ProEdge Lawn Edging
PROEDGE 4 - Flexible Steel Garden Edging - 4 x 8' - 5 SECTIONS

PROEDGE 4" - Flexible Steel Garden Edging - 4" x 8' - 5 SECTIONS

Item Number: PRED4
*Backordered: 5/30/2019
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Description

ProEdge is a versatile and robust landscape edging system suitable for larger landscaping projects. Must ship by truck freight. Freight quote required.




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The story behind EverEdge


Once upon a time, there was an owner of a steel stockholding company in England, with a big country house. And every year he would open his grounds for the Village Fete, when thousands of folks would trample the beautiful edgings of his lawns.
Afterwards, it would take weeks and many hours of labor to restore these razor sharp edgings to their former glory--so he thought: "Why don't we make Permanent Edgings out of the offcuts of our coils of Galvanized Steel?" As they say--The Rest is History.

Now ProEdge is generally recognized in England as the very finest Lawn Edging you can obtain. It's Permanent, inconspicuous--and in short--a masterpiece of English Understatement.




ProEdge galvanized steel edging is all-in-one. There are no separate stakes or parts to come loose. Each 39" section locks permanently into the next. Powder coated brown, so it looks like the ground. It's made in England and is the edging of choice for their manicured lawns. Curves, circles or sharp angles can be pre-formed by bending over a wooden edge. Once you've made a neat edge (for the last time), place a block of wood on top of ProEdge and hammer into the ground to 1/2" below your cut grass level. Link ProEdge by locking onto the previous piece.


Each pack contains 5 sections of ProEdge. Each section is 8' long x 4" tall (7" overall inc. spikes). Total length is 40 ft per pack.


Before ordering, please measure your requirement and add 6% to allow for the overlap required when joining the sections together.


I always say that you do not need to pre-bend ProEdge when laying for a curve, because it's so flexible it bends as you knock it in. If however you are installing the ProEdge on a very tight curve/radius then it sometimes helps to prebend the female part slightly (only a few degrees) in a vice or workbench beforehand in the direction of the curve to help ease the pressure on the joint. The other trick I do is get a small D clamp (Home Depot etc) and clamp the joint while installing and then once in the ground remove clamp.

-Alex Hall
EverEdge

ProEdge is a versatile and robust landscape edging system suitable for larger landscaping projects. br>
ProEdge is all-in-one. There are no separate stakes or parts to come loose. Each 8' section locks permanently into the next. Sharp angles, tight curves or circles can be pre-formed by bending over a wooden edge. Once you've made a neat edge (for the last time), place a block of wood on top of ProEdge and hammer into the ground to 1/2" below your cut grass level. Link ProEdge by locking onto the previous piece.

Each pack contains 5 - 8' sections of 4" high ProEdge. (7-1/4" overall ic. spikes)