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Kerbing may not be the first thing you consider when you think of a driveway, but it plays an important role in both function and aesthetics. While not essential, many individuals opt for kerbing to be laid alongside their asphalt driveways as it provides a range of benefits that can significantly improve the overall look and performance of a driveway. In the resources below we outline some of the advantages of kerbing as well as other details such as the best material to use and in what situations kerbing may be the right choice for you.

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At NK Asphalt, we often find customers requesting our concrete kerbing for their asphalt driveway. Although kerbing is not a mandatory component of a driveway, as seen in outer suburban roads which often lack kerbing, its benefits can be too good to turn down and many see it as a valuable investment to add on to their driveway project.

Concrete kerbing is able to simplify garden maintenance by creating a barrier between your asphalt driveway and grass or garden beds, reducing soil or mulch spillover and preventing water from flooding garden areas. More than that, it assists with driveway drainage by redirecting water to the appropriate channels such as off the property or into an installed soakwell drain which helps the longevity of your driveway and deter potential water damage. As a driveway ages, kerbing stands to have more and more benefits as it helps protect the sensitive edges of your asphalt driveway from cracks and chips caused by the weight of vehicles.

For the full rundown on all things to do with driveway kerbing reach out to our friendly team or take a look at our resources.