Coloured Asphalt From NatraTex
Coloured asphalt is useful for a wide range of applications. From coloured roads to playgrounds and cycle paths, coloured asphalt plays an important role in creating attractive spaces and keeping road users and pedestrians safe. It is widely believed that asphalt can only come in black, similar to coloured tarmac. However, that is not the case anymore. Through the addition of vibrant pigments in the manufacturing process, asphalt can be produced in a wide spectrum of colours.
Here at NatraTex, we have an expansive range of coloured asphalt products that are perfect for a whole host of surfacing applications. This includes NatraTex Cotswold, NatraTex Colour and NatraTex Eco.
Neutral Buff Surfacing with NatraTex Cotswold
The flagship product of our range, NatraTex Cotswold is available in a range of neutral tones that are sympathetic to natural environments, such as park footpaths. NatraTex Cotswold can be used as a neutral coloured tarmac alternative to create an aesthetically pleasing finish as well as a cost-effective and multi–purpose surface which is suitable for highways, roads, footpaths, cycleways, playgrounds and domestic use.
NatraTex Cotswold is often used in recreational, regeneration, residential and retail projects. From car parks and footpaths to access roads and driveways, the neutral tone of this coloured tarmac alternative blends seamlessly with the natural environment while providing a low-maintenance, smooth and safe surface
Vibrant Coloured Surfaces with NatraTex Colour
Our most vibrant coloured asphalt in all of our range, NatraTex Colour is available in a wide range of hues including grey, red, blue, terracotta and more. Suitable for the creation of MUGA’s, playgrounds and more. NatraTex Colour can be used to great effect to create eye-catching, safe outdoor environments which are both multi–purpose and pleasing to the eye.
Our coloured asphalt combines key ingredients from our other hard landscaping products to produce a durable, full bonded, natural aggregate wearing course that is available in a variety of finishes. NatraTex is flexible in its usage and is ideal for roads and paths in both public and domestic sectors.
NatraTex Colour has been used across the country to create attractive outdoor spaces that are low-maintenance. To see our coloured asphalt in all of its glory, head over to our portfolio.
The Benefits of Coloured Asphalt
Coloured asphalt has a smoother finish and provides better tyre grip compared to coloured tarmac, making it much safer and more suitable for roads and driveways. Using NatraTex Colour for coloured asphalt surfacing is a fantastic way to highlight certain sectors and is incredibly successful in leisure areas with a need to delineate one section from the other.
Our NatraTex Colour range is a versatile product that produces asphalt-style surfaces in a range of vivid, long lasting colours. By placing such an emphasis on the colours, the NatraTex Colour range has become one of the most popular and reliable choices for coloured asphalt within the surfacing sector.
How Do I Find Out More Information?
If you’re looking for a better alternative to coloured tarmac, you can read more about NatraTex Cotswold and NatraTex Colour on our website. You can also try out our surfacing products by requesting a free sample, simply fill in your details, select your desired samples and they will be delivered directly to you.
Our team of dedicated staff are always happy to help, whatever the challenge. If you have any questions, queries or for a personalised quote, please get in touch today by calling us on 01594 820250 or by sending an online enquiry.
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