for generations. It tends to be the go-to for homeowners looking for the cheapest option. Resin is not more affordable than tarmac, but it provides so much more. Tarmac is not very aesthetically pleasing, it fades quickly, and it might not be permeable. 

Resin is a lot cheaper than block paving, however. It’s considered very aesthetically pleasing in its own right, but it is costly and tends to be bought by those who do not see money as an issue.