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Master Mark Terrace Board 5 in. x 40 ft. Brown Landscape Lawn Edging with Stakes
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Master Mark

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

  • Made with 100% recycled HDPE plastic
  • Ultraviolet light won't fade in the sun light
  • Easy installation
$19.97 /each

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Made from 100% recycled quality post consumer plastic, Terrace Board 5 in. x 40 ft. Brown 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.

  • Includes 40 ft. edging and 10 stakes
  • Assembled dimension: 480 in. length x 5 in. height
  • Prior to installation, lay uncoiled edging flat in warm sunlight to improve flexibility
  • Made with 100% post consumer recycled HDPE plastic
  • Ultraviolet light stable formula won't fade in the sun light
  • Easy to install

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is it available in the store, or is it online only

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Hartford,CT
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September 8, 2015
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When you order on line and have it sent to the nearest store you do not pay for shipping. That is what I had to do and it arrived earlier than expected.
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Emporia, KS
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September 7, 2015
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I found on-line but you could check with store near you to see if they carry it.
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September 7, 2015
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There is a similar product in the store, but this one is only online.
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North Fork, Eastern Long Island
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August 15, 2015
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I believe online only...never saw it in the store (smaller rolls only, not the 40 foot length)
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Flowery Branch, GA
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July 21, 2015
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I found this online
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Northern Cali
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June 23, 2015
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I believe it is online only but you should be able to have it "shipped to store" for local pick up or if your order is over 45 bucks or so you should be able to have it shipped directly to your home.
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Southport, NC
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June 16, 2015
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I couldn't find it in my local HD store - so bought it on-line.
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June 9, 2015
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Online only. Walmart has something similar in store but more expensive for the amount you get
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June 7, 2015
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Its available online and the store, yet in the store you received 1/2 the feet, 20 feet for 24.99, online I received 40ft for 19.99 + it came with 10 stakes that are better then the ones offered in store at least when I was there. I did find the same stakes in pkg of 10 at osh.
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Asheville , N.C.
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May 29, 2015
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I could only get it online.
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Grand Island, FL
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May 19, 2015
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I ordered this online, as it was not available through my local Home Depot. Check with you local Home Depot.
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Adkins, TX
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May 19, 2015
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I could only find it online but took only a week for it to be delivered.
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Texas
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May 16, 2015
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This edging was 1 inch larger than what we could find in the stores; plus it included all the stakes. A package of ten stakes cost around 16.99.
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Will this product form a nice straight line?

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I purchased the vigoro plastic edging and I was trying to get a nice straight line out of it but It is really wavy. Is this product sturdy enough to not be wavy?
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Cocoa Beach, FL
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September 14, 2016
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NO! It's a ripple no matter what you do. Buy Home Depot's Vigoro Premium stuff, it's more expensive, but it gorgeous and sturdy.
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Edgewater, FL, USA
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July 27, 2016
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let it lay flat out on a driveway for a day or so to let it get straight and use extra holders and yes it will be a nice straight line
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New Smyrna Beach, FL
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July 27, 2016
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You have to be sure to unroll it and let it sit out for the recommended length of time. Even then, I still get waviness in long spans.
I found Eco-Border to be a more expensive but it is super easy to install and gives the nice crisp lines I like in our yard.
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Baltimore
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June 24, 2016
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Yes, but you will need to order extra stakes for more support.
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Toledo, Oregon
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If properly excavated, if properly placed to be level and straight and if evenly backfilled with similar materials it will form a straight line. If you really want straight, screw it on the bottom part to be buried to a pressure treated 2 x 2 or a plastic wood 2 x 2.
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Salinas,Ca.
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Yes.
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Pleasanton, CA
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December 15, 2015
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NO
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Palm Coast, FL
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November 22, 2015
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In areas where a straight line was desired, I needed to use more than the supplied stakes to keep it straight. Laying it out over night to relax will also help. I did have some difficulties with the most inner circle. You may have to lose 6- 8 inches. Also the 40 foot length may make getting a "perfect" straight line challenging. Great product and very sturdy.
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Florida
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November 19, 2015
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It's definitely sturdy, but because it is rolled, it unrolls in a curve. Try laying it flat in the sun, and weigh it down with heavy objects until it flattens, then install it.
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Wilmington, MA, USA
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November 19, 2015
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I used extra "spikes" to hold it in place. It is not easy and over time I think it will become wavy so a little maintenance will likely be needed.
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Hartford,CT
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November 19, 2015
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The trick to installing is to lay it flat (on concrete) with bricks on top of it when it is hot outside for about a week. Then it is very easy and straight. Mine is as straight as an arrow!
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The closer you put your hold down stakes the less wave you will get on a long run. Hope this helps.
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Does this sit below mower height (can I mow over it) or does it need an edger or trimmer to cut grass around it?

