Austin Concrete Curb Installation
Concrete curb installation is used to define and border your parking lot. The curb and gutter are poured and formed as a single unit for the greatest strength. The combination curb and gutter hold the pavement where it belongs and prevents it from expanding due to weather and time. Much of the curb and gutter system around a parking lot is underground and isn’t seen. This below-grade barrier is about 8 inches thick.
What Does Curb and Gutter Installation Do?
The other primary purpose of curb and gutter installation is to direct drainage from the parking lot. Because concrete can be applied precisely, even a flat and level parking lot can provide excellent drainage to prevent accidents and damage. The parking lot curb also keeps the vehicles inside the parking area and not encroaching into the roadway.
The curb and gutter are the first pieces of the parking lot to be installed. Strict tolerances are followed, and then the asphalt is poured, so it drains toward the curb and gutter edge. The water is then directed to a catch basin or an exit waterway.
What Makes for a Superior Curb and Gutter Installation?
The first thing that adds up toward a superior evaluation of a curb and gutter install is knowing that every zoning code, rule and regulation is followed to the letter. You can depend on that with U.S. Pave in Austin. We use the finest materials throughout the Austin area with the best technicians to make sure every job is done right.
Knowing your curb and gutter will be created and installed with precision, care and skill will keep your parking lot project moving smoothly. The parking lot is the first impression your clients, tenants, customers or guests have of your business. So, when only the best will do, it’s time to call the best, U.S. Pave. Our team is dependable, reliable and highly trained. Your curb and gutter installation will be completed with our highest standards.
To schedule an estimate for repairing or installing curb and gutter in your parking lot, contact U.S. Pave today.