Sure-Loc steel edging offers your landscape design a permanent solution to edge control. With a variety of sizes to choose from, steel edging gives you strength to stand up to the most demanding applications and flexibility for creative design possibilities.
Sure-loc steel edging is painted for long lasting durability and pre-fabricated for easy connections. All edging is provided with stakes for a permanent installation.
14 ga. x 4" x 10' .070 - .075" Average thickness.
Primarily used in residential applications where imaginative, free-form design is combined with long-term performance and strength not found in wood or plastic edging.
1/8" x 4" x 16' .120 - .125" Average thickness.
Primarily used in residential applications where flexibility and durability are a necessity. This versatile edging will meet most landscape needs. Applications include, but are not limited to, planting beds, tree rings, paver walkways, paths, and mulch bed divisions.
3/16" x 4" x 16' .182 - .188" Average thickness.
Primarily used in commercial, industrial, institutional projects and other high traffic areas. Straight runs are easier than with 1/8" material with only slightly reduced flexibility. Applications include, but are not limited to, driveways, asphalt, maintenance strips, running tracks, pathways, and bed division.
1/4" x 5" x 16' .25 Average thickness.
Primarily used in commercial, industrial and high traffic areas. Heavy duty edging provides the ultimate strength and rigidity. Applications include asphalt and gravel retention in driveways, paths, and maintenance strips, as well as bed divisions and mulch retention in high traffic areas.
Lay out area to be defined. A garden hose or string works
Spade a vertical wedge in ground approximately 4" deep.
Begin placing edging in trench with the top 1/2" (12.5cm)
above what will become the compacted finish grade.
Slide ends of edging strips together to connect pieces.
Installer can connect the adjacent section of edging prior to or
after the sections are placed in the trench. A minimum of 2 inches
(50.8mm) of overlap is recommended.
Drive spikes through holes at a 45 degree angle. Start with
the beginning piece of edging.
Stake and backfill edging continuously to ensure straight
lines, compacting both sides to ensure the finish grade is
approximately 1/2" below top of edging.
Cut section to the desired length at the end of the bed