The Problem

Rolled curbs send a jolt through your car when you enter and exit your driveway, causing damage to your tires, steering, exhaust and bumpers.

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The Solution

Curb Ramp™ creates a custom driveway ramp to bridge the gap over your rolled curb, reducing the shock impact and damage to your car from scraping bottom.

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Flexible

Curb Ramp™ comes in 40 lb units and adjusts to fit around all-sized driveway entrances and rolled curbs.

Durable

Similar a running track surface, this DIY curb ramp is built to withstand tough climates and heavy traffic.

Easy-to-Install

Curb Ramp™ can be installed by one person in an hour. Read more: How To Make A Driveway Curb Ramp

Multi-Purpose

This product can also be used as a filler to patch potholes in asphalt or concrete.

Eco-Friendly

Curb Ramp™ is an innovative use of recycled post-consumer products; proudly made in the USA.

Car-Friendly

Curb Ramp™ prevents bumper scraping, reduces damage to steering and helps increase gas mileage.

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Bill T., St. Paul, MN

Two thumbs up! Made in the USA too. Cheers.
5.0
2017-07-18T14:08:14+00:00
Two thumbs up! Made in the USA too. Cheers.

Jay P., Jacksonville, FL

I had my landscaping crew install Curb Ramp and two days later my neighbor ordered some -  they installed it for him too!
4.0
2017-07-18T14:09:57+00:00
I had my landscaping crew install Curb Ramp and two days later my neighbor ordered some -  they installed it for him too!

Brent B., Dallas, TX

Does the job. Just mix the material and spread it out over the curb gap. Simple as that! Jon @ customer support was very helpful too. I called the 800# literally as I was installing it and they walked me through the process right then and there. Good stuff!
5.0
2017-07-18T14:08:55+00:00
Does the job. Just mix the material and spread it out over the curb gap. Simple as that! Jon @ customer support was very helpful too. I called the 800# literally as I was installing it and they walked me through the process right then and there. Good stuff!

David A., Dunwoody, GA

My neighbor tried filling in their curb with concrete about two years ago and now it’s crumbling all over the place. This stuff looked like it would hold up well and it does!
5.0
2017-07-18T14:11:25+00:00
My neighbor tried filling in their curb with concrete about two years ago and now it’s crumbling all over the place. This stuff looked like it would hold up well and it does!

Ron B., Orlando, FL

Most curb ramps I’ve come across are ridiculously expensive so I was wondering if there were any cheaper solutions out there. I found this product on Google and called them up and talked to them about my driveway situation. They did the math and assured me that two kits would be enough. The material was easy to shape to fit my curb and looks really good! My wife loves it and my Benz does too 🙂 The Curb Ramp guys followed up two months later to make sure I was satisfied with the ramp. That kind of customer service is rare!
5.0
2017-07-18T14:02:28+00:00
Most curb ramps I’ve come across are ridiculously expensive so I was wondering if there were any cheaper solutions out there. I found this product on Google and called them up and talked to them about my driveway situation. They did the math and assured me that two kits would be enough. The material was easy to shape to fit my curb and looks really good! My wife loves it and my Benz does too 🙂 The Curb Ramp guys followed up two months later to make sure I was satisfied with the ramp. That kind of customer service is rare!

Matt J., Marietta, GA

I drive a 2006 Mustang GT and my driveway has a steep hill. My car always use to scrape when I backed out of the driveway. After it messed up my steering and bumpers I started looking into solutions. The pre-made rubber curb ramps were too expensive so I decided to try Curb Ramp and install it myself. It took about an hour and a half and cost me a lot less than the alternatives. I put it in over 2 years ago and it still looks the same as it did the day I installed it. I have no doubt that I’ve made my money back when you consider the amount I would have paid to get my axle re-aligned and new tires/ shocks, so I’d say it was definitely worth the investment.
5.0
2017-01-07T23:41:46+00:00
I drive a 2006 Mustang GT and my driveway has a steep hill. My car always use to scrape when I backed out of the driveway. After it messed up my steering and bumpers I started looking into solutions. The pre-made rubber curb ramps were too expensive so I decided to try Curb Ramp and install it myself. It took about an hour and a half and cost me a lot less than the alternatives. I put it in over 2 years ago and it still looks the same as it did the day I installed it. I have no doubt that I’ve made my money back when you consider the amount I would have paid to get my axle re-aligned and new tires/ shocks, so I’d say it was definitely worth the investment.

