Model # 2032HD

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Emsco 20 ft. Bedrocks TrimFree Resin Slate Lawn Edging
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Emsco

20 ft. Bedrocks TrimFree Resin Slate Lawn Edging

  • Barrier eliminates the need for edging after mowing
  • Adjustable to accommodate curves, angles and bends
  • Easy to install with hammer or mallet
$61.23 /case

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The Emsco Group Outdoor TrimFree Bedrocks Edging creates a beautiful edge border to enhance your garden or lawn with a look of stacked slate, great for adding definition to any border around your flower beds, mailbox area, playground, etc. The exclusive TrimFree feature forms a barrier to prohibit grass or vegetation growth so no edging is needed after mowing; just mow grass to the edge and no "weed whacking" is necessary. It adjusts to a 180-degree angle at the joints to easily form right angles, curves and bends. The edging is easy to install; simply tap in the extra long spikes to each piece (10 included) with a hammer or mallet. Each pack contains enough edging to cover approximately 20 ft., with all necessary endcaps and spikes included.

  • Flanged side forms a barrier that prohibits the growth of grass
  • Adjusts up to 180-degree angle at the joints to form right angles, curves and bends
  • Attractive stacked-slate border looks great for any application
  • Hammer-in edging system with extra long spikes that hold each piece in place
  • 5-year factory warranty

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Does it come with spikes to anchor the enging

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They do, short ones to mount to each other, which work well, and longer ones to secure to ground. However, I used 3/8" all thread cut to 10-12" to secure to ground, worked great.
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May 24, 2016
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Yes..;long for the blocks short for the edging..make sure the soil is on the soft side...that will make it easier.
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Yes it comes with two different size spikes that hold them securely in the ground.
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Dallas, Ga
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May 9, 2015
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Yes, it comes with short spikes for the flat edging, and longer spikes that hold each piece together.
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Algonac, michigan
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May 6, 2015
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Yes, but they are not long enough
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May 2, 2015
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Yes, this item includes hardware to anchor it.
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Understanding that each section is approx 12" long. I am going to place them around my 15'x30' pool. What is your suggested amout to purchase?

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How many sections per order?
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First, each piece is 15" effectively (from spike to spike.) You get 16 pieces per box. 16 x 15" = 240" = 20' as advertised.
15' = 180" / 15" per piece = 12, so each 15' section of your pool would need 12 pieces. You have, in effect, six 15' sections (counting the 30' as two 15'), so you need 72 pieces.
72 pieces / 16 pieces per box = 4.5 boxes, so you need to buy 5 boxes to go completely around Read More
First, each piece is 15" effectively (from spike to spike.) You get 16 pieces per box. 16 x 15" = 240" = 20' as advertised.
15' = 180" / 15" per piece = 12, so each 15' section of your pool would need 12 pieces. You have, in effect, six 15' sections (counting the 30' as two 15'), so you need 72 pieces.
72 pieces / 16 pieces per box = 4.5 boxes, so you need to buy 5 boxes to go completely around your pool.
If you don't need to go all around it, I hope my math will help you figure out how much you do need. Read Less
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If your pool is a rectangle 15' by 30' and each section is 12" or 1', you will need 15' + 30' + 15' + 30' = 90'.
So, If each box contain 20 sections or 20' you will need 5 boxes, which will contain 100'.
That will be good because you will have 10 extra feet to work with, in case you have any problems with any of the sections.
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Make sure you get much more than you need because when they are counting 20ft in box, you do not get 20 ft unless you count the extra ends or something. I needed 36ft in front and 26ft on side, ordered 80ft or 4 boxes to be safe and did not have a single one left. In fact used a couple ends to look like one for the very last piece
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I would buy 3 boxes of the 20ft or you can get two 20ft and one 10ft - but you would have to buy the 10ft somewhere else and it costs about as much as the 20ft at Home Depot.
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July 7, 2015
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If the pool is rectangular and you are putting the bedrocks right next to your pool, then 4 boxes of 20 pcs each should be enough. If it is going a few inches longer than that you should also be fine. Any unopened boxes can be returned. Thanks
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what is the maximum height can these be stacked

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Not made to stack, not sure how that would work, or stay in place.
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They do not stack
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You're looking at the wrong type of "edging". These are not stacked, they are only for placing end-to-end. In fact, each piece is hollow and come in the box stacked within each other.
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July 7, 2015
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These can not be stacked. Thanks
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July 3, 2015
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This product cannot be stacked.
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what does the inside of the edging look like? Does it also look like brick?

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Yes it does.
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Inside is same as outside without the edge.
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Inside looks the same stone/brick texture like the outside.
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The answer is yes. The only difference is one side has an apron (which I put on the lawn side) and the other is just vertical.
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Yes, it looks exactly like the front of the brick!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 250 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So easy to install I love this product. It was so easy to install. It is plastic, but looks pretty good. I lined my beds with it to keep the mulch contained. I am a 64 year old woman and did the whole bed by myself in less than one hour. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lawn Edging The lawn edging was very easy to install and looks amazing. Very pleased with this purchase. July 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great, received many compliments. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use I'm going to rate this as a 4 star for now pending how it does through the summer. I'm using mine for protection around my trees in the front yard. I live in an upper-middle class neighborhood and the comments from my neighbors have been that they think they look good. These are very easy to put down. The pieces just snap together and then you push in the stakes provided. In my yard I was able to push the stake in with just my hand, which has me a bit concerned. I hire a guy to mow my yard, and while he is good and I'm sure will take due care when mowing around them, I'm concerned that the stakes will start coming up as the edges are run over time and again. We'll have to wait and see. I'm posting three pictures of my use. I expect all of these to look better once my Bermuda grass gets growing and covers some of the edging. Overall, considering how much cheaper this is than the real stones, if I have further need of a border I would come back and get some more. March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lawn Edging I bought 4 boxes for my project. Two at first, than decided to add other plants and so I bought two more boxes. This item so very easy to put together and pin to the ground. They look so real and I'd buy more if/when I expand my flower beds. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Children's play area We used this to replace landscape timbers around a play area for our grandkids. Very easy to install. Looks great and works well. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PROVIDED A HIGH-QUALITY BORDER FOR OUR YARD Easy to install, Attractive, Efficient, Allows for easy access to mowing. August 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bedrocks resin lawn edgingy Installation was easy. The resin nails should have all been of the longer length intended for the finished ends. This would have secured the sections better. The look is more fake then I would have liked and for the price I could have spent a little more on real bricks. Over all the edging is serving it's purpose. If it last 2 or three years I'll be happy but the resin is very thin and light. August 2, 2016
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