GRANITE DESIGN OPTIONS
FROM OUR QUARRIES
WILLIAMS STONE GRANITE COLORS:
DETAILS & DESCRIPTIONS
SURFACE FINISH OPTIONS
Choose from a variety of surface finishes and combinations thereof. Availability of some finishes may depend on the style specified.
Hand chiseled to create a relief finish (landscape curb only).
Protrusions greater than 1/4-inch are removed using hand tools to create a tighter tolerance for when pavers are abutted to curb.
The face of the curb has a smooth finish created by saw cutting.
Most common; Slabs for curb are typically sawn top and bottom; the top of the curb has a smooth finish created by saw cutting.
Provides the tightest tolerance for when pavers are abutted to curb.
A natural cleft face; Created when the slab is split on a guillotine.
Fine stipple finish for aesthetic look or traction in pedestrian areas. Slab is processed through a thermaling machine, then split or sawn into curb.
FOR CURBING PROJECTS
CURB EDGE DETAIL OPTIONS
There are five edge detail options that may be requested on Williams Stone curbing products (excluding sloped curb).
BEVELED MOUNTABLE EDGE
45-degree chamfer is standard, 3" x 3", 4" x 4", or 5" x 5".
One or both edges are chamfered and then rounded off to 1/2-inch or greater radius.
45-degree bevel is standard, 1/2", 3/4" or 1".
Standard straight edges.
1/4-inch bullnose (rounded, not beveled).
JOINT TYPES AVAILABLE
CURB JOINT OPTIONS
The type of joint describes the manner in which curbing pieces fit together. In addition to standard joints, Williams Stone Company offers two additional types. See below availability and descriptions.
An angled cut, top to bottom, allowing the end of one curb piece to butt into the face of another curb (landscape only).
A straight cut with 90-degree angles at top and bottom.
A straight 90-degree cut, with each bottom corner knocked off to aid installation and provide a point to mortar one curb to another.