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What is Extruded Concrete Curbing?

  What is Extruded Concrete Curbing?  It involves a special  concrete mix, which is a mixture of Portland cement, sand    and fiber  mesh for added strength. Curbing can be colored to accent brick, stucco or rock. 

This special concrete mix is fed through the curb  machine. The curb machine pushes the concrete through a mold that extrudes the shaped concrete into an inexpensive, unique, concrete, continuous edging landscape border.

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Property Line – Provides clean division between different colored rocks, or between rock and grass landscaping.


Beautifies your landscape with an attractive new look.


Saves hours of edging, trimming, and weeding time.


Design flexibility allows curves, turns and contours.


Concrete provides a durable, permanent, effective, continuous root barrier, unsurpassed by other edgings.


Strong and functional.


Fast, clean, efficient installations without the problems of costly formwork.


One-day installation.


Less expensive, higher quality.



After care for your curbing:

Curbing takes about 28-30 days to cure.

During the first 7-10 days you will need to keep items such as gardening tools, lawn mowers, children and pets away from the curbing to protect the curbing from damage. The most delicate time is the first 24 hours after installation. The first few days the curbing is soft; if you or your pets step on the curbing, this can scratch or damage the curbing. Typical damage that happens to your curbing is made from water. Please make sure sprinkler systems and irrigation or drainage from pools does not come in contact with curbing for at least 24 hours.

Color: Once in a while curbing with color in it may look "splotchy" for a few days while it is curing. This will go away as it cures and is not to be confused with efflorescence. Efflorescence (white powder substance) can give the curbing an unattractive look. This is commonly made from sprinkling systems. The amount of the efflorescence varies depending upon the hardness/volume of water that gets on the curbing. Check your sprinkler heads while the system is on and adjust them to minimize the amount of water sprayed directly on the curbing. A solution of 50/50 vinegar and water with a light brushing will remove the efflorescence. This may have to be done a few times; eventually, the efflorescence should go away.

Warranty: Concrete curbing, like all other types of concrete, will crack. If it should crack, we will repair it at no charge during the warranty period. A warning however, is important to note repairs can be difficult to make in colored concrete. It is almost always impossible to get a perfect color match. Sometimes “the patch is worse than the crack”. A hairline crack is much less noticeable than a patch or discoloration in the curbing