CENTURY ROOT BARRIERS
ROLLS vs PANELS
When looking for the right root barrier for your project, it’s important to decide if panels or rolls will work best for your landscaping needs.
Rolls are not only incredibly effective in diverting destructive tree roots from breaking up pavements, but they also have an added benefit of being a water barrier that prevents water from seeping under hardscapes.
Panels are easy to use and assembles in seconds with the interlocking slide-to-lock mechanism.
Ribs on Century Dual Purpose Root Barrier Rolls are effective in deflecting roots and diverting them away from the hardscape. The ribs on our Dual Purpose Root Barrier Rolls ensure the barrier can be installed securely, staying intact and in place.
Our Root Block Rolls are smooth and ribless, which is ideal for blocking invasive bamboo growth and preventing water seepage into hardscapes and pavements.
ROOT BARRIERS ROLLS
RIBBED ROLLS vs
CENTURY ROOT BLOCK
Century Root Block is designed to be incredibly effective in diverting stubborn roots, like those from invasive bamboo species, and guards against damage on your hardscapes and landscapes. Our Bamboo Barrier Roll is the prime barrier to stop invasive, stubborn bamboo roots from infiltrating your garden and landscape.
Did you know that a linear application of root barriers is the most effective and ideal way to install root barriers?
A linear application of root barriers ensures destructive, stubborn roots will not get under your hardscapes and cause costly, hazardous damage. Linear application is much faster and easier to install compared to a surround application around a tree. A linear application is the preferred and recommended way to install your root barrier.
A surround application of root barriers are an outdated, ineffective way to install root barriers. A surround application will yield a lack of foundation to support a tree, which often results in a tree slanting downwards. To avoid this devastating occurence, install your root barrier with a linear application to adequately support your tree and provide a enough space for the roots to grow safely and away from your hardscapes.