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Master Mark

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Terrace Board 5 in. x 40 ft. Black Landscape Lawn Edging with Stakes

$22.90 /each
  • Ultraviolet light won't fade in the sun light
  • Easy installation
  • Includes 40 ft. edging and 10 stakes

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Made from 100% recycled quality post consumer HDPE plastic, Terrace Board 5 in. x 40 ft. Black Landscape Lawn Edging coil provides a textured, wood grained look for a raised layer of mulch, rocks or soil. Edging blocks spreading of grass and maintains a durable boundary for mulch, rock and other decorative materials the Lifetime Edging provides strength for tough lawn jobs and durability for years of performance. Create clean elegant lines that highlight sweeping landscape design curves. Made from 100% recycled milk jugs and other high density polyethylene post consumer plastics.

  • Includes 40 ft. edging and 10 stakes
  • Assembled dimension: 480 in. length x 5 in. height
  • Ultraviolet light stable formula won't fade in the sun light
  • Prior to installation, lay uncoiled edging flat in warm sunlight to improve flexibility
  • Easy to install

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Is there couplings to join two pieces together?

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overlap and use spikes
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no
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May 24, 2016
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no... but you can overlap the board and use a stake to hold them together.
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December 22, 2015
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No, but because the ends are flat they can overlapped a little and held in place by a stake. It is not easily noticeable and looks great!
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Not included. I would suggest fastened lap joints.
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No ...Calculated size of circle to determine how much border was necessary. Ordered an extra roll to cut pieces the correct length and used stainless steel 1/4" x 20 machine screws 3/4" long with lock washers and nuts to secure.
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Washington, PA
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No, like composite board there are no couplings. Overlap is the best way of joining with a stake at that point.
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No
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NO. I used left over PVC decking and screws to join two pieces
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May 18, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, I need more information from you in order to properly address your question. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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how many stakes come with a roll?

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I think 10
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The 40 foot roll came with 10 stakes. You can buy extra stakes.
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Port Richey, FL
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December 22, 2015
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Ten stakes come with each 40 feet of roll so about one every four feet. You would want to use a stake at the inside of a curve and about three inches from each end.
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10
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Washington, PA
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6 stakes come with the roll, but order extra as I used almost 15 per roll
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Ten
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June 8, 2015
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The Master Mark Terrace Board 5 in. x 40 ft. Black Landscape Lawn Edging will come with ten stakes.
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Extra stakes:

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Can you purchase extra stakes?
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yes , get a couple
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get a couple of extra packs of spikes
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yes
TERRACE BOARD STAKES IN BLACK (20-PACK)
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Yes they do sell extra stakes. I found 10 was the perfect amount for the 40ft piece. but that was just how i used mine. Look for this on home depot's website to purchase extra stakes.
TERRACE BOARD STAKES IN BLACK (20-PACK)
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May 18, 2016
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Jim, thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Additional stakes for this item can be ordered on HomeDepot.com. The item number is 203504235. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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specifically, how is it installed?

