RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing featured on ITV’s This Morning
RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing
RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing has been featured on ITV’s This Morning as part of the ’Sewing the Seeds of Love’ series where garden designer Diarmuid Gavin is sent around the country surprising worthy citizens with a garden makeover.
The surfacing was used in a garden makeover at Heytesbury Primary School in Warminster, Wiltshire.
A 10 year old pupil named Archie requested the garden as a memorial garden for his sister Isobel, who died of a brain tumour while a pupil at the school.
The dull black macadam surfacing was overlaid with RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing using Sesame Gold aggregate to create a more cheery and aesthetically-pleasing setting for the many flowers and shrubs planted in Isobel’s memory.
The RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing was donated by specialist manufacturer Ronacrete and laid, free of charge, by Trowbridge-based and Ronacrete-approved PJJ Contractors Ltd.
The surfacing was laid over a weekend, to surprise the children, whose reactions were filed by the This Morning crew.
RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing is a porous, UV stable, resin bound aggregate surfacing.
Its functional properties and decorative appearance make it an attractive choice for a range of paving applications.
A 15 year guarantee is available.
Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics in Cheshire needed surfacing to withstand wear from foot traffic, quad bikes and vans for the pathways to the new Discovery Centre completed in 2011. Landscape architects Grant Associates chose RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing as the permeable surfacing to the pathways.
Ronacrete’s RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing was used as part of an outdoor learning and education extension project at Christ Church First School in Somerset.
The Barclays Cycle Hire bike docking station (affectionately known as Boris’ bikes) in Shoreditch Park, London is now benefitting from the installation of RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing from Ronacrete. The permeable, SuDS compliant paving solution provides an attractive, slip-resistant surface that prevents surface water pooling. The resin used in RonaDeck is resistant to ultra-violet light meaning that it will not darken or yellow.
Refurbishment of the Grade 2 listed Highfield Library included resurfacing work as part of external works to improve the footpath leading to the library and installing anti-slip nosing strips to the steps. Sheffield contractors, TH Michaels, asked Ronacrete Approved Contractor, Route One Highways to supply and install SuDS compliant, RonaDeck Resin Bound surfacing to the footpath and Golden Harvest aggregate for slip resistant library access.
Ronacrete’s RonaBond HB40 high build repair mortar and Ronafix Pre-packed Render/Screed have been used to repair and protect the spalling concrete at the Queen Alexandra Hospital nurses accommodation in Portsmouth. RonaBond HB40 combines strength and ease of application for the repair of concrete façades and soffits. Ronafix Pre-packed Render/Screed produces a fair faced finish on concrete surfaces.