TRANSITION CURBS

Williams Stone Company offers a variety of straight and curved transition curbs to meet your driveway transition and/or ADA requirements. They include the following:

Handicap Accessible Transition Ramps

Standard handicap ramp transitions, from reveal to flush, are typically created using a straight or curved vertical curb with an angle joint at both ends. Sawn transitions must be custom ordered.

Standard Driveway Transitions

Driveway transitions, from reveal to flush, are typically created using a straight or curved vertical curb with an angle joint at both ends. Sawn transitions must be custom ordered.

Vertical-to-Slope Transitions

Vertical-to-Slope transitions are used to transition from vertical granite curb or inlets to sloped granite edging. Standard vertical-to-slope transition curbs pitch the face to a 45-degree angle at one end from perfectly vertical at the other end.

Transition Options

Custom transitions can be sawn from mountable to flush. They can be made from 2-foot up to 6.5-foot lengths. Transition curbs can be ordered with the same surface finishes and edge details as the curbing with which they will be installed, including:

  Surface finishes:                               Edge details:

  • Sawn top (standard)
  • Thermal top
  • Sawn face
  • Split face (standard)
  • Thermal face
  • Straight (standard)
  • Rounded edge
  • Chamfer
  • Buzzed
  • Beveled mountable

Joints

  • Standard joint or driveway and ADA ramp transition is a specified angle at both ends.
  • Standard joint on vertical-to-slope transition is straight.

Handicap ramp transitions without flush piece.

Vertical-to-slope transition

Vertical-to-slope transition with flush piece