Curbing FAQ's
"They" are not pieces or sections. The breaks you see approximately every 3' are expansion / control joints. The curbing is installed on each job site.

It is definitely more appealing now than prior to 1999. As far as it lasting over a long time frame, it mainly depends on the installer and how well the customer takes care of it! We use top of the line products to insure long lasting curb and even go that extra mile and use a special additive and sealants to insure the clearest & consistent color.

We are so confident you will love installed curb, that we have a Satisfaction Guarantee! We collect our money once the work is completed and you are completely “Satisfied”! We take it a step further and give you a “one year warranty” on materials and workmanship.

We dig about 2 ½ inches deep by 10 inches wide. This can be done without disturbing your existing landscape beds. There is no footer as the curb is concrete and is its own footing.
The benefit of our concrete curbing is that is a continuous piece of concrete. Individual blocks or bricks will shift over time and in the winter. Our curb is fibermesh reinforced which is designed to take the place of rebar or steel and adds strength to the curb. We place control/expansion joints every 3 feet and are cut about 40% into the curb. This is designed to control the cracking of the curb during shifting periods and colder months. If the curb should crack, it should crack in the expansion joint and not be noticeable.
All of the colors are iron oxide pigments that are mixed into the concrete during the mixing process. The color will not flake off or disappear over time. You may experience a little fading, but this is normal in any outdoor color application. A sealer can aid in the lifetime of the color, we recommend sealing every year.