EverEdge’s product offering has been extended to accommodate heavy duty edgings and edgings for landscape design.
Manufactured from 1.6mm galvanised steel, EverEdge Classic lawn edging has been developed to provide a clean and even edge to paths and flower beds. Designed to anchor into the ground, the product can be shaped in to curves and corners to suit a variety of applications.
Meanwhile, the company’s ProEdge is better suited to landscape design, where a longer and denser edge is often required. Despite its thicker edge, the product allows for sharp corners and curves.
A heavy duty edging, EverEdge’s Titan has been designed to accommodate large scale commercial projects, such as parks and public spaces. Due to its deeper edge, Titan is also ideal for retaining banks and steep slopes.
The edging can be customised to be any height or thickness required; it is available in a range of different of finishes, including natural weathering, galvanised, powder-coated and corten.
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