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Curb & Gutter

How important are they?

Concrete curbs and gutters, which sit along the edge of the road right-of-way, play a crucial role in stormwater management, pedestrian safety, and even property value. They are usually governed and controlled by the codes of your local government.

Firstly, they channel rainwater runoff from your roof, driveway, and yard, preventing it from pooling on the street or flooding your property. This helps protect the roadway from erosion and keeps walkways free of standing water, reducing the risk of slips and falls for pedestrians.

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Also, curbs act as physical barriers, separating the flow of traffic from sidewalks and driveways. This creates a designated safe zone for pedestrians and prevents vehicles from accidentally veering onto your property. They also help define the edge of the usable space, making parking and maneuvering easier.

Lastly, well-maintained curbs and gutters contribute to the overall curb appeal of your property. Neglected or damaged curbs can give an impression of lack of care and potentially lower your property value. Conversely, neatly kept curbs and gutters demonstrate pride in ownership and enhance the visual appeal of your home.

Tell us about your project and schedule a free estimate today!

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