Constructing An Anti-Slip Swimming Pool Design Using Resin Bound


Introducing Resin Bound

If you have a swimming pool, hot tub, or jacuzzi, it’s a good idea to have at least some of its surrounding surfaces be coated with an anti-slip material to prevent accidents and to allow people to walk with confidence and ease near the water’s edge. Resin Bound paving solution from Making Ground is the perfect answer for creating surfaces that are skid-resistant and porous for water evaporation and reduction of surface temperatures. Water will drain instead of pooling, and temperatures will be significantly lower than those of asphalt or concrete. Resin Bound is a stronger durable system, providing a proven and tested anti-slip, anti-skid surface appropriate for both pedestrian and motor vehicle traffic, cutting down the risk of accidents.

A Variety of Finishes

Resin Bound is aesthetically pleasing and available in a variety of finishes. It is smooth to the touch, seamless, and highly decorative. Resin Bound is designed to be trodden upon by bare feet, rubber wheels, and shoes of all types. It encapsulates environmentally-friendly aggregates and forms a homogenous surface that is attractive to the eye, hard-wearing, and practical. It can be installed quickly and features no cut pieces and excellent resistance to chemicals.

Unlimited Colours

Making Ground’s Resin Bound Paving is available in a range of natural stone shades and a variety of bespoke colours such as:

  • Black
  • Grey
  • Green
  • Brown
  • Yellow
  • Purple
  • Blue
  • Red

There are even glow-in-the-dark varieties of Resin Bound using colours such as:

  • Turquoise
  • Green
  • Blue

If you need to custom match a particular shade or tone, get in touch with Making Ground, as this is completely possible. Different colours may be utilised in separate areas or even in adjacent ones, allowing for tremendous design possibilities. Our Resin Bound is UV-resistant, meaning that it’s colours will hold steady throughout it’s lifetime.

Installation

The installation process for Resin Bound is manual and very low-energy. Resin Bound can be cold-applied to a stable substrate and is completely non-toxic. Light foot traffic can start utilising Resin Bound surfaces in as little as two hours following installation, with a full cure for a surface averaging between seven and 12 days. Resin Bound consists of only a light layer, which reduces consumption of the material. It’s also seamless, requiring no cutting and resulting in virtually no waste. Resin Bound is easily cleaned, resistant to oil and makes for relaxed swimming pool maintenance. Resin Bound is completely flexible in that it can be poured in patterns, motifs and shapes to suit a pool owner’s decorative needs. Landscaping can be interspersed and integrated with the Resin Bound surfaces to suit an owner’s swimming pool designs and concepts.

Conclusion

In short, Resin Bound is a great material for surrounding swimming pools, hot tubs, and jacuzzis. It will serve swimmers, guests, and bystanders alike and can even handle light motor vehicle traffic. From both a practical and cosmetic point-of-view, Resin Bound is quick and easy to install, highly functional, and professional-looking. If you’re in the process of installing a pool or just thinking about one, Resin Bound should be on your list of considerations for adjoining surfaces.