Complete Parking Lot Maintenance Since 1984
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Concrete Products

Parking Solutions / Common Types of Concrete Curbing  Extruded: This is a continuous glue on curb that you will find in most parking lots. It has very little structural value and is engineered to hold in and delineate landscaping.  Cast-in-Place (CIP) and Curb and Gutter: These are both formed and poured in most cases and sit below the surface approx. 18” deep. These have a much better structural feature because of the large mass under the ground. These curbs can also have rebar placed when they are poured to help make them structurally durable.  Parking Bumpers: These are generally 6’ long by approx. 6” tall precasted curbs with 2 pieces of rebar placed in them for structural integrity per MAG spec. You can also find a 5 sided low profile bumper that is also 6’ long but 5” tall and wider to help keep them from being moved. They are both secured into the asphalt or concrete with rebar pins. Please make sure you let the contractor know if it is concrete or asphalt. The concrete must be drilled to allow the rebar to penetrate.
Complete Parking Lot Maintenance Since 1984

Concrete Products

Parking Solutions / Common Types of Concrete Curbing  Extruded: This is a continuous glue on curb that you will find in most parking lots. It has very little structural value and is engineered to hold in and delineate landscaping.  Cast-in-Place (CIP) and Curb and Gutter: These are both formed and poured in most cases and sit below the surface approx. 18” deep. These have a much better structural feature because of the large mass under the ground. These curbs can also have rebar placed when they are poured to help make them structurally durable.  Parking Bumpers: These are generally 6’ long by approx. 6” tall precasted curbs with 2 pieces of rebar placed in them for structural integrity per MAG spec. You can also find a 5 sided low profile bumper that is also 6’ long but 5” tall and wider to help keep them from being moved. They are both secured into the asphalt or concrete with rebar pins. Please make sure you let the contractor know if it is concrete or asphalt. The concrete must be drilled to allow the rebar to penetrate.
Site Map | Privacy Statement | © 2008 - 2014  KFM Striping | 245 E Watkins | Phoenix, AZ 85004 | 602.462.9114 Licensed and Bonded Arizona Asphalt Contractor: ~ L-05 #144095 ~ A-14 #152532 ~ C-13 #184161 ~ A-23 #220896 Webmaster Frank Turben - Computer Help