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Emporia, KS
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You will need to trim around.
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You'd probably get best results with an edger.
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It will sit as high or low as you want it but I'd advise against mowing over it. Use the trimmer or mow right alongside if you let it stand higher (2 - 3 inches above grade)
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Flowery Branch, GA
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You will need to use edger or trimmer. And it does not tear at the material should you get too close
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Florida
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July 21, 2015
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You determine the height by how deep you want to bury it. I installed mine between concrete walk and shrubs where there is no mowing. That way it is up high to control the wash out of mulch etc.
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Edgewater, FL, USA
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July 20, 2015
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edger
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Northern Cali
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June 23, 2015
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I would not suggest mowing over it, it is 5 inches high. Even if you bury it in a trench to 3 inches in height and mow over it you take the chance of damaging the border as it can be flexible. I would just trim around it to be safe.
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June 16, 2015
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Need a trimmer to cut grass around perimeter.
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Need to use edger or trimmer.
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If you want it below mower height just install it deeper.
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Adkins, TX
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Since you are installing this product yourself you can decide how high this sits above grade.
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No you will need to use an edger
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How do I join the butt ends when doing a jobo that requires more than 40 feet of edging ? Glue using ovelap ?

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Palm Coast, FL
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The stakes that come with will accommodate double thickness. I overlapped mine 4 to 6" .
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The stakes that come with will accommodate a double thickness. I overlapped 4 to 6" on mine.
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Overlap and screw into plastic stake........glue unnecessary.
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Edgewater, FL, USA
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you could do that but for it to look good i'd use a paint stick center it over the 2 ends and glue that with the stick inside so it doesn't show except inside gorilla glue i've found to be the best glue also
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Yonkers, NY
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I would measure it out first, then glue with a small overlap. I would use Gorilla Glue. After glue sets, stake it in the ground. Or you can use thick tape by Gorilla Glue also.
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I overlap my ends. The stakes that are suggested will hold the two sections. I generally use a stake at each of the overlap edges just for give it added support.
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I would recommend either an overlap or a reinforced butt joint as long as the joining pieces are drilled and fastened with bolts. For an overlap joint use at least twice the height (or 10 inches) and at least 4 fasteners. For a reinforced butt joint use an extra piece of the edging at least twice the height (10 inches) and at least 3 fasteners on both sides of the joint. Only if you use a wood backer Read More
I would recommend either an overlap or a reinforced butt joint as long as the joining pieces are drilled and fastened with bolts. For an overlap joint use at least twice the height (or 10 inches) and at least 4 fasteners. For a reinforced butt joint use an extra piece of the edging at least twice the height (10 inches) and at least 3 fasteners on both sides of the joint. Only if you use a wood backer would I recommend using sheet metal screws to make the joint. Make the joint before attempting to place the edging material. Read Less
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Angleton Texas
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I used 4 by 4's every so many feet and at the joints but another method you could use would be to cut a piece of the landscape edging 6 to 8 inches long and glue it on the backside of the butt joint so that on the front side you would only see the seam. As to what kind of adhesive to use I don't have any idea.
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Something like gorilla glue would probably do the job.
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Alma, AR
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I overlapped the ends approximately 3 inches then drove a stake in the center of the overlap.
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Your topsoil will hold the edging in place .Depending where you live, I don't know if glue would hold during snowy winters or lots of rain. I just matched the ends together and the soil held it in place.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 458 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not enough stakes. Although this time I had to make straight borders only, but, Wish they included more stakes to create more stable intricate borders. September 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Buy Very easy to install. Having the border makes the mulch & flower bed around our above ground pool look nicer than when it was only mulch & flowers. I purchased 2 of these & we will use it for a pea gravel area. August 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I had mulch falling out on the pavement and it looked horrible. I setup the terrace board and it looks so nice. Everything is neat and clean. When it rains everything stays in place. It was really easy to install and it is long. I didn't need all of it so I was able to cut it easily. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good edging This product was really easy to install. It comes in rolled up so we unrolled it flat and let the hot sun heat it up to fix it flatten. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I truly like this edging for the following reasons. One.... very flexible, easy to cut. Very easy to create perfect curves in both directions. Two... 40 feet per roll.... all other options are either short or not flexible. Three.... looks. I did want the "wood" look versus black plastic. I would buy this again in a minute. I use this for a path through a landscaped island in my front yard. Purposely curving versus straight. October 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job I needed over 250 feet of edging to start a remake in my back lawn. This stuff worked great and if you have a pick and shovel and elbow grease, you install 250 in a half a day. I did a curved border, and this would certainly not make the most attractive straight border. If you have a short distance to edge I would go with something a little more expensive October 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Appears uniform, flexible when warm, easy to work with and to install. No obvious deterioration after four months, but only time will tell its durability. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Product not as Described The product in question is good but when I opened the box there were no stakes in the box and when I called customer service I was informed someone would check and get back to me, I am still waiting for someone to get back. A product should be sold as advertised and if not than the error should be corrected. This has not been the case and I have not been able to use the product. October 15, 2016
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