Phoenix curbing installation is done by the landscape experts of Pro Outdoor Services, serving the Central and Northeast Valley including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Carefree, Cave Creek, Fountain Hills, and Paradise Valley. Concrete curbing is the way to go if you want your garden, lawn, or path to have a more finished and polished look. Concrete is the preferred material for landscape curbing because it is durable and cost-effective. But before you agree you decide whether concrete curbing is the right option for you, you should familiarize yourself first with concrete edging so that you would know whether you are making the right decision.
Concrete is durable
One of the main advantages of concrete as a material for Phoenix curbing is its durability. It is not prone to deterioration like rotting and warping, even in extreme weather conditions. If you agree to have poured concrete edging, you can also be assured that it would stay on for good unlike other materials like wood, metal, and plastic. Moreover, pre-cast concrete holds up well as a landscape curbing.
There are plenty of design options
Compared to other curbing materials that aren’t visible, concreted curbing is something you would want your visitors to see. It doesn’t hurt that there are lots of design options that you can choose from, enhancing the look of your garden or landscape.
You don’t need to settle for drab, gray concrete. You can have poured edging come in warm, earthly colors that can complement the look of your garden. Even the pre-cast options such as brick, blocks, and pavers come in various colors that can match up well with the rest of your landscape. You can even have brick veneers, stone tiles applied on top of the concrete Phoenix curbing to give your landscape a more decorative look.
If you’re considering poured concrete edging, you should be set on the design and layout of your landscape, and comfortable with it remaining the same for quite some time. However, pavers, bricks, blocks and other pre-cast concrete edging allow for flexibility when it comes to changing your landscape since you can simply remove the individual pieces and reform the beds.