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San Bernardino County

Adelanto
Apple Valley
Chino Hills
Chino
Colton
Fontana
Grand Terrace
Highland
Loma Linda
Montclair
Ontario
Rancho Cucamonga
Redlands
Rialto
San Bernardino
Upland
Yucaipa




Riverside County

Banning
Beaumont
Corona

Eastvale
Hemet
Homeland
Idyllwild
Indio
Lake Elsinore
March Air Reserve Base
Menifee
Mira Loma
Moreno Valley
Murrieta
Norco
Nuevo
Perris
Riverside
San Jacinto
Sun City
Temecula
Wildomar
Winchester

Orange County

Aliso Viejo
La Habra
Anaheim
La Palma
Balboa
Lake Forest
Brea
Los Alamitos
Buena Park
Mission Viejo
Costa Mesa
Monarch Beach
Corona Del Mar
Newport Beach
Coto de Caza
Newport Coast
Cypress
Orange
Dana Point
Placentia
Dove Canyon
Portola Hills
Foothill Ranch
Rancho Santa Margarita
Fountain Valley
San Clemente
Fullerton
San Juan Capistrano
Garden Grove
Santa Ana
Huntington Beach
Seal Beach
Irvine
Stanton
Ladera Ranch
Talega
Laguna Beach
Trabuco Canyon
Laguna Hills
Tustin
Laguna Niguel
Villa Park
Laguna Woods
Westminster
Yorba
Linda

We service the following counties and cities

In need of concrete curbing? Email us  the followinginfo.  We will get back to you within 24 hours with a price. Or just give us a call or text. We love to talk curb!


1153 HARLEY KNOX BLVD. PERRIS CA 92571 US

johnscrazycurbs@gmail.com

C O N T A C T   U S

- Is surface of the curb completely finished from front to back?

      Why?  The finish repels water. Unfinished concrete absorbs water, which will weaken it.



-  Are the control joints cut right, spaced evenly, and where they need to be?

       Why?  Control joints should be cut deep, but not all the way through. This allows                 shifting,   and in certain areas, proper water drainage? Normal placement of  control joints is     every 4   feet , with a few exceptions.  One  being  areas with tight turns . It is  recommended   to go with a 2 foot spacing in these areas. 

 


- Is the curb installed at the right height?

       Why?  If it is too high, extra soil may be needed  to be brought in , to accommodate curb .         Not to mention the trip hazard it presents when near a walkway . If it is too low, your lawn will   eventually overgrow the curb , rendering it useless. Pooling of water next to the curb, is usually   an indication of a curb that was installed too low.



- Did the  curb design get laid out right?

      Why?  The size of the area  is an  important  consideration when laying out the curb. Smaller 

areas  tend to look cleaner with straight lines . While as larger areas look better with large, sweeping curves, creating focal points , accenting trees and shrubs. It is recommended  to come off existing edging from a 90 degree angle.  Anything else will  create  a sliver (think of a pie) of curb, that will break off soon after being installed. Avoid creating areas which might be hard to mow ,  and always leave room for future plant growth.


 





 

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Very affordable. Call, or email us the requested info. on contact us page for same day price quote.