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EDGING PAVERS OVERVIEW

Landscapes need to have certain features for them to remain looking spic-and-span longer, as well as to keep their practical benefits. One such feature is edging – the line that separates lawns from driveways, walkways, or patios. Accordingly, there are several edging pavers that you may choose from for your property, such as:

  • Brick. Be it new or just recycled ones, brick pavers make for great edging materials. Brick has a unique earthy feel that can make a lawn appear very homey and inviting. It is also extremely decorative and can easily make outdoors stand out aesthetically. Likewise, brick’s color never fades, so it remains attractive even after decades.
  • Concrete. If you’re looking for a truly durable edging material, then choose concrete. There are precast concrete edgings that will work well for most outdoors, and there are also made-to-specification ones that will ensure a custom look. They are also easy to install and maintain. These qualities of concrete edging help increase your property’s value should you eventually decide to sell it.
  • Stone. Natural stone edging pavers are preferred by a lot of landscaping contractors and property owners (commercial and residential) because of their natural beauty that is hard to replicate. They likewise come in various colors, shapes, sizes, and textures, so it’s easy to find the perfect ones that will complement your property’s existing theme or overall design.

These edging pavers can be installed in two ways: vertically and horizontally. Horizontal application is recommended to make lawn mowing effortless and in areas that are especially close to borders. Meanwhile, laying the edging paver vertically means that a deep trench must be dug out. You only have to choose which method will provide the effects that you have in mind.

Benefits of Edgings on Your Garden, Lawn, or Landscape

With landscape and garden edgings, you will not only keep your outdoors looking organized. You will also essentially create stunning curb appeal. With careful installation of edging pavers, it is possible to create specific focal points around your outdoor area, which will surely impress your friends or guests. Additionally, installing these edgings will keep away invasive weeds and other plant species that can harm other plants in your lawn or garden.

EDGING PAVERS VIDEOS

Edging pavers are great additions to landscapes or gardens not just because of their practical benefits but also for their important role in improving the aesthetic appeal of these areas. Watch these videos to learn how you can improve your outdoor area by just adding these types of paving materials.


How to install a Paving Stone Border
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Pave Edge Installation Techniques
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EDGING PAVERS APPLICATION

Edging pavers are versatile materials that can be used in the following spots:

  • Lawns
  • Plant boxes
  • Gardens
  • Pathways
  • Driveways
  • Ground covers

Installing these pavers to create stunning appeal is called “curbing.” Accordingly, landscaping contractors use appropriate curbing or edging machines that allow them to cut out flower beds or create trenches for the edging pavers to be installed quickly. They normally have both electric- and gas-powered edging machines to suit specific edging installation needs.

EDGING PAVERS PHOTOS

Don’t have ideas on how beautiful your landscape will look just by using edging pavers? Just click the photos below to see how these landscape edging materials can make your property stand out.

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RESOURCES

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