FAST INSTALL | NO CONCRETE | CREATE CURVES
Bison Steel Kerbing is a civils quality, heavy-duty landscaping edging. Flexible and interlocking, it is so easy and fast to install that wet-pour or precast concrete, asphalt and resin-bound paving can often be laid on the same day.
Tarmac and Grass
Grass and Paving
Tarmac and Play Surface
|Heights||75, 100, 150mm|
|Thickness||7mm Folded Top|
|Corners||150 x 150mm (L) available in 75, 100, 150mm heights|
Bison Kerb is suitbale for replacing concrete in civil construction developments including *service roads, pavements, pathways and other building developments.
*Bison Kerb is not suited for motorways.
- More robust than concrete and won’t crack
- Much quicker than concrete to install
- Lightweight – approximately three times lighter than concrete!
- Requires less labour to install giving higher quality edging at no extra cost
- Easy to fit – even if working alone
- Rounded top edge detail for smooth finish with no sharp edges
- Durable and corrosion resistant
Designed and Manufactured
in the UK
Bison Kerb is manufactured at Kinley’s Innovation Centre in East Sussex, UK. The Innovation Centre is a place where metal landscape products are manufactured, and where we take product development to the next level, with experience and expertise at our fingertips.
Manufacturing products in-house allows us to understand metal better and gives us more control and the ability to make things happen and happen fast. This has led to our products being made more efficiently, more economically, using less energy, more quickly and with a higher level of safety for our staff. As we continue to evolve, we aim to drive down lead times on both standard and bespoke products, by focussing on what we do and accelerating innovation in every way.
MADE IN UK
Bison Kerb is manufactured in East Sussex, UK.
Steel vs Concrete
Why Steel Kerbing Has The Edge On Concrete
Concrete kerbing is the traditional product for creating borders between landscape surfaces but what if you could use another product that offers better quality at a similar – or even lower – price?
Why Steel Kerbing Is More Cost-Effective Than Concrete
Steel edging might appear more expensive than traditional concrete pin kerbing, but a price list comparison doesn’t tell the whole story. Let’s look at the whole picture, from purchase to installation and beyond.
Why Steel Kerbing Is Safer Than Concrete
Why Steel Kerbing Looks Better Than Concrete
Why Steel Kerbing Makes For Lighter Work Than Concrete
Bison steel kerbs are light enough to be delivered on lighter capacity vehicles
and is so light that it can easily be installed single-handedly. Less weight means less fatigue, so installation can be completed in a shorter timeframe.