Surfacing for Heritage Sites
HMS work on a number of historic sites installing resin surfaces that compliment its surroundings. For instance, some of our work includes English heritage sites, National Trust locations and listed buildings such as stately homes, chantry bridges and areas of national preservation.
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Surfacing that is sympathetic to its surroundings
Although resin bonded paving may be a modern and contemporary surfacing option, finished using the right choice of natural aggregate it lends itself seamlessly to traditional and historic projects.
Above all, the soft, sandy golden tones can produce a natural looking surface, while on the other hand, maintaining all the benefits of a modern surface:
- slip resistance
- minimal maintenance
- excellent durability
Most importantly, the organically sourced, untreated aggregate from the Cotswolds, Derbyshire and Europe ensures the surfacing looks 100% natural and is the perfect paving solution for heritage sites, stately homes and older buildings.
For instance, it is regularly used by clients such as Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, and The Royal Parks in London.
Therefore, your next heritage site or protected project will be in good hands with HMS.