SEAMLESS CURBING, LLC SHALL PROVIDE A TWO YEAR REPLACEMENT WARRANTY ON MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP, INCLUDING CRACKING OUTSIDE OF THE CONTROL JOINTS. EXCLUDED FROM THIS EXPRESSED WARRANTY IS DAMAGE CAUSED FROM VANDALISM, NEGLIGENCE SUCH AS HEAVY EQUIPMENT MOVEMENT OVER THE CURB (THIS EXCLUSION DOES NOT INCLUDE MOWER WHEELS, BUT DOES COVER THE WEIGHT OF A FARM-TYPE TRACTOR OR EQUAL), EXCAVATION EQUIPMENT, SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT, SHOVELS, RAKES, OR OTHER TOOLS. SEVERE NATURAL CAUSES SUCH AS TURBULENT WATER FLOW OR EARTHQUAKES ARE ALSO EXCLUDED FROM THIS WARRANTY.
Proper Care Instructions for your new decorative concrete landscape curbing
Your new edging is a cement product. It takes approximately 28 days for a cement product to totally cure. During the next few weeks you will need to take extra precautions not to damage your curbing. Items such as shovels, rakes, and other gardening tools need to be used with caution around the curbing during this curing period.
During The first 7 days keep lawn mowers off your curbing. The wheels will probably not damage the curbing, but the metal corners on your lawn mower may scratch or otherwise damage the product during its curing period.
Remember that children, adults, pets, and vandals are your responsibility if damage is caused by any of them. You will need to protect the curbing with special diligence during the first 24 hours after it has been installed.
During the first couple of days your new curbing will be “soft.” It can be caused to crumble slightly or be scratched if sharp objects come in contact with it or if someone or something puts excessive weight or pressure on it. Again, you are responsible for damage to the curbing by forces out of our control.
Some fertilizers and chemicals will stain the curbing as they would any other cement product. You should alert those doing the fertilizing to avoid spraying their product on the curbing. If you feel they might have sprayed the concrete, you may wish to hose it down shortly after they have finished spraying.
During the first 24 to 48 hours you should avoid direct sprinkler impact on the curbing. After 24 hours a mist would not cause any damage, but a sprinkler within a couple of feet could create some pitting in your new edging.
Your Decorative Landscape Curbing has had a concrete sealer applied to protect it and bring out its natural colors. Over time sealers will break down from wear and sunlight. Every few years it is recommended to have a new coat of sealer applied.