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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by rdh, Jan 3, 2001.
concrete border - curbing machine.
any one use these.
I get the junk mail brochures all the time in the mail, but I never really thought it was too big in the north east.
From what I've seen its pretty popular in the Carolina's, but most Florida.
Correct me if I'm wrong??
None of the landscaping companies around here use them. However, there are a few companies that do only that. 2 man operations that do the whole project in a few hours (or so I'm told).
I've never been wild about the look, so I haven't looked any further than that.
i have seen things like them here but is only used on top
of concrete , or blactop for parking lot curb. also noticed
one company put rebar in it.
never seen it used for landscape.must be because ground
Gets pretty cold in WI, too.
There are a few companies here in central Il. that are doing it. Seen several in condo communities. Some don't look too bad, others are hideous! Better be sure you won't want to change your flower bed or you'll have to get out the sledge hammer and pay em' to redo it.
I've bought one several years ago. I've used it on a couple of jobs. Does a decent job and looks fine. If you have any questions just let me know...
I have the machine and I seem to do about 50/50 of my jobs are conrete and the others are stone. There is more profit and less labor. any other ???
Do you do the curbing along with the landscaping biz or do you just do curbing?
jason r. I have doon one job that was not edging and it was a border for a brick patio. other then that I havent tried any thing but landscaping.