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Addagrip Terraco Ltd

Manufacturers, Formulators and Suppliers of Quality Resin Based Surfacing Systems

+44 (0)1825 761333 www.addagrip.co.uk

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BBA approved Addaset selected for pathways at Restoration Yard, Dalkeith Estate, Scotland

Addagrip approved contractor Resarf Flooring Ltd has installed 800m2 of Addaset resin bound porous surfacing to the pathways and courtyard area of the newly restored Restoration Yard at Dalkeith Country Park in Scotland. The courtyard area required a natural aggregate surface that would be in keeping with the historic surroundings but hard wearing and low maintenance. The client selected BBA approved Addaset resin bound porous surfacing in a 6mm Maple Gold to create a decorative porous paving for the courtyard and pathways complementing areas of loose pebbles around the fountain and grass borders.

Terrabase Rustic Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

Addagrip are delighted to have been involved in the new Broad Walk project at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew with an installation of over 3000sqm of our innovative new porous paving system, Terrabase Rustic, The new Terrabase Rustic surface is hard wearing, low maintenance with no loose stone and provides a seamless, natural rustic SuDs compliant pathway which looks very much at home in the grounds of London’s historic Royal Botanic Gardens. Terrabase Rustic's innovative patented design means that it does not need a concrete or asphalt base.

Terrabound Resin Bound surfacing installation at Abbotsford House, Scotland

Resin Bound porous Terrabound was selected for the new surfacing at Abbotsford House as part of the lottery funded restoration of the property completed in May 2013. Addagrip approved contractor The Fraser Bruce Group carried out the 850sqm installation of 6mm Rhine Gold Terrabound Resin Surfacing at a depth of 18mm to the courtyard and garden pathways. It was essential throughout the works that the aesthetics of the system were not compromised and the joints were kept to a minimum. The result is a durable, porous, low maintenance, decorative finish in a natural aggregate to complement this historic building.

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