Susan B., Overland Park, KS

I used to cringe every time I backed out of my driveway because I knew the scrape was coming.. I bought Curb Ramp and had my husband lay it down 😉 He said it was a piece of cake! It works great and I’m just glad I don’t have to worry about messing up my new car every time I leave for work and come home -- highly recommend!
5.0
2017-01-07T23:54:58+00:00
I used to cringe every time I backed out of my driveway because I knew the scrape was coming.. I bought Curb Ramp and had my husband lay it down 😉 He said it was a piece of cake! It works great and I’m just glad I don’t have to worry about messing up my new car every time I leave for work and come home -- highly recommend!

Jill A., Charlotte, NC

I was tired of scraping my van when I backed out of my driveway so I ordered Curb Ramp and paid my neighbor’s kid to install it lol. Works great!
5.0
2017-07-18T14:04:07+00:00
I was tired of scraping my van when I backed out of my driveway so I ordered Curb Ramp and paid my neighbor’s kid to install it lol. Works great!

Steve S., Milwaukee, WI

I’ve ordered Curb Ramp on 2 separate occasions. The first to fill in my driveway curb, the second to patch a hole in my cul-de-sac. So far this stuff holds up really well on both accounts. I would recommend this product in both situations.
5.0
2017-07-18T14:05:27+00:00
I’ve ordered Curb Ramp on 2 separate occasions. The first to fill in my driveway curb, the second to patch a hole in my cul-de-sac. So far this stuff holds up really well on both accounts. I would recommend this product in both situations.

Derek G., Laredo, TX

A simple DIY solution that’s easy to install.
4.0
2017-07-18T14:03:16+00:00
A simple DIY solution that’s easy to install.

Parker F., Newark, NJ

Curb Ramp lets you go a lot faster in & out of your driveway without rattling your fender. That’s why I got it. - Parker F.
4.0
2017-07-18T14:01:09+00:00
Curb Ramp lets you go a lot faster in & out of your driveway without rattling your fender. That’s why I got it. - Parker F.

Andy D., Birmingham, AL

A good product and really a great company to do business with.
5.0
2017-07-18T14:06:08+00:00
A good product and really a great company to do business with.

Mike M., Roswell, GA

I go to the same gas station several times a week on my way to work. The main entryway is a disaster! I’m leasing a 2014 Toyota Camry and trying not to mess it up, but my car would scrape on their curb every time. I told the owner I would fix it for $400 and he said ok lol. So I bought a couple boxes of this stuff and went out there one afternoon and laid it down with PVC underneath for drainage. We blocked off that entrance overnight and the next day it had dried and the transition was so much smoother. He said customers have been thanking him for fixing it. I’m thinking about turning this into a side business to make some extra dough on the side!
5.0
2017-01-07T23:59:39+00:00
I go to the same gas station several times a week on my way to work. The main entryway is a disaster! I’m leasing a 2014 Toyota Camry and trying not to mess it up, but my car would scrape on their curb every time. I told the owner I would fix it for $400 and he said ok lol. So I bought a couple boxes of this stuff and went out there one afternoon and laid it down with PVC underneath for drainage. We blocked off that entrance overnight and the next day it had dried and the transition was so much smoother. He said customers have been thanking him for fixing it. I’m thinking about turning this into a side business to make some extra dough on the side!

Brian P., San Diego, CA

My neighborhood has round curbs so I have to be extremely careful every time I enter and exit  his driveway with my low ride height. I looked at a few pre-made rubber ramps, decided I didn’t feel like dropping $400, bought some Curb Ramp and installed it myself. They included gloves and brush and everything except the trowel but well worth it to save $200 if you ask me.
5.0
2017-07-18T14:06:57+00:00
My neighborhood has round curbs so I have to be extremely careful every time I enter and exit  his driveway with my low ride height. I looked at a few pre-made rubber ramps, decided I didn’t feel like dropping $400, bought some Curb Ramp and installed it myself. They included gloves and brush and everything except the trowel but well worth it to save $200 if you ask me.

Anthony K., Seattle, WA

Got Curb Ramp a few weeks ago and installed it this past Sunday. So much smoother! Thanks!
5.0
2017-07-18T14:07:39+00:00
Got Curb Ramp a few weeks ago and installed it this past Sunday. So much smoother! Thanks!
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EASILY MIX, SHAPE AND SPREAD TO FIT ANY SIZED DRIVEWAY ENTRANCE.

