What Type of Edging Can I Use for my Resin Bound Paving

Category: Sureset Blog

Posted 6th December 2019 by Anne Shave


There’s an area in your outside space that needs to be done, it has been niggling at the back of your mind for some time now.

You have decided to go ahead with your project, have picked what resin-bound paving product you are going to use and what colour and style you’re going for, but have you thought of what finishing touches you are going to use, how are you going to finish your dream driveway or patio.

It doesn’t matter how big or small your project is, it’s the small things that can turn an excellent finished product into an amazing product. Small can still be striking with the right accessories.

Whether you are having a Patio, Driveway, Pathway or Steps, resin bound will need some sort of edge restraint, this can be any type of existing edge, such as:

  • Block paving

This is used to provide a robust edge to your driveway or patio and can be used in many creative ways to become a focal point or just a nice decorative feature.




  • Kinley edging systems

Can be used to edge lawns, paths and driveways, its strong and durable, low maintenance, and easy to install




  • Existing walls

You can use any existing wall to lay your resin-bound up to, decreasing the amount of edging you will need.




  • Paving Slabs

These can be used in a similar way to bricks, making them a visual focal point to your installation, not just as an edging tool.



  • Flexible edging

If you are being creative and having a decorative aspect within your installation, you can use flexible edging, enabling you to create patterns within your desired space, but as this is a lightweight material normally formed from aluminium, it’s not sufficiently strong enough to act alone on a drive, patio or pathway edge, normally it would be used in conjunction with the options above.




There are options to edge your steps as well, Dural Diamonstep profile or a Bullnose Step, are available in different colours and sizes to meet all your needs, as well as Anti-slip.





There are many fabulous ways to use different types of edging within your installation, whether your project is modern, traditional or contemporary, with added focal points or utilitarian and straightforward.