A Harrogate-based resin drive expert – whose clients include luxury 5-star hotels and a globally-acclaimed gardens – has launched a new website to showcase its services and wealth of experience.
Over the years, YRC Resin Drives of Distinction has grown from installing resin drives at residential properties to offering a full range of services, including solutions and product installations for internal and external floors, walls, ceilings and flat roofs, to a wide range of private and commercial clients.
The company has delivered projects for organisations such as The National Trust, Rudding Park, RHS Garden Harlow Carr, and most latterly Grantley Hall.
Of the work at Grantley Hall & Spa, Richard Sykes, its managing director, said: “The customer experience begins with their arrival and first appearances very much count. We were delighted with the work of YRC and the courtyard and carpark look superb.”
The new website demonstrates the services YRC has to offer, as well as the approach the business takes to its work along with customer testimonials and answers to frequently asked questions.
Managing Director of the firm, Mark Kennedy, said: “YRC Resin Drives of Distinction has come a long way since laying its first resin driveway, and the new website will help tell our story.
“The quality of our work has ensured our name is recognised around the Harrogate District as a market leader in creating superb looking, low maintenance drives in a host of different settings, be it residential properties to world-famous commercial estates.
“We are also leading the way with the innovative creation of space, which helps bring redundant, unloved areas back to life.
“Our new website reflects the quality of work we endeavour to deliver and will make it far easier for customers to see how what we do can help bring their outside space to life – no matter how big or small.
“In addition to the new website, we also have a recently opened showroom, just off Leeds Road, Harrogate, which will be fully operational once the Covid restrictions are eased next month.”