You can see here the entire Kerbing process – How we make our kerbs and molds – step by step.

In gardens we usually cast a 2-4 cm trench depending on which edge we need to cast.
The width of the trench is 23 cm. We need a place where we can put the soil we have milled up

We mix the concrete for your new edges on our trailer. The mixer is powered by a petrol engine, therefore all we need at your place is a tap where we can connect our hose.

The edge moulder moulds your edges, we change the shape of the machine depending on the type of edge we need to mould for you.

Laying walkways is a very quick and simple process compared to how to lay tiles. The advantage of our system is that the “tiles” cannot move apart and no weeds can grow in between the individual “stones”.

To ensure a perfect finish, we polish the edge with our specially designed hand tools that fit each shape exactly

The last thing we do to your new concrete edge/tile is cut control joints in the concrete. The joint will make the edge look like the edge is set down individually.
With the joint, we ensure that the concrete cracks where we want it to. We cut the edge ½ through, making the weak link in the edge. When the ground moves it will be the last ½ of the edge that cracks. It always cracks in a zigzag and will then act as a joint/hinge. Then each joint will move with the movement of the soil, however they cannot shift nor can grass grow between the joints.

When the edge is dry after about 7 days, you can lay soil, stones, etc. up to the edge and complete your garden/driveway.
We always invoice at the end of the work, here you can find our account number so you can transfer the payment to our account.

Watch this short movie to see the stunning effects you can achieve when using our machines!.