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EcoBorder

Model # ECOBRD BRN 4FT

Internet # 202650522

Store SKU # 502689

4 ft. Brown Rubber Landscape Edging

$9.97 /each
  • Easy to install; requires no extra tools
  • Durable and flexible edging to conform to any landscape project
  • Made of recycled tires and requires no trimming or diggingis

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Product Overview

EcoBorder offers the strength and beauty of stone with the flexibility of rubber. The edging is easy to install and will not crack or heave. It is effective in keeping mulch in and grass out of your flowerbeds. The edging is made from recycled tires, and it includes installation hardware for easy set-up.

  • EcoBorder edging made from recycled tires
  • Sturdy and flexible for edging around many different types of landscaping
  • Easy to install and re-arrange with no trimming or digging required
  • Includes installation hardware
  • Requires no digging for installation
  • Uses 3-step install connecting system: place it, connect it and secure it
  • Trademark mower edge design for you to mow a clean border every time

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
48 
Product Height (in.) 
3.125 
Product Width (in.) 
2.75 
Width 
2.75 in 

Details

Attachable 
Yes 
Color Family 
Tan 
Color/Finish 
Brown 
Hardware Included 
Yes 
Landscape Supply Type 
Non Concrete Edging 
Material 
Rubber 
Package Quantity 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
3 year limited warranty 

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Can they be cut to fit?

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Windsor, Ca
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June 19, 2016
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Yes! My landscaper put most of them in but I put some in and I cut one with a hand saw. I am 58 years old and it was a little work for me but it was no problem for my young landscaper.
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August 22, 2015
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Yes. I had to cut mine and it was super easy. I used a back saw and miter box and was through it in about 30 seconds. I then used a utility knife to refine the cut to the perfect size.
Couldn't have been easier!
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July 18, 2015
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Yes.
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June 12, 2015
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Yes, just use a fine tooth saw, preferably a hack saw. You can cut them on 45 degree angles too to but against a house or wall. Each section has predrilled holes in the ends for the 3" plastic dowels that connect the sections. So, if you cut one end, just use a drill to make new holes in the cut end, otherwise there's no way to hold the sections together. Make sure you use a drill bit smaller than the Read More
Yes, just use a fine tooth saw, preferably a hack saw. You can cut them on 45 degree angles too to but against a house or wall. Each section has predrilled holes in the ends for the 3" plastic dowels that connect the sections. So, if you cut one end, just use a drill to make new holes in the cut end, otherwise there's no way to hold the sections together. Make sure you use a drill bit smaller than the dowel so it doesn't slip out. Read Less
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June 10, 2015
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Yes, this product can be trimmed if needed.
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Would this border hold up to a home daycare playground? I'm concerned about children stepping on it.

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Norfolk, VA
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July 7, 2016
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Theoretically yes, but I would not use it in that context because there will inevitably be a large child who will stomp on it & ruin it.
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It is pretty durable and I think that the border would hold up well but the stakes may break with a lot of continuous movement on it.
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June 15, 2016
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Yes..... Ours were already installed....Landscapers had driven their trucks and parked on them for extended periods.... And a palette of wall blocks were also delivered and set right on top of them. I I I was sure that they were ruined.... But Once removed, they Actually looked like nothing had ever happened. Very durable.
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April 26, 2016
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Yes. It is sturdy enough for kids to step on and if they fall on it it's much safer than brick.
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Flexible to work on a hill

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Reading, PA
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Is this product flexible in the direction that you can use it on a flowerbed on the up/down side of a hill? The photos show bending it to make curves but don't know if you can bend up and down to work on the slope of a hill.
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Yes. Flexible in both dimensions.
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April 26, 2016
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The landscaping edges can be used on a hill.
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Massive roots

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Bay Area, CA
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April 17, 2016
I have Liquid Amber surface roots that this will need to go over. Trees no longer there but roots are very big and numerous. Will these stakes go through or should I buy the 10" metal round anchoring spikes offered online here at HD? If so, are these the best fit for this edging product?
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Windsor, Ca
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June 20, 2016
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The plastic stakes will not go through tough surfaces without breaking. You will have to use something stronger. I did find some larger galvanized nails at Home Depot.
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Ideally, it would be best to cut the roots out. The stakes are plastic so they will not penetrate the roots, but the flexibility may allow for them to go around ...if possible. You could also add some fill dirt to elevate installation area, hopefully elevating the product enough to not hit roots.
10" metal stakes may also be used.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best border ever! This border is great, easy to work with, and looks great in my landscaping. I bought the 48 pack, had it shipped, and the freight company misplaced my package (how do you misplace 350 lbs!). It arrived about 2 weeks late which was upsetting as I had to reschedule my landscaper but once in I love it. I had almost enough to do my backyard and will order a few more to complete. In the front I removed the lawn and trimmed the yard in the border and put rock. In the back I put the border around the lawn and will add the same rock to border around the lawn. Both look great! The one negative is, like others have commented, the plastic stakes they provide are weak and in about half, the heads break off. I would think that the manufacturer could come up with a better design! June 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Attractive but Too Narrow This edging installed easily, & we love its appearance. However, we are distressed that we have to use an edging tool to cut the 1" strip of grass that the lawn mower cannot reach. If the base were just 1" wider it would be perfect! July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install This product is easy to install, can bend up to 70 degrees, looks outstanding. Added bonus, made in USA in Indiana. Installed 46 4' pieces, with bottom lip out so mower rides on it, grass is cut right to edge. June 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it This is the best edging I have every used. So simple to install, I was able to install without assistance June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Product The key to placing this product is to make sure the soil is soft. I recommend doing it after a rainstorm or soaking the ground with a hose first. I placed the edging after a good rain and was able to push the stakes in with my hand and had it done in no time. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks pretty nice, cutting can be a challenge. We just installed this yesterday/today around our tree. It looks pretty nice, I was surprised. Tip #1: buy the product from the same shipping box if possible. Like everything else that's dyed, there are color variances. We made a 22' ring and per the manufacturers website we cut the ends on small angles to better shape the joints. However, they say to cut both ends on an angle. I did this and it still didn't fit quite right. Tip #2: I found taking one angle cut end (the right ends were cut by me) and joining it to the straight/flat (the left uncut end) end worked rather well. Cutting is more of a nuisance than labor intensive. I used a hacksaw with an 18 tooth blade. The problem cutting isn't really the cutting, it's the product wiggling around with each stroke of the saw. Tip 3: The most important tip! It will save you energy! Spray your blade with WD40 before each cut! You'll find it cuts like butter compared to not using it! :) May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Just redone our flower beds and used this product. Love it. Easy to install and looks great April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best on the market well like others have said it is extremely good product. But it still has room for improvement. 1. Could be a little more flexible 2. Could be offered in custom shapes as a special order of course. 3. joining pins could be improved by adding a medal bracket and screws of sorts so you won't get splits. 4. best way I've cut them so far is to use a chop saw even if you get that rubber smelling smoke. better than trying to hand saw it. The minimum I was able to use was 5 and still maintained a circle not all these weired angles recommended. With a little extra cost in medal brackets I was able to achieve that. September 4, 2014
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