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does one have to dig a trench? if so how deep? or can it be driven into the ground with a rubber mallet? please send me an e-mail when my question is answered. thank you.
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push into dirt and use spikes, easy
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dig into ground, dig deep enough to set the landscape edging to desired height. Set in place. Use stakes to secure.
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I have found it best to install with a spade shovel; one with a flat face instead of a curved one. First unroll it in the sun and anchor down with some heavy rocks for a few hours so it can warm up to straighten out. Mark out with some string or paint the way you want it laid out. Using the flat spade shovel send it down (about half the width of the edging) into the soil. Move the shovel forward and back Read More
I have found it best to install with a spade shovel; one with a flat face instead of a curved one. First unroll it in the sun and anchor down with some heavy rocks for a few hours so it can warm up to straighten out. Mark out with some string or paint the way you want it laid out. Using the flat spade shovel send it down (about half the width of the edging) into the soil. Move the shovel forward and back to loosen it up but without digging a trench. Place one end of the edging ( about two feet) into the loosened soil and using the spade shovel behind the edging, move the shovel forward/back while pressing down at the same time the edging. By using this back/forth action, you work the edging down without much digging. Follow this action for the length of the edging and hammering in a stake approximately every four feet for the entire roll. You can use the back of the shovel or a rubber mallet to hammer down the edging when it becomes stubborn. Place a starting and ending stake about three inches from the ends. Read Less
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As far as I can see there is no need to trench out unless you think its absolutely necessary. I purchased 2 rolls of this edging 3 weeks ago to circumvent and retain leveling medium under a small swimming pool. 12" x 3'. I simply unrolled it and laid it in the sun until it softened and then measured the length needed by first calculating the circumference of the circle needed and cut it accordingly. I Read More
As far as I can see there is no need to trench out unless you think its absolutely necessary. I purchased 2 rolls of this edging 3 weeks ago to circumvent and retain leveling medium under a small swimming pool. 12" x 3'. I simply unrolled it and laid it in the sun until it softened and then measured the length needed by first calculating the circumference of the circle needed and cut it accordingly. I made sure to leave an extra inch or two to overlap and fasten. I put up the edging using 2 1/4" x 20 stainless steel screws (heads to the inside) to fasten the 2 ends together. Then starting to stake it with the stakes on the inside to hide them as much as possible, I continued keeping the circle as true as possible by measuring the diameter as I went along. The whole project took less than an hour and came out fine. Would definitely use this again. If you need additional stakes you could probably buy some tent stakes at sports authority. Also if the circle is extremely large then approximate the center..drive a landscape spike into the ground. place masons string around the spike and measure out to the radius you need. using another spike scribe your outside line so you have a guide to follow. Like a compass. On grass use a can of red or black spray paint. That's it. Read Less
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This product cannot be pounded into the ground, it will bend. So if you desire the product to be even or less than 5" above the ground you must dig a trench or as I did, use a flat shovel to make a narrow slit in the ground. Note: for a neater install be sure the ground against the board is straight.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 121 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just right for the job This is just what I needed for putting a simple edge between my mulched bed and the fence. It is 5" high which allowed it to be partially buried, and yet high enough to help keep mulch from drifting through the chain link fence. It was easy enough to cut with a utility knife where I had to make a slight uphill bend. Before installing the edging, I removed the wrap ties and stretched the whole thing out in the yard. It sat for about 1 hour on a warm day (75 F) and was straightened enough to be no problem. I am pleased with it and the price is fair. If feels like it's good quality, and I like that is made from recycled material and made in the USA. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tough Flexible edging board Used the edging to hold up sand as a substrate for slate walkway - the stakes provided were great for the initial layout shape, but I ended up supplementing them with steel stakes to complete the project May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I was very impressed with this landscaping material when it came in, and the price was really reasonable for the size and length. Unfortunately, I'm old (66) and the people who so generously offered to help landscape a long thin area along a fence backed out on the project, and I wasn't able to use the material. It was just what I had wanted, though, and would have been perfect. Since I was unable to use it, I took it back to Home Depot where they refunded my money with no questions asked. I appreciated the ease of returning it, but am still disappointed I wasn't able to make use of it. I would still recommend it. July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Edging Landscape Lawn Edging with Stakes is great. It also looks Great! August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product. Durable, flexible at a good price. I used this product as protective edging around my swimming pool screen enclosure. I had small lizards and other small critters making holes in the screening getting into the pool deck. So far is doing its job. It was very easy to cut and installed. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This really works great I have purchased this product now four time and it really works great. It is flexible and make curves easy. It is great that the stakes come with the edging. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than what is available in the the store Surprised to find that they do not sell this at my store. I liked that the stakes came with it, but found I still needed to add some of my own for my project. Make sure you roll it out and leave in the sun for a day to allow it to unroll. That helps tremendously in making it more pliable. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Edging This is difficult to install because of the stiffness but once it is in it is a very nice edging. I got it to keep the mulch in place and it is perfect got this purpose August 9, 2016
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