Product name Decra®Stone
Suitability Bridges
Car parks
Cycle routes
Driveways
Footpaths
Pedestrian areas
Material Resin bonded (scattered)
Characteristics Anti-slip
Finishes Coloured
 
 
 

Decra®Stone is a non-permeable, resin bonded, decorative surfacing made from natural aggregates. Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, it is a low-maintenance and hard-wearing surface that is suitable for a variety of applications, including heritage sites.

Key features / benefits

  • Sealed surface prevents weed growth
  • Very little stone migration
  • Hard-wearing and low-maintenance
  • Highly durable and slip-resistant
  • Suitable for slopes, ramps and winter conditions
  • Environmentally-friendly - uses non-hazardous binders and natural aggregates

Applications

  • Footpaths
  • Driveways
  • Gardens
  • Bridges and ramps
  • Education sites
  • Heritage sites


Decra®Stone is a non-permeable, resin bonded, decorative surfacing made from natural aggregates. Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, it is a low-maintenance and hard-wearing surface that is suitable for a variety of applications, including heritage sites.

Key features / benefits

  • Sealed surface prevents weed growth
  • Very little stone migration
  • Hard-wearing and low-maintenance
  • Highly durable and slip-resistant
  • Suitable for slopes, ramps and winter conditions
  • Environmentally-friendly - uses non-hazardous binders and natural aggregates

Applications

  • Footpaths
  • Driveways
  • Gardens
  • Bridges and ramps
  • Education sites
  • Heritage sites


 
 
 
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HMS Decorative Surfacing Ltd
Unit 1, Evergreen Field Farm
Pincet Lane
North Kilworth
Lutterworth
LE17 6NE
Tel: 01858 881111
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