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SureSet UK Ltd

SureSet UK Ltd are committed to providing you with consistently high quality Resin Bound Paving products, value for money and excellent installation service; backed by our 21 year guarantee. We offer a full supply and installation service for our Resin Bound Paving as well as all the materials required to complete a project yourself through our online self install shop.

We work hard to maintain the highest level of customer service, technical support and after-care, and engage with you to improve and evolve our range of products and services to reflect your needs. By continuously innovating and developing what we do, and how we do it, we strive to meet and even exceed your expectations.

By combining our superior clear resin and premium quality natural aggregate, marble and recycled materials SureSet UK Ltd offer you the highest quality resin bound paving that is permeable, durable, UV stable, smooth and accessible, easy to maintain and SuDS compliant.

Our extensive range of over 100 different aggregate blends include natural aggregates, Rounded and crushed marble, recycled products such as tires, shells, mirror and bottle glass as well as a range of recycled coloured glass which is available in every colour in the spectrum – hence its name ‘Spectrum recycled glass’.

Telephone Number
01985 841180
SureSet UK, 32 Deverill Road Trading Estate, Sutton Veny, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7BZ
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Case Studies

SureSet UK Ltd has 1 product.

(ECOS) Amphitheatre in Frome, Somerset

Key Features:

  • Application: Cleaning service
  • Area: 50m²
  • Base: Open grade asphalt
  • Ranges: Natural Aggregate and spectrum
  • Depth: 18mm
  • Edges: Existing brickwork
  • Installed: Summer 2004

The “European Community of Stones” (ECOS) Amphitheatre in Frome, Somerset has long been at the heart of the local community since its creation in the early ’90s. Located next to the popular Merlin Theatre, and on the campus of Frome Community College, the Amphitheatre has seen countless performances by college students, bands, local and international theatre groups, with a particular highlight being the ‘Virtual Festival’ hosted in 2000. This project involved the creator of the original artistic concept, Barry Cooper, connecting the theatre with schools from the European country’s that originally donated stones to the project, and included a huge community performance involving giant puppets and up to 500 local actors.

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