Curbing is a continual piece of concrete that is mixed and installed on-site. With a variety of styles, colors and patterns to choose from, our curbing is guaranteed to outlast all edging competitors while creating stunning landscape appeal. Our concrete is mixed with strength additives to withstand Wisconsin cold winters, heavy lawn mower tires and keeping landscape bed materials in place.
Scroll down to learn more about curbing styles, colors, patterns, installation process and more!
- Most Popular Style
- 3 Varieties of Patterns
- Made Strong for Mower Tire
- Great For Parking Lots
- 2 Varieties of Patterns
- Locks in Landscape Materials
- Most Efficient for Mowing
- Limited to Colors Only
- Clean Landscape Look
Our curbing is completely customizable! With a variety of patterns to choose from, you are able to choose the perfect pattern to enhance the landscape appearance of your home or business!
Texture & Roller Patterns
Texture and roller patterns are created by simply rolling the designated pattern onto the wet concrete soon after it's laid. As a cheaper option, it still produces that beautiful, clean-cut look you're looking for in your landscape!
With a beautiful, deep imprint into the concrete, stamp patterns give more of the eye-catching appeal from a distance. They are perfectly hand-stamped by our team of curb specialists and brushed over to eliminate cracking.
Random Cobble Tile
We have perfected the "natural" landscape edge look with our exceptional hand-crafted artistry, enhanced with a three color blend to give a continuous natural rock appearance. If you are looking for a stunning, natural edge to your landscape, Natural Curb is for you!
With over 50 colors to choose from, you are guaranteed to find the perfect color for your curb! Most customers choose to match their curb color to their siding, landscape theme or an accent color on their home or business. Choose your color today!
The Curbing Process
Are you interested in the curb installation process? Here are the steps we take to install your curbing.
Before installation, our foreman will walk around with you to do a "Paint Out". This is where we spray paint the ground exactly where you would like the curbing and go over any questions.
Next, we use a sod cutter to cut a 12 inch wide trench along the spray painted lines. We then level the trenches so that the curb lays flat and at the front of the trench.
We mix our concrete on-site. In this concrete mixture we add the color as well as fiber mesh for extra strength. We then wheelbarrow it into your yard, no heavy machinery required!
Finally we are able to "pump out" the concrete using a machine called an extruder. While concrete is being shoveled in, this machine forms the continuous piece of concrete while running a steel cable through the entire length for extra strength.
Once laid, the concrete needs to be troweled to smooth the surface of the curb. The pattern is then applied with control joints cut about an inch into the curb and every 2 feet to avoid cracking and allow seasonal movement.
About 1-2 weeks after installation, we will put a concrete sealant on your curbing. We suggest re-sealing your curb every 2-3 years. Scroll down to learn more about our re-seal services.
Re-sealing your curb is quick and easy with us!
For proper concrete curb maintenance, we suggest re-sealing your concrete curb every 2-3 years. Not only does re-sealing your curb provide a new, clear coat to protect from Wisconsin elements, it immediately brings the color and curb back to life. Fully equipped with efficient sealing equipment, we will be in and out in under 20 minutes! Let us take the stress of re-sealing your curb off your shoulders!
Contact us today for a free re-seal estimate!