Coloured paving is a fantastic way to brighten up outdoor spaces. From playgrounds and MUGAs to driveways and cycle paths, there are lots of reasons why coloured paving is the right choice for many projects.
NatraTex Coloured Paving
At BituChem, we produce a range of coloured paving solutions which fall under the NatraTex umbrella. Each is a cost-effective surfacing solution that is extensively used as resin bound alternatives, or as a low-maintenance solution to gravel.
NatraTex Cotswold is a neutral asphalt surface course available in two buff hues. As it is sympathetic to the environment, it’s the perfect choice for park footpaths, gravel footpaths, and decorative landscaping to highlight and draw the eye to the natural world.
NatraTex Cotswold is also a popular surfacing used in many areas including theme parks, tourist sites and other public attractions. The warm colour scheme and natural buff tones blend seamlessly into the surrounding environment and never look out of place.
The range is available in a rainbow of hues including:
- Light Grey
Our coloured paving brings projects to life thanks to their vibrant colours. It is created by adding coloured pigment in the manufacturing process, which results in bold, lively colours. To see NatraTex Colour in situ within regeneration, retail, residential and recreational projects, take a look at our case studies.
The Benefits Of Coloured Paving
NatraTex coloured paving is incredibly cost-effective and quick to install, enabling faster project times and efficient budget planning. As well as this, the surface itself is low maintenance and extremely durable; it’s easy to sweep and keep clean, which saves time and money while ensuring outdoor areas, paths and grounds look fantastic for many years to come.
Coloured Paving for Playgrounds
Coloured paving is an ideal choice for coloured playgrounds. Children love being outside, and the vibrant colours help to stimulate their imaginations and aid with their learning. We have had the pleasure of laying NatraTex Colour in exciting patterns and configurations for a whole host of schools across the UK. NatraTex Colour can also be used to create multi-use games areas (MUGAs) suitable for a range of different sports such as football, basketball, netball, and more!
Coloured Paving for Roads and Cycle Paths
Coloured surfaces and paving demarcate cycle areas, bus lanes, private roads, and driveways. Using striking coloured paving helps to draw the eye in traffic situations and ensure road users understand how to safely navigate the road. The hardwearing nature of NatraTex Colour makes it an ideal choice for these sorts of applications as it is vibrant, low maintenance and quick to install.
Coloured Paving for Paths
Hard landscaping and decorative landscaping play a big part in creating fantastic landscapes. Paths not only provide safe and convenient access for pedestrians but also look fantastic when used sympathetically outdoors. NatraTex Cotswold is available in two buff hues that are heavily influenced by nature and work well in the surrounding environment. This type of coloured paving is also used to create driveways and roads in prestigious new estates. For example, NatraTex Cotswold and Colour has been used in the creation of new developers from well-known property developers.
About NatraTex Coloured Paving
Throughout our history, we have developed an exceptional line of products used in a whole host of surfacing situations. As accredited members of both the Road Surface Treatment Association (RTA) and the Road Emulsion Association (REA), quality and craftsmanship are guaranteed to be of a high standard in all our hard landscaping and surfacing works.
For the finest coloured paving in the UK, come to BituChem Group. We develop exceptional products for all types of surfacing situations, and our team are committed to delivering the best customer service, no matter the scale of your project.
To find out more about our coloured paving, book a CPD session or request a sample. Alternatively, should you have any questions, take a look at both our Knowledge Hub and FAQs section or contact us to speak to a member of our team directly.