Curb Ramp™ - Driveway Ramp Kit

How does Curb Ramp™ compare to other driveway ramps?

Pre-made driveway curb ramps are significantly more expensive for the same coverage and cannot be easily adjusted to fit your curved driveway’s rolled curb. This product can be used as a driveway “curb bridge” where ready-made product simply are not going to work – whether they don’t fit the gutter shape or are too expensive for the desired coverage by volume. Bottom line? Curb Ramp™ saves you hundreds of dollars and offers the flexibility to make a custom ramp to fit the unique shape and size of your driveway entrance.

How do I determine the number of kits required for my driveway?

The amount of material required to fill your curb gutter depends primarily on the width of your driveway and depth of the curb gap. Each unit of Curb Ramp™ covers approximately 1.33 cubic feet. For standard regulation rolled curb gaps, a single kit will cover about 7-9 ft. when spread to slope at a 20°-25° incline over 18-22”. A typical double car driveway at 15-18′ wide with a standard rolled curb of about 4″ tall requires approximately two (2) kits.

For additional information on how much product your driveway needs, see our installation information and check out our latest installation video: How To Make A Removable Driveway Ramp For Lowered Cars in which two (2) full kits were installed to cover approximately 16-18 ft of a standard rolled curb driveway entrance.

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How long does it take to install?

Curb Ramp™ can be installed by one person in about an hour. The components are mixed together and will need to dry before you can drive over it. The curation period depends on the moisture and temperature of the curb surface as well as the air temperature and humidity. The material takes less time to cure in hotter temperatures. To be safe, avoid driving over it for 48 hours. Read more: Installation Instructions

How does the ramp allow for flow of water?

The finished ramp is semi-porous, which allows for some drainage already. To further facilitate street water drainage at the end of your driveway, shape or “feather out” the ends of the ramp to help guide water safely around it. This prevents the build-up of debris so your driveway entrance remains unobstructed and allows water to easily circumvent your driveway entrance and enter back into the curb channel. In other words, don’t make a hard right angle at either end of your ramp.

For deeper curb gaps, PVC pipe can be installed underneath the ramp to further aid drainage. However, PVC installation is NOT recommended for standard rolled curbs gaps, as it can compromise the structural integrity of the ramp. To install a drainage pipe, simply prime the area before laying a 1.5-2″ diameter pipe laterally in the center of the curb gap. Then apply more primer to the top of the laid pipe and spread the mixed material to fill the gap as you would normally.

How long will it last?

Curb Ramps are highly durable. Depending on the severity and fluctuations of weather, they can last for years without needing any aesthetic and/or structural repairs. The first Curb Ramp was installed 15 years ago and just received some minor aesthetic repairs and a new paint job. That being said, Curb Ramp™ assumes no liability, expressed or implied, as to the architecture, engineering or workmanship of any project.

Can I remove the ramp once installed?

Yes and no. Curb Ramp™ can be removed once installed using a floor scraper, however removing the ramp destroys the bond of the material and thus cannot be reinstalled at a later time. A re-installation would require a new kit. Curb Ramp™ is a much more permanent solution than pre-made driveway ramps. While ready-made products are more portable, they often don’t fit the gutter shape, are much more expensive and can’t be customized to fit all sized curbs.

How Make Your Curb Ramp ™ Removable:

After you perform a dry run and confirm you have enough material for your particular driveway, lay down a protective layer over the curb surface (so as not to prime the curb surface directly) and tape it down around the edges. We recommend using a durable rubber membrane like a shower pan liner, rubber roofing membrane, pond liner or similar substrate. Next, prime the surface of the membrane to ensure a good material bond to the laid substrate. Then, mix and apply the compound atop the substrate to fill the curb gap as you would normally. After 48 hours, your customized driveway ramp should be dry enough to use. The weight of the material and underlying substrate should provide sufficient stability to keep the ramp in place. Concrete bolts can also be used to fasten the ramp to your curb once the material has cured. If you need to remove the ramp for any reason, you can simply lift it up and move it.

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How can I be sure this will fit my particular driveway curb?

Curb Ramp™ can be spread over any sized driveway with any sized rolled curb gap to fit any slope. If you have questions or a special situation, feel free to contact us and we’ll offer our suggestion.

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