Internet #100124073

Model #14TRSB

Store SKU #272448

4 ft. 14-Gauge Pre-curved Brown Steel Tree Ring Section

  • Used to create beds around trees
  • Multiple pieces can be used to make circular beds
  • Powder coated steel withstands rust
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This brown COL-MET 4 ft. Steel Tree Ring Section is used to create circular beds or to surround the base of a tree. This pre-curved, brown powder-coated steel edging section interlocks with other sections to create a complete tree ring with a seamless appearance. Three sections (each sold separately) make a 3 ft. diameter tree ring, with each additional section adding another foot to the circle's diameter.
  • Designed to interlock seamlessly with other sections to make a complete tree ring
  • 3 sections (each sold separately) make a 3 ft. diameter tree ring and each additional section adds another foot to the circle's diameter to create a clean line between tree and lawn
  • Includes stakes for attaching it to other sections and securing it in the ground
  • Brown powder-coated steel edging offers a long-lasting, professional looking landscaping design
  • Includes 3 stakes

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Exterior Diameter (in.)
36
Assembled Height (in.)
4 in
Assembled Interior Diameter (in.)
36

Details

Assembled Weight (lbs.)
4
Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Brown
Features
Attachable,Interlocking
Landscape Supply Type
Edging
Material
Steel
Number of Pieces
1
Package Weight (lbs.)
4.08
Packaging Type
Individual
Project Kit Type
Tree Ring

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No expressed warranty

Questions & Answers

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How does one pull the stakes apart? They seem to be welded together when they come with the ring section.

Asked by Penny March 17, 2016
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You ask a really strong person to break them apart. Seriously they do come apart it’s just a little hard

How many segments to complete one circle? What is the resulting diameter?

Asked by Bubba July 12, 2017
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Per packaging it’s 1’ diameter for each section. I.e. 3 sections = 3 ‘ diameter I wouldn’t recommend less than a 2’ diameter

Is this item rust free.

Asked by 8675309 August 23, 2017
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Yes. Very hard paint and I make sure I don't abrade or scratch the covering to allow rust. I have made over 24 rings with this product and never had a problem. I have drilled through the section and stake to bolt them together but this was a personal preference and not a necessity. To protect, I hit them with corresponding brown primer in a spay can.

Do you have to use three separate sections to make the ring, or can I use two to make a smaller ring?

Asked by Tony June 19, 2016
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I have tried to make a 24" diameter circle but the metal is so rigid (good thing) that it never worked. Did purchase a piece of 24" PVC sewage pipe from pipe supplier and cut segments from that.

Does COL-MET stock these in a black finish? All I see online to order are green and brown.

Asked by Gino June 21, 2015
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COL-MET manufacturing is close to me and I have asked. Just green and brown. If wanting black, use a good paint to adhere. Did not need to prime to change color.

Are the 4ft curved sections compatible with the 8ft straight sections (e.g., to make corners) or ...

Asked by Nathaniel September 28, 2020
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The curved 4' sections and the straight 4' sections are actually the same pieces, the tree ring sections are just curved. So yes, the curved and straight pieces will matchup at the ends, but because of the curved ends it would be easier to use the straight 4' sections and bend those as opposed to try and straighten the curved ends.

Is 7 pcs. For a 7 ft. Ring too many? I have a 7 ft. circle out front filled with billiardball-si...

Asked by Andy March 2, 2019
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The sections are actually 4" in length, so 7 sections (28' total) would make a ring that is almost 9 feet across.

what is the secret to getting the metal stakes off of the section?

Asked by Pearl June 8, 2015
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Use two adjustable pliers to twist them apart.

How many rings would I need for a 4 1/2 food diameter, would I need to do 5 foot diameter? and if...

Asked by Carolyn June 10, 2020
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4 Tree Ring Sections will make a roughly 4' diameter circle and 5 sections will make a roughly 5' diameter circle. You could use 5 pieces and overlap the last two pieces a bit, instead of connecting them end-to-end and use a Splicing Stake (SKU# 272311) to secure the overlap area.

whats the ultimate diameter of this stuff ? is the circumference 1 f ?

Asked by shawn November 12, 2016
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The description of a “1ft Tree Ring” is a bit confusing. The Tree Ring Sections are made from curved 4ft sections and they are designed to be used in groups of 3, 4 or 5 to yield a roughly 3’, 4’ or 5’ diameter circle. Once the 8” overlap is accounted for each piece offers 3’ 8” of circumference in each respective circle.

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Watched a YouTube video that helped me understand the product. Made my landscaping look like a professional did it! Great product & we definitely recommend!
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The tree rings are awesome I used them on all...
The tree rings are awesome I used them on all my trees.
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It is good overall, I did not pay attention to...
It is good overall, I did not pay attention to turn direction, left vs right, it makes a difference when everything comes together. I also realized that I can use the straight ones and bend them as needed.
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I had to return these as they were not compatible with the 8 foot straight pieces
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It was easy to build a tree ring and like it.I have a sloped yard and all t...
It was easy to build a tree ring and like it.I have a sloped yard and all the much was washing away when it rains heavily. I hope this tree ring would solve that problem.
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Very sturdy material
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