• It is recommended to install prior to placement of stone, however, it can be installed before stone is set up. 

  • Typically installed by mason crew while tying in curb inlets.

  • Leave one brick out (appx 8"-10") or remove brick for installation as it is sized to take the place of one brick during point up.

  • Attach securely to face of curb inlet frame with zip ties, clamps or tack welding for point up.

  • It is important that the device is pointed up securely and that the device has a strong base to rest on in order to avoid settling.

  • Fill cavity with sand prior to paving to prevent asphalt from filling the device. 

  • Instruct Paving contractor to roll as close as possible to device in order to ensure a tight fit between curb inlet frame and the StreetScaper.

  • Remove plug material immediately after paving to ensure that no asphalt has entered the cavity and to allow water to drain properly. 

  • Periodically inspect to confirm that trash or debris has not entered the device and that it is performing properly. 

  • Prior to final surface course, fill cavity with asphalt while paving. 

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Instruct the brick mason to leave approximately 8-10" open to allow StreetScaper to be inserted into hole. This dimension will also allow an open area to allow water to enter catch basin prior to stone. 

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Secure StreetScaper with Zip Ties or mortar. 

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It's a good idea to mark the StreetScaper with flagging, spray paint, etc. so that the motor grader does not impact the device. It also helps locate should it accidentally be covered up with asphalt. 


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This is what it should look like prior to paving and prior to plugging with sand or clean fill before paving. 

Should it get covered up, it is easily removed as long as it was filled with sand or fill prior to paving.