Our Work

We created a 22 step process that is executed to perfection on every jobsite.

Step 1: Job Preparation

The ground will be marked with spray paint by our professional crew to clearly designate the outline of your curbing design.

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Step 2: Trenching

Next, we use an exclusive sod trencher to remove any turf in the areas where we will be laying concrete curbing. This process will NOT disturb your existing landscape beds or the turf in front of your new curbing.

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Step 3: Concrete Mixing

Our special mix of concrete and additives is mixed on site to the specific color of your choice. The concrete is mixed on a mounted mixer on our Curb-It Trailer. No heavy equipment or concrete trucks are on your property.

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Step 4: Curb Extruding

Your concrete is hand shoveled into our top of the line curbing machine and extruded into your trench. Also, your concrete is laid throughout our exclusive ToughCurb Reinforcement Cable to prevent separation & settling issues.

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Step 5: Hand Troweling

After the curb has been extruded, all of your curbs are then troweled carefully & precisely by hand and adjusted if needed. By doing this by hand, we ensure that your continuous curbing is smooth, and level throughout the design.

Step 6: Cutting/Stamping

After troweling, we then make the pattern/stamp of your choice come to life. After this occurs, we cut control joints every 2 feet to give your curb the flexibility for the freeze/thaw cycle.

Step 7: Finishing Touches

Next, we use an exclusive sod trencher to remove any turf in the areas where we will be laying concrete curbing. This process will NOT disturb your existing landscape beds or the turf in front of your new curbing.

Step 8: Clean Up & Sealing

Your yard will be left as clean or better than when we arrived and your new curbing is now sealed with 2 coats of a high quality sealer to slow cure, enhance colors, and better protect your curb from sun and elements. 

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