We have several Styles to
choose from. If you do not see a style you are looking
Contact Us about your needs.
style became popular in the 90's
because it can be
stamped and textured or done
in regular gray concrete as can
the curb style. But, unlike the
curb style, it has the unique
ability to also hold in
gardening materials because the
back of the curb is higher than
the front. The front side of the
curb is generally set at ground
level to accommodate lawn mower
wheels. The slanted look shows
off any texturing or stamping
that may be applied.
is very popular because it is
installed to both accommodate a
lawn mower wheel and at the same
time retain gardening materials
because of its higher back side.
It also has great curb appeal
because it sets off the
landscaping with a picture frame
type of look.
6x4 Curb Style
style is generally set at ground
level for lawn mowing. It is
very popular in commercial lawn
settings because it handles
larger mower wheels and has a
more massive look. It can be
installed as regular gray
concrete or it can be
stamped and textured.
Because it is set at ground
level it is not as easily seen
from the street and therefore
leaves a groomed look without
seeing as much concrete edging.
6x6, 6x8 Curb
can be used like the regular
curb style or it can be used as
a retainer. The 6X6 is sometimes
the spec that is used by
commercial architects and it is
simply placed deeper in the
ground. Other applications may
include retention of gravel,
gardening materials or other
driveway or walkway situations.
Parking Lot Style
The parking lot style curb is
generally used for commercial
applications. It can be
installed as a tack down curb
which means it is epoxied to the
surface of the parking lot. The
chemical bond is stronger than
the curbing or asphalt. It can
also be pegged in addition to
epoxied to the ground.