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Model # 814

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COL-MET

4 in. L x 8 ft. W Steel Landscape Edging

  • Durable steel for years of use
  • Easy to shape and install
  • Excellent choice for retaining mulch and rock from turfgrass
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Product Overview

  • Durable steel for years of use
  • Easy to shape and install
  • Excellent choice for retaining mulch and rock from turfgrass
COL-MET 8 ft. Steel Landscape Edging keeps a clean line between grass and plant beds. The green, powder-coated steel resists frost heave and easily bends and shapes to the design you want. It comes with 4 removable stakes that hold the edging in the ground and interlock it to other pieces (sold separately).
  • Green, powder-coated steel resists frost heave
  • Easy to shape and bend to any design for raised plant beds, driveways and cement forms
  • 4 in. tall for decorative edging of your lawn and garden areas
  • Includes 4 removable stakes to hold edging in the ground and connect it to other pieces (sold separately)
  • Use to retain mulch and stone

Product Overview

  • Durable steel for years of use
  • Easy to shape and install
  • Excellent choice for retaining mulch and rock from turfgrass
Model #: 814
Sku #: 315186
Internet #: 100327736

COL-MET 8 ft. Steel Landscape Edging keeps a clean line between grass and plant beds. The green, powder-coated steel resists frost heave and easily bends and shapes to the design you want. It comes with 4 removable stakes that hold the edging in the ground and interlock it to other pieces (sold separately).

  • Green, powder-coated steel resists frost heave
  • Easy to shape and bend to any design for raised plant beds, driveways and cement forms
  • 4 in. tall for decorative edging of your lawn and garden areas
  • Includes 4 removable stakes to hold edging in the ground and connect it to other pieces (sold separately)
  • Use to retain mulch and stone

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
.072
Product Length (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
96

Details

Color Family
Green
Color/Finish
Green
Features
Attachable
Included
Stakes
Landscape Supply Type
Edging
Material
Metal
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
8lb

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
NO

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
.072
Product Length (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
96

Details

Color Family
Green
Color/Finish
Green
Features
Attachable
Included
Stakes
Landscape Supply Type
Edging
Material
Metal
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
8lb

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
NO

Questions & Answers

Would this fold/bend to be placed in the trunk of a car for transportation?

Would this fold/bend to be placed in the trunk of a car for transportation?
Asked by: yllieryllek
I bought some yesterday and took it home in my Nissan Altima. I put them in through the trunk and had to put the back seat down but it was doable. The pieces came almost to the front dashboard. We bought about 19 8 ft pieces.
Answered by: Texgirl
Date published: 2019-05-21

Are the stakes included? I also see them sold separately.

Are the stakes included? I also see them sold separately.
Asked by: yllieryllek
Yes, they are attached to the ends, they do have to broken off with pliers. Very easy to detach, hope this helps.
Answered by: Underdodge
Date published: 2019-04-21

Given the way these attach to each other, do two pieces equal 16 feet? Or would I need to subt...

Given the way these attach to each other, do two pieces equal 16 feet? Or would I need to subtract a few inches to account for the overlap?
Asked by: YoYoYo
Two pieces of the edging will not be 16 feet. When installed and ends overlapped for installation, you will end up with a section of 15 feet 4 inches
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2018-05-31

do the stakes go on the inside or the outside of the edging?

do the stakes go on the inside or the outside of the edging?
Asked by: Tom
That is your call for appearance in your application. for a planting bed, I would put the stakes on the inside for a cleaner appearance