Kwik Kerb edging is produced in 3 stages - Preparation, Laying, and Finishing. Our highly trained team is able to complete each stage quickly and efficiently, giving you the best quality kerbing on the market today.
Preparation: Perparation is critical to how the finished kerbing will apear. For areas that are already grassed, the design is marked out on the grass using marking paint. The unwanted grass is then removed using the edge-prep machine. This machine enables us to remove grass to a consistent depth. The trench is then finish graded and checked for proper compaction of the native soil.
Extrusion: Extrusion is where the kerbing begins to take shape. We mix our own concrete on-site with custom-blended sand designed by owner Tom Berry to give the best consistency and strength to the kerbing. The concrete is loaded into the extrusion machine to begin the extrusion process. Once the kerbing has been extruded, kerbing is smoothed with one of our proprietary trowls to prepare it for finishing and to ensure that the shape and slope are correct.
Finishing: The Finishing process is where the Kwik Kerb is colored, stamped, and sealed. The steps involved depend on the style of kerbing chosen.
Integral Color: For Integral Color, the colorant is added to the concrete during the mixing process, so during this step the kerb is only stamped and sealed.
Eurostyle: For Eurostyle, the colorhardner, a specially blended mix of concrete colorant and hardener, is trowled onto the surface of the kerb before it is stamped and sealed.
Eurobrick: For Eurobrick, the color compound is sprayed on before it is stamped and sealed.
The sealer used protects the kerb from UV radiation and fading, as well as providing it with some protection from water.
Our service aeras include Simpsonville, Greenville, Mauldin, Greer, Taylors. Fountain Inn, Easley, Anderson, Spartanburg and all of the Upstate.