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Reclaimed Curbing #26838
Reclaimed curbing as steps.
Where We Get Curbing
In the Northeast, granite curb has been used for over 150 years to separate sidewalks from streets. When roads are resurfaced, these long linear planks of granite are often replaced.
Curbing comes in a variety of dimensions and lengths, we typically see this material in the following dimensions:
Junior Curbing: 4-6” x 9-12” x 24-48” lengths
Standard Curbing: 6-8” x 16-18” and 36”x 8’ plus lengths
First Generation vs. Present Day Curb
Granite has been used as curbing for over 100 years. The first generation of curb was primarily made with hand tools, which is why the resulting material has a hand-hewn, almost natural look and feel. In the last 50 years, curbing has been produced in a more mechanized fashion, resulting in a more uniform look and feel.
Like so many different granite products, reclaimed and salvaged curbing comes from a variety of quarries creating many color variations. In general curbing is made from gray granites that range from lighter colors to almost charcoal colors. Years of wear combined with exposure to natural elements gives this material its earth tone color palette. Ask us what colors are available for specific applications.
Uses For Curb
One of the best characteristics of curbing is that it comes in relatively long lengths. Long linear pieces of stone can be made into a variety of useful products. We re-purpose curbing into steps, capstones and coping, posts and pavers.