What is “curb definition”? A concrete curb serves an important purpose, as does an accompanying concrete gutter. Usually installed at the perimeter of a road, parking lot or driveway, this poured cement and resulting setting of the concrete construction define the edges of a lot or sidewalk; and holds the pavement in place, with this capping off of the newly formed concrete acting as a “termination” to keep pavement from expanding and deteriorating.
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Curbs are constructed of numerous materials — among them asphalt, stone or masonry blocks — but usually comprise of Portland cement concrete. For example, a Portland concrete curb in combination with an asphalt road surface provides a highly visible barrier at the edge of the road surface due to the change in color and elevation.