Concrete Curbing Styles
Concrete curbing comes in a variety of rounded, angled and flat styles, the most popular being the Slant, the Mower and the Curb. These are the 3 most popular styles for residential curb because of their smaller footprint, flexibility and wider variety of textures available
The Slant style became popular in the 90's because it can be stamped and textured or done in regular gray concrete as can the Curb style. But, unlike the Curb style, it has the unique ability to also hold in gardening materials because the back of the curb is higher than the front. The front side of the curb is generally set at ground level to accommodate lawn mower wheels. The slanted look shows off any texturing or stamping that may be applied.
The Mower style is very popular because it is installed to both accommodate a lawn mower wheel and at the same time retain gardening materials because of its higher back side. It also has great curb appeal because it sets off the landscaping with a picture frame type of look.
The Curb style is generally set at ground level for lawn mowing. It is very popular in commercial lawn settings because it handles larger mower wheels and has a more massive look. It can be installed as regular gray concrete or it can be stamped and textured. Because it is set at ground level it is not as easily seen from the street and therefore leaves a groomed look without seeing as much concrete edging.