Working with Clearstone
Clearstone's Rock-solid quality assurance
We ensure the quality of your resin bound surfaces by handling every part of the process – from manufacture to installation. If anything goes wrong, we put it right. It’s that simple. We guarantee our resin bound surfaces against:
- Stone migration
- UV degradation
- Poor quality workmanship
- Colour change
Refer to our specification page for details of the correct base to install for a resin bound surface dressing.
BBA Certification For Clearbound System
Our BBA approval means we will continually meet the standards expected of our certificate and designers, specifiers and homeowners of our Clearbound system will continue to get solid reassurance of robust testing, consistency, reliability and fitness-for-purpose.
Go to the BBA website to see our: BBA Certificate No. 18-5548 – Clearbound
Resin bound surfacing: stylish, durable and eco-friendly
As an architect, landscaper or specifier, you need the reassurance of working with an experienced supplier who really understands this specialist material.
With 10 years of trading and 100k m2 of resin bound laid to date we know what we’re doing.
Clearstone offers a single point of responsibility from design through to completion of a project, with the technical knowledge and experience to control the whole process.
Our team can advise on site preparation, aftercare and maintenance. We provide specifications for the design loading, whether pedestrian, domestic vehicles, car park or access road traffic.
Site survey and CAD plans:
However detailed your requirements, Clearstone will work with you to achieve your vision. We have the in-house expertise to conduct full site surveys, produce accurate SketchUp and CAD plans.
Interpreting your creative ideas for a resin bound surface:
We love to work with imaginative designs. Throw us your ideas, be they logos, curves, letters, numbers or even images, and watch us make it real. From artwork, Clearstone can create stencils and a colour-matched palette for your approval. Read our Albion F.C. “Seagull” case study