Upgrade Options During Concrete Kerbing Renovations

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Upgrade Options During Concrete Kerbing Renovations

24 May 2019
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One of the landscaping tasks that homeowners may face is renovating and repairing concrete kerbing. Your initial reaction to this issue is likely to replace what is currently in place with the same style. Though this may be an easy option, it doesn't update or change the kerb appeal of your landscape. Here are some upgrade options to consider when you are facing kerbing renovations.

Concrete Kerbing Colour

One of the main upgrades you can make to your concrete kerbing during a renovation is changing the colour. Though the most common colour is concrete grey, there are other options that can change the entire look of your landscape. For example, if you want a more rustic natural look, you can go with a sandstone colour. You can also choose to go with a rustic black if you are concerned with having the kerbing blend in with asphalt driveways and walkways. There are other colours available, and some kerbing contractors can help you with custom colours to fit your needs as well.

Concrete Kerbing Stamping

The colour you have for your current kerbing may be ideal for your needs. The issue may be that you still want to have a new look for your kerbing. One way to do this is to use concrete stamping. Stamping allows you to have different designs and patterns put into the kerbing to make it look like bricks, cobblestone, textured clay, slate and even basket weave patterns. You can also have different styles put on various areas. For example, you can use a textured option for front yard kerbing while you use cobblestone for kerbing around driveways and patios.

Concrete Kerbing Shapes

You may believe that kerbing comes in only a few shapes and sizes. The truth is, there is a wide range of shapes in kerbing to fit your style and landscape. For example, you can go with a rounded mould shape, parking undercarriage, slanted or a custom design that fits your landscape ideal. You can even have alternating kerbing designs and shapes to give a unique look to your landscape and kerb appeal.

When you are ready to renovate, repair and upgrade your concrete kerbing, call your concrete contractor. They can help you with your renovations, options and pricing questions you may have. They can also help you with any further kerbing issues you may have as well. If you have custom designs in mind, a kerbing contractor can help work with you to get the ideal finished look you want.