York

If you are looking for a new driveway in the picturesque town of York and surrounding areas, then why not consider a resin drive from West Yorkshire Resin Driveways. Specialising in the installation of resin bound driveways, they have 15 years of experience in the industry and promise a quality job every time.

Benefits Of A Resin Drive

Resin Drives not only look stunning but are environmentally friendly and are easy to maintain. Formed by the bonding of natural stone aggregate mixed with a polyurethane resin, they have become a popular choice of drives across the UK.

They are available in a wide range of textures and colours including black, beige, autumn and yellow, to name a few and can instantly add kerb appeal and value to your property.

One of the main benefits of resin drives is that they can often be installed on top of your existing base whether it’s concrete or tarmac (depending upon the quality). Should the quality not be up to the requirements, we simply dig up the base and lay the resin on top.

Resin Drives are also environmentally friendly. Surface water on the driveway simply drains away to the water table, rather than sitting on top, which leaves less surface water.

Block Paving

Should you require a different product for your driveway, we can also offer block paving to add a touch of class to your drive, patio or parking area. You can find out more about the block paving process here.

Tarmac

We can also install a tarmac drive should you require it. Tarmac is still a popular choice for a driveway and is available in both red and black finishes. We guarantee all our tarmac work for 5 years. Read more about our tarmac driveways.

Driveway Cleaning Service

Being experts in driveways, we also know what maintenance is needed to keeping them in pristine condition. We can provide a professional driveway cleaning service in York, which can remove weeds, moss, lichen, algae AND black spot. Read more about our driveway cleaning service.

As well as the main area of York we also undertake work in Bishopthorpe, Nether Poppleton, Haxby, Pocklington, and Malton.