- Engineered to maximize design sustainability and provide long-term durability by withstanding the demands of residential and light commercial landscapes
- Designed with a unique, patented stakeless connection system that snaps down to permanently interlock adjacent edging sections – eliminating horizontal separation or possible weak points.
- Includes heavy-duty 12” interlocking aluminum stakes that securely anchor it into the ground, providing long-term durability and easy installation.
- Material: 6063 Aluminum Alloy
- Thickness: 1∕8”
- Height: 4”
- Each Piece Includes:
- 8’ includes 3 stakes.
- 16’ includes 5 stakes.
- 15-8’ pieces per bundle (120’)
- 15-16’ pieces per bundle (240’)
- Residential/light commercial grade edging.
- ProLine is engineered to allow for effortless installation and exceptional flexibility. It allows graceful curves and angles to be readily formed with wonderful results.
- Used to separate turf from planting soil, mulch, stone or any bedding material
HELPFUL HINTS BEFORE YOU INSTALL THE EDGING
- The top of the edging has a thicker rounded surface (Diagram B).
- The edging is normally installed with the stakes on the inside of the landscape bed area (Diagram B).
- For an installation with smoother curves, connect 3 to 4 sections together before placing edging into the trench (Diagram A).
- It is ideal to have another person hold the edging while you are staking it into place, but not necessary.
- Keep snapping the sections together well ahead of the staking.
- Dig landscape trench approximately 5 inches deep. It is much easier to raise the edging than lower it after installation.
- Set the edging into the trench with the top of the edging approximately 1/2” to 3/4” above the soil level.
- Start at the beginning of the bed area and begin driving the stakes. Snap down the adjacent sections (Diagram A), keeping 3 to 4 sections ahead where the edging is being staked
- When you are 15’-20’ from the end of the bed area, determine the length of the last section and cut it with a hacksaw and complete the bed area. Begin the next bed area with the cut end of a partial section and repeat process.
- Compact the soil on either side of the edging equally, being careful not to deform curves. Rake in additional topsoil to desired height. This will eliminate uneven settling of the soil adjacent to the edging while the grass fills in.
- Forming Angles: Cut bottom of edging halfway up using a hacksaw. Bend edging to desired angle.