Considering commercial resin bound surfacing for your business premises? Whatever you have in mind, from a repair or small area to a complete, site-wide surface overhaul, the team at A&MT Contractors can deliver it.
We’re one of the UK’s most experienced commercial resin bound companies, with over four decades in the trade and specialist knowledge of this versatile surface. Sourcing only the very best quality materials and using the latest and greatest equipment, our highly trained team can deliver stunning, hard-wearing surfaces every time.
A family-run business with an emphasis on quality, we apply the same level of dedication and attention to detail to every project we undertake. There truly is no job too big or small for us, and with depots in both Peterborough and Romford, we’re well-placed to serve the whole of the UK.
If you’re looking for a competitive commercial resin bound quote, get in touch with us today.
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Why resin bound?
Perhaps you’ve already made your mind up that resin bound surfacing is for you. But if not, there are a number of reasons why businesses are increasingly choosing it over the likes of asphalt, tarmac and gravel:
- A vast array of colours and textures are available to choose from, allowing you to give your premises an attractive, cohesive look – whether you’re looking for something rustic or modern.
- Unlike many other surfaces, resin bound resists both high and low temperatures extremely well. When installed correctly by our expert team, it won’t fade or crack.
- Resin bound is permeable, mitigating drainage issues and making it a sustainable, environmentally-friendly option.
- It can last for two decades or more when correctly installed.
- It requires very little maintenance – just occasional sweeping and pressure washing – and won’t begin to look untidy like gravel can.
Still unsure about the surface? Why not get in touch with us today – we’ll be happy to help you decide which material is right for you.
Why choose us
- Specialist resin bound surfacing contractors
- Trusted family business since 1976
- Emergency 48 hr pothole repair service
- Available 24/7, seven days a week, including bank holidays
- No quibble guarantee to complete on schedule
- Free no-obligation quotes and advice
We’re proud to have worked on a vast number of commercial resin bound projects over the years – as well as residential ones too. Here is just a small sample of our work…
Other services we offer
Looking for something other than commercial resin bound surfacing? We’re happy to help. As groundworks, resurfacing and drainage experts with more than 40 years in the trade, we can cater for practically any commercial need – from pothole repairs to complete car park construction projects.
- Asphalt Surfacing: A tried and tested surface that’s perfect for yards, access roads, car parks and more. Ask our asphalt contractors for a quote today.
- Pothole Repair: Whether you have a small hole that needs repairing or a giant crack in your yard surface, our pothole repair contractors can get it sorted.
- Groundworks: From drainage system design to finishing touches like kerbing, our groundworks team can do it all.
Areas we serve
Our two depots, located in Peterborough and Romford, allow us to serve not only the Midlands and South East England, but the entirety of the UK. We’ll work around you, ensuring your project is delivered on time and to the highest possible standard.
Where can the resin bound material be used?
Resin bound can be applied to a wide range of areas, from walkways and courtyards to driveways and car parks. Provided it’s installed correctly, it can be an effective surface even on higher-traffic areas
How long can commercial resin bound surfacing last?
We have known installations to last for two decades or more before the surface begins to show noticeable signs of wear. Although no surface will ever last forever, resin bound is certainly more durable than most.
Is commercial resin bound surfacing more expensive than tarmac?
It is typically more expensive, yes, but it has a number of advantages over tarmac. For one, it’s permeable, which means that you won’t need to invest in a drainage system (which will also require maintenance). It’s also more customisable, with a variety of colours and textures available, and is more resistant to cracking in extremes of temperature.