The Americans with Disabilities Act developed and implemented curb cuts, which then became an imposed federal and state regulation. Meeting these regulations are challenging for many cities, as they need to find enough money from their budgets to construct curb cuts and the attached detectable warning.
While it’s easy to make the case for investing in high quality curb cuts as long-term, low-maintenance solution, it doesn’t make money magically appear in a municipal budget. That’s where the curb cuts cast-n-tact system comes into play.
The curb cuts cast-n-tact installation technique is reserved for new construction sites or fresh concrete pours. The detectable warnings are tamped into place on curb cuts at the time of the concrete pour. The perimeter flanges of the system fill with concrete to anchor the safety features into the curb cuts. This makes the detectable warnings immune to peeling up or curling and eliminates the curb cuts tripping hazard.
Because the cast-n-tact system is just a few extra steps in the construction of curb cuts, it cuts down greatly on upfront costs as well as labor costs. It also saves money in the long-term by eliminating the need for curb cuts maintenance.
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