Installation Instructions

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 1Step 1: Unravel the coiled edging out of the box and place a source of weight to keep down both ends of the edging. Only lay uncoiled edging on pavement and not on grass. If the temperature is below 65 degrees in direct sun, the edging will need to be exposed to the sun for a minimum of two days. If it is between 65-75 degrees in direct sun, 8 hours. In excess of 75 degrees in direct sun, three to four hours will be sufficient.

NOTE: This method will allow for EASIER installation as the goal is to install the edging as a flat versus a coiled piece. Installing the product right from the packaging will create misery in installing the edging and affect the ability for the edging to stay in the ground.

Step 2: Dig a 4-5 inch trench along lawn edge

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 2

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 3Step 3: Sink edging into trench with the bottom “V” lip facing the rocks or mulch

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 4Step 4: Secure edging with stakes facing the grass as indicated

 

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 5Step 5: Sink stake through the fin every 5 feet at a 45 degree angle

 

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 6aStep 6: For connecting two sections of edging together, cut five inches from one of the sections of bead.

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 6bAttach both sections with a connecting plug.

 

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 6dHammer the anchor stake through both sections of edging.

 

 

 

Lawn Edging Installation - Step 7Step 7: Backfill and pat down firmly

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