Frequently Asked Questions

person standing on stamped brick borderQ: How long does an average job take?

A: An average job of 150 feet will take about 4 hours from start to finish.

Q: Will you damage my yard during the curbing installation?

A: No. There is no heavy equipment brought onto your property or lawn. The machine used to make the curb is about the size of a lawn mower.

Q: Do I need to do anything to prepare for your arrival?

A: There are a few things that our team will need in order to complete the job, including access to a water source (hose hook-up). At the time of the installation, all underground utilities should be clearly marked such as sprinklers systems, dog fences, and telephone/television/cable wires.

Q: Should I be concerned with flowers and plants in my flower bed?

A: No. Since our machines are compact and no wider than about two feet, they will not damage your existing beds or any other foilage.

Lil' BubbaQ: Must I be present when the curbing is installed?

A: No. You do not have to be present during the installation.

Q: How long does the curb last?

A: The curb lasts a lifetime with proper care and maintenance.

Q: Can I buy them in pieces?

A: No. The curb is installed on-site using a unique extruded process. It's all one piece.

Q: Can I afford it?

A: Compared to do-it-yourself blocks or edging that you can purchase and install yourself from a home improvement store, our prices are very competitive.

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