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A complete range of flexible steel lawn edging and pre-rolled tree rings designed to create the perfect edge restraint. Suitable for a variety of landscaping applications. Because they are galvanised and polyester powder coated it adds a little to the cost of these products. But the longevity of their working life makes them exceptional value for money and in addition provides many advantages over cheaper alternatives.
These products will not rust or flake, they will not shatter if caught with a strimmer or mower. Furthermore, they have no sharp edges and have 3 round head bolts to secure each section. They are pre-rolled and easily connect to form a perfect circle. Simply tap into the ground to form the perfect edge restraint that will quite frankly last for decades. The face and the ground spike are formed from a single piece of steel. The spike has a unique fold along its centre to provide maximum strength. Reinforcing the spike, making it ideal for use in tougher ground conditions.
In addition, if soft ground is encountered, a rebar extension simply clips through the ground spike to provide additional stability.
"Great quality and easy to install."
Reviewed Sunday, 24 February 2019
"Perfect for what I need !"
Reviewed Thursday, 27 December 2018
"Haven't received them yet still out of stock"
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 October 2018
"Fairly easy to install, looks good"
Reviewed Wednesday, 22 August 2018
"Edging strips arrived very promptly. Exactly what I was expecting and already installed."
Reviewed Monday, 13 August 2018
"Fantastic product- sturdy, well built and hopefully long lasting- the powder coating should see off any potential rust for many years to come."
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 June 2018
"Exactly what I wanted, and easy to install"
Reviewed Monday, 30 April 2018
"Does the job in the way I expected"
Reviewed Thursday, 5 April 2018
"Exactly what I needed to tidy a divided area"
Reviewed Friday, 16 March 2018