Posts Tagged ‘Landscape Edging’
We install cobblestone edging too. It is quite popular in the area we live in. The photos below illustrate some of the steps we go through during the installation process. Generally speaking it is more expensive than the concrete edging. The cobblestones themselves are the main factor for the additional expense. They really look nice and…Read More
Pavers, Curbing and Kitty Cats
Do you want a spot for your cat or dog to lay? How about a nice border to go around your exotic plants? We can do that for you. We installed the edging to border the pavers, thereby keeping the pavers in place and keeping the mulch in the bed where it belongs. Oh, and it’s…Read More
Concrete Edging/Exposed Aggregate/Sealer- A Must!!
Slant style with a brick finish, bordering the bed from the sidewalk. Mulch washing over on the sidewalk. Has this ever happened to you? I see it a lot and the concrete edging does the job for you. The edging contains the mulch in the bed where you want it. Additionally, while we were here, we cleaned and…Read More
Landscape Edging- Concrete The Only Way to Go
I was looking at this photo before posting and was wondering what I could say about it. You know after a while it sometimes seems difficult to be descriptive about something that you (me) do every day. The curbing does its job so well it seems like it naturally belongs there. So it was difficult for me…Read More
Concrete Curbing-The Long and Winding Cart Path
It was a beautiful day to take a picture. We had finished this curb just a few days earlier. Before posting the photograph this morning I went to my editing program to re-size the picture. I have always thought the picture was awesome with the landscape, color and all. Take a closer look. Look at the left side of the cart path. It’s not finished. This photo serves as, what…Read More
Concrete Curbing Blending in with the Landscape?
I wanted to add another photo as to follow up on last weeks blog. This is another example of the concrete edging complimenting the landscape. This homeowner has some beautiful beds, but was having problems with the grass creeping in the bed and the mulch escaping. With beds this nice the homeowners did not want anything to…Read More
Concrete Curbing is Part of the Landscape
Concrete Edging in the landscape! We can all work together can’t we? As you can see in the photo there are two types of curbing. One red and one charcoal. If done properly the curbing blends in with the rest of the landscape. That is my goal when I install it for you. It should not…Read More
Is That Really Concrete? Yes It Is!
Yes, Yes, Yes. This is stamped concrete blog after all. We do a lot of this so let me explain a little. We arrive at the site with a trailer loaded with sand and cement. We also have a mixer on the trailer. We add the sand and cement along with the color and wheelbarrow it up…Read More
Slant Style Curb on Hill Side
This hill side job was around 200 feet of slant style curbing with tan or beige color. We scored the joints every 42 inches and used a tool to smooth them off. I knew this was going to be a tough job, but turned out much tougher than anticipated. We had more to pour up…Read More
Angle Mold, Stamped as Brick
The angle or slant style curb is very versatile for us. It allows up the most options for our different finishes. This is the curb we make to look like brick. It also allows us to use a roller texture. The slant style by itself stands out on its own. We can change the colors…Read More