Adding visual definition to an area, kerbs in a paving scheme perform a number of functions, creating edge restraint details, delineating areas for vehicular and pedestrian use, and deterring over-riding by vehicles. These units allow kerbs to be constructed to suit the demands of anticipated levels and types of traffic, while maintaining the aesthetic coherence of a scheme. We offer a choice of profiles and upstand depths, with a range of units for crossovers, corners and radii.
Boot, Cant & Bullnose kerbs
The Boot kerb should be laid in a vertical orientation for heavily trafficked areas, although it can also be laid horizontally for use in lightly trafficked areas. These units may also act as a transition between paving and brickwork, with brickwork being built directly on them. Cant and Bullnose kerbs are only suitable for very lightly trafficked areas. Purpose made returns and drop sets are available to order.
Typically used to facilitate access for vehicular or other wheeled traffic where the general run of kerbing is an upstand kerb, the Crossover Kerb may also be used as a kerb in its own right. Alternative angles of slope are available to order.
Half batter kerbs
The half batter kerb is intended for vertical installation but may also be laid horizontally depending on the depth of upstand and visual appearance required. In such cases, purpose-made returns and drop sets are available to order
Typically used at a drop kerb position in conjunction with a half batter drop kerb set, flush kerbs may also be used as a kerb or edging in its own right