The Process

Understandably, businesses and homeowners are concerned about having work done on their yards. One big concern is how can concrete be placed around flower beds without damage? Our non-invasive process of curbing takes away all of these concerns.

The machine we use is self-propelled and lawn friendly. This machine produces a concrete edging for use in commercial and residential landscape settings. Since the machine produces and extrudes its own formed concrete edging, traditional form work is no longer required.

The first part of the process is ground preparation using shovels and a non-invasive sod cutter. The trench is usually cut two inches deep and the ten inches wide. Sod laying, sprinkler work and landscape work can be started 24 hours after installation.


The next part is the mixing and extrusion. Mixing is done on site with all the necessary ingredients added to ensure color consistency and long-term durability. Different curb molds are then attached to the machine to produce the style of edging that the customer desires. The machine easily handles either straight lines or gentle curves.



The final part is the finishing we do to our product. This is accomplished with hand tools. Concrete curbing, like any other type of concrete can and will crack. We try to control the cracking caused by ground movement and cold weather by cutting expansion joints every couple of feet. Also by using fiber mesh and other additives, shrinkage, which also produces cracks, is minimized. Using these extra precautions, we experience very little cracking in our products.


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Customer Testimonial

"Steve with CurbScapes did a fantastic job, we were amazed at how quickly his crew got our landscape curbing done..."

Lee and Jane Feagins
Greenwood, Missouri

Landscape Curbing FAQ

How long will the installation take?

Depending on how much curbing is to be installed, and the style chosen, most jobs can be completed in one day.

We typically service individuals in the KC Metro and Johnson County, KS: Leawood Kansas, Lenexa Kansas, Merriam Kansas, Olathe Kansas, Overland Park Kansas, Prairie Village Kansas, Shawnee Kansas, Shawnee Mission Kansas, Mission Hills Kansas, Lee's Summit Missouri, Raymore Missouri, Grandview Missouri, Belton Missouri, Raytown Missouri, Blue Springs Missouri, Independence Missouri, Sugar Creek Missouri, Kansas City Mo, Kansas City Kansas area including the following zip codes: 64014; 64050; 64052; 64054; 64055; 64063; 64082; 64083; 64117; 64118; 64124; 64125; 64133; 64134; 64137; 64138; 64147; 64151; 64156; 64158; 66206; 66209; 66211; 66215; 66219; 66220; 66227; 66285; 66201; 66202; 66205; 66222; 66031; 66051; 66061; 66062; 66063; 66204; 66207; 66210; 66212; 66213; 66214; 66221; 66223; 66224; 66225; 66251; 66282; 66283; 66208; 66203; 66216; 66217; 66218; 66226; 66286; 66250; 66276