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Above Standard Kerbs in Precast Concrete

We use the term Standard Kerbs to describe our main range of ex-stock precast concrete kerbs, but its a bit of a misnomer really. So… what makes Killeshal kerbs so special?

Standard Kerbs

Really, the only appropriate use of the term “Standard” in relation to our concrete kerb range is in the British Standards and other standards numbers applicable to them. Across our range of so-called standard precast concrete kerbs we use a hydraulic pressing process which produces a kerb with superior durability. When you want to be sure that your kerbing is up to dealing with today’s traffic you need hydraulic pressed precast concrete kerbs from Killeshal.

Diagram showing Standard Kerbs in situ


Bus Stop KerbsOur standard kerbs range runs across all the types and sizes you are likely to need and are complimented by style-matched quadrant kerbs and dropped access kerbs for gateways. Download our kerbing brochure here and see what we have available, but if you need something a little different, you can as always contact our experienced staff to discuss custom engineered solutions to your needs.

Our Standard Concrete Kerb range is available ex-stock with delivery to anywhere in the UK (usually within 48hrs) and includes-

  • Half Batterd Kerb
  • Full-Battered Kerb
  • Bull-nosed Kerb
  • Dropped Access Kerb
  • Corner and Quadrant Kerbs
  • Special Kerbs

If you would like to see more about our Standard Kerbs range feel free to download our Kerbing Brochure or contact our experienced Killeshal team to discuss your project’s needs at sales@killeshal.com or on our UK FreePhone 0800 0393367 or our Ireland and international office on 05793 53018

Contact us by phone or email and see how we can meet your needs for construction materials. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. See our Contact Us page for contact information.PPC-Killeshal

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