When it comes to maintaining neat and tidy lawns, garden edgings, path edgings, or flower and vegetable beds – EverEdge is the permanent solution! Both durable and flexible, these unique edging borders can be used in several different soil conditions and can fit around curves, corners, or any angle needed.
Advisory: As EverEdge overlaps and interlocks, please remember to add 6% to your actual requirement - that is 6 cm per metre of lawn edges you use.
The installation of EverEdge can be made even easier with our Lawn Edging Irons.
Please note: The 1.6 mm EverEdge Classic lawn edge is the preferred product for most applications including edgings for gardens, paths and flowerbeds. However, for areas where vehicle traffic is likely, then ProEdge (2.5 mm) is preferable. Please contact a member of our technical sales team for more information.
Lawn Edges - Easy to Install, No Maintenance
EverEdge edges are very easy to install. Once a neat edge has been created, the only tools you will need are a heavy hammer or mallet, a screwdriver, and a block of wood. This robust garden edging is manufactured from 1.6mm thick galvanised steel and is finished with corrosion-resistant black paint finish. Once installed EverEdge is totally maintenance free.
In poor ground conditions, EverEdge can be securely anchored using the Pin & Sleeve System.
- Form a new edge or re-cut your existing edge to effectively make a trench. EverEdge can be installed whether the trench is straight or curved.
- Place EverEdge into the required position. Place the block of wood on top of the EverEdge and hammer into the ground until the edge is flush with the turf level – approximately 15 mm below your cut grass level.
- Interlock the EverEdge and once installed, press in the tongue to approximately 45 degrees using a screwdriver.
- Length - 1 metre lengths that come in a pack 5 x 1m strips
- Heights - 75mm (3"), 100mm (4") and 125mm (5")
- Thickness - 1.6 mm (Classic)
EverEdge Basic Installation Guidelines
The installation of EverEdge can differ depending on soil conditions and wear. It should be installed correctly and cautiously for aesthetic value and safety.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Note: Wherever possible overlap EverEdge. If lawn edge must be cut, it is advisable to paint the bare edges with good quality primer to prevent rust.
Cutting is not advised
Overlap or bend surplus length to finish installation
Prepare a line for the edging to follow and remove any obstructions. If the ground is stony, loosen fist.
Drive one end of EverEdge to the correct depth, leaving the other end sufficiently clear to enable linking to the next section.
The top of the EverEdge panel should be level with the point where the soil and grass meet.
Link the Everedge and use a screwdriver to push the tongue on the front panel through the hole in the rear panel no more than 45°
When bending EverEdge to a required angle, it is advisable to use a solid platform such as a work bench, the edge of a table, or some timber.
For further information regarding EverEdge Classic, please contact a member of our technical sales team on 01952 897917.
Find more information in our guide How To Install Lawn Edging