Imprint Surfacing offers significant benefits over traditional blockwork
Posted by Danny Corder on Wed 19th April 2017
We recently filmed one of our gangs installing Imprint to a car parking area in Pinhoe, Exeter.
Imprint surfacing is a hot-applied thermal resin-based product available in a variety of styles and colours.
Not only is it longer-lasting and harder-wearing than traditional blockwork but it also offers additional safety benefits such as a high skid-resistance value (SRV) and a behaviour similar to tarmac which reduces the risk of trip hazards (unlike blockwork).
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