Welcome to Ontiveros Curbing

Ontis is a family owned company which was established in 2002. We specialize in new build, curbing installs and property maintenance within many public and private sectors including education, commercial and residential.


Rounded Curb

Rounded Curbing offers a functional edge for residential and commercial applications. The 6″ wide rounded top offers a perfect parking barrier to prevent vehicles from damaging your prized landscaping.
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Square Curbing

The Square Curbing profile is used as a strong and durable grade level driveway border or garden mower strip. Once the curb is set level with the grade it acts as a root barrier but is less visible from a distance.
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Mower Profile

The Mower Edge profile is the original and popular landscape edging shape with a two tiered upper surface for the ease and convenience of running a lawn mower wheel along. Being more difficult and time consuming to incorporate patterns it is less popular with today’s discerning buyers.
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Angled / Slanted

Angle or slanted curb profile. This profile shape is the most popular landscape and driveway curb with an angled upper surface for the most attractive curb patterns.
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Curbing Color Pallete

We need a minimum of 90 feet to do a curbing job. The colors demonstrated on this chart are approximate, and obtained by adding specific amount of pigment per 94 lbs. of cement. Variations from these colors are likely due to changes in mixing times, finishing techniques, color of cement and other raw materials, etc. The base-color of cement determines color range. Like all natural materials, variation is normal in concrete. These are simulations of concrete made with reference Type II gray cement, light tan sand and water to achieve proper firmness. Actual job-site results may differ. Warning: Colors may vary based on your computer settings, monitor, etc.

1. Base Color

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2. Tile Red

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3. Brick Red

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4. Sandstone

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5. Canyon

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6. San Diego Buff

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7. Sunset Rose

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8. Baja Red

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9. Spanish Gold

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10. Outback

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11. Mesa Buff

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12. Palomino

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13. Silversmoke

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14. Light Gray

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15. Omaha Tan

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16. Harvest Gold

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17. Mesquite

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18. Taupe

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19. Sierra

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20. Adobe

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21. Kahlua

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22. Dark Gray

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23. Mocha

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24. Rustic Brown

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25. Graphite

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26. Santa Fe

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27. Terra Cotta

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28. Pebble

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29. Dune

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30. Sequoia Sand

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31. Yosemite Brown

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32. Southern Blush

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33. Salmon

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34. Flagstone Brown

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35. Sangria

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36. Cobblestone

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37. Pewter

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We need a minimum of 90 feet to do a curbing job. The colors demonstrated on this website are approximate, and obtained by adding specific amount of pigment per 94 lbs. of cement. Variations from these colors are likely due to changes in mixing times, finishing techniques, color of cement and other raw materials, etc. The base-color of cement determines color range. Like all natural materials, variation is normal in concrete. These are simulations of concrete made with reference Type II gray cement, light tan sand and water to achieve proper firmness. Actual job-site results may differ.

 Warning: Colors may vary based on your computer settings, monitor, smart phone, printer, etc.


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