Q: Why should I choose a rubber parking curb instead of a concrete parking curb?
A: Our rubber parking curbs are more durable and cost efficient than concrete parking curbs. They do not crack or chip and are light enough (34lbs) to be installed by one person. The highly reflective embedded pavement tape makes these curbs highly visible for drivers.
Q: From what material are the rubber parking curbs made?
A: They are made from 100% recycled tire rubber.
Q: Where are these curbs most commonly used?
A: These curbs are ideal for many locations, but are often used at parking lots, restaurants, homes, industrial buildings, hotels, hospitals, schools, shopping centers and parking facilities.
Q: What size curbs are available?
A: The parking curbs are available in the standard size 72” L x 6” H x 4” W as well as the Home Park‐It curb size 22” L x6” H x 4” W for residential use.
Q: What items are required/recommended for installation?
A: Gloves, Safety Glasses, Traffic barricades to mark the work area, Heavy Duty Electronic Drill, 1/2” Masonry bit, Mallet
Q: How do you install the rubber parking curb on an asphalt surface?
A: Block off traffic before installing. Drill holes into the asphalt through the holes already in the rubber parking curb. Make sure the holes are at least ½ inch wide and 3-4 inches deep. Drive the ½ inch rebar spike through the holes in the rubber parking curb.
Q: How do you install the rubber parking curb on a concrete surface?
A: Block off traffic before installing. Using the ½ inch lag bolts, drill holes into the asphalt through the holes already in the rubber parking curb. Make sure the holes are at least ½ inch wide and 3-4 inches deep. After removing the product, re-drill the appropriate length and width required for the metal shields and install. Finally, re-position the rubber speed bump with the lag bolts. Periodically inspect the bolts and tighten if necessary.
Q: Is there a minimum order required for this product?