How can I build a curb on a concrete ramp?

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  • Theresa Theresa on Oct 27, 2019

    The only thing I could suggest would be something like bricks held in place with some type of liquid nail.

  • William William on Oct 28, 2019

    Glue down bricks, pavers, landscape blocks with concrete adhesive caulk.

  • Lifestyles Homes Lifestyles Homes on Oct 29, 2019

    A “ramp” to me means, cars/trucks drive on it. yes? If this is a commercial or industrial ramp, get a pro involved. There can be drainage issues and even ADA in commercial applications and the City will enforce them.


    If you really want concrete, then I would buy 1/2” rebar (no rust), a 3/4” masonry drill bit, 2 part epoxy and “set dowels” with the rebar, 24” OC.

    Before that, if the concrete is old, then my rustic acid etch with a diluted solution.

    Then set forms with 2x6 or 1x6, if you can stake it.

    Ive seen pros hand form concrete curbs as well. It’s a matter of one’s hand-eye coordination and what PSI concrete you have access to.

  • Frankzare4u Frankzare4u on Nov 01, 2019

    I am with Teresa; get 1 brick to experiment with invest into buy a large bottle of Gorilla Glue try gluing the brick yo it.

  • Deb K Deb K on Aug 21, 2020

    Hi Maria, there are a few places that carry little curbs, like this https://trafficsafetyzone.com/product/rubber-wheel-stop/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw4f35BRDBARIsAPePBHzg0FlN7bSsr8AIjuqTYLLOwfCGgvyr1qDu2aQ_MgAKffF4iPfyqjgaAgBHEALw_wcB


    You could also use some cement mix to make a curb on it, or go to to your home improvement store and pick up some blocks and make a curb with those