Landscape Curbing

About Curbing &
Creating Landscape Borders


The idea of using extruded concrete to create landscape borders began in the early 1980s when the first curb machine was invented in Australia. At the time, and for many years after, plain gray and unstamped curbing was used as a landscape border to help with erosion control, drainage, or smaller commercial uses. Over the years, different forms of decorative concrete were introduced to allow curbing to imitate the look of brick, slate, stone, and other hard-scapes.

Today, integral coloring, antique release agents, and a wide range of stamping methods combine to create an attractive, permanent, and cost-effective landscape border for residential and commercial landscapes.

1.  Why Curbing?

  • Many homeowners do not realize that installation is quick and easy with no mess.
  • It's permanent and maintenance free.
  • Reduces trimming and edging time, and saves money by preserving bedding materials.
  • Prevents erosion and helps irrigate expensive flowers and plants.
  • Provides barriers for routs and borders for grass, patio's and driveways.
  • Other edging products rust, root, break and shift - but curbing remains vibrant for the life of your landscape!
  • As a result, curbing is the most cost effective, attractive and sensible product available today!

2.  Attractive!

  • Curbing beautifies and complements any landscape setting.
  • A clean, distinctive look that neighbors will envy.
  • A truly value added improvement in one day!
 

 

3.  Versatile!

  • Matches any style or hardscape, with looks of brick, stone, slate and many other products.
  • Curbing can border flowerbeds, mailboxes, driveways, tree rings, patio's, pools or any other setting.
  • Used in residential, commercial, new construction, older homes and all other types of properties.

4.  Stylish!

  • There are dozens of curb styles, shapes and patterns.
  • Add curbing to the front yard, back yard or the entire property.
  • A wide range of colors, accents, and antique looks to choose from means every curbing job is unique.
5.  The Many Uses of Concrete Curbing!

     Residential

  • Flower beds, Gardens and natural areas.
  • Tree rings, mailboxes and courtyards.
  • Around and hardscape settings.

     Commercial

  • Parking lots and curb stops.
  • Drainage and erosion control.
  • Around utility poles and lines.

     Municipalities & Parks

  • Playgrounds & common areas.
  • Neighborhood pools & clubs.
  • Golf courses, putt-putt courses and artificial greens.


Crescent City Curbing

We specialize in the exterior of your home!

  Contact: Phil Bayer
                 Manager
                 504-390-4813
                 Phil <at> CrescentCityCurbing <dot> com

 

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