You Deserve The Best Concrete Edging
Do you remember a long time ago, when you called a contractor and an actual person answered or called you back? Your call is important to our family owned and operated business, so important that, your call will be answered by one of the owners of our company. You first is our attitude, not us first. Your satisfaction with your new concrete edging is our goal because you will tell your friends and neighbors about us.
From beginning to end, you will find quality throughout the entire process. We do the extra things that other companies just don’t offer. For example, concrete edging, also called curbing, looks its best with simple graceful lines. Therefore, when replacing plastic edging many times the new concrete edging will be placed in a little different location. This may leave a small strip of grass inside your new edging. This grass is easier to remove before the new concrete edging goes in. If you want to remove this grass yourself, we will be happy to mark off the location of your new curbing a few days before installation. However, if don’t have the time, we would be happy to include this service in your estimate.
Maybe you would like more landscape fabric and rocks, or mulch installed behind your new concrete landscape edging. We offer that service too. If you would like us to remove your old plastic edging, that service includes us cutting the edging into four-foot lengths and taping them together into bundles, so they are easy for you to toss into your trash. The ultimate service that saves you time and labor is called a fence rescue. See before and after photos.
The point is we don’t just sell you concrete edging and leave you with an incomplete project. Getting to your project and then finishing as quickly as possible is not the way we do business. That's why "Quality Throughout" is our tag line.
What Is Concrete Edging?
Beauty, increased value and ease of function are the attributes of custom continous concrete edging. The beauty stems from the unbroken gentle flowing lines encapsulating your home's plantings and providing seperation from your green lawn. Your home's increased curb appeal will help increase value and set your home apart, while at the same time ease your landscaping maintenance.
When choosing between your landscape edging types, you have a choice between plastic, metal, rock or concrete. Plastic edging requires lots of constant trimming to prevent the grass from growing over it. Over time though, it tends to work its way out and the mower hits and breaks it. Steel edging is usually used in commercial aggregate applications. Individual sections of landscape edging are hard to install evenly, lets grass invade and over time the appearance becomes snaggle toothed.
Concrete edging is long lasting and continuous from one end to the other. A cable can be encapsulated during the formation of your custom concrete edging. This cable allows the edging to rise and lower as one piece. Concrete edging, sometimes called curbing because of its size, provides additional benefits. The edging is 6 inches wide on the bottom and 4 inches high in the back and 3 inches in the front. The width helps prevent grass from growing in flower gardens. The height helps prevent your rock or mulch material from spilling onto your lawn. String trimming is also much easier or can be elimated with the Mower Profile. Custom Concrete Edging provides beauty and function in one.
How Much Does Concrete Edging Cost?
Unfortunately, there is no fast and simple answer. There are several variables. How many colors do you want, none, one or two? Do you want a texture? Do you want stampings? Do you want us to extend your drain spouts? Do you want old edging and grass removed? Do you want new landscape fabric and more rock or mulch added? Do you want to include a cable to provide added strength?
In order to give you an accurate quote, we need to talk about the scope of your project and take measurements. Call us, we still like communicating by phone. Let's get your project scheduled for early spring 2021, so you can enjoy the beauty and function of your new concrete edging all summer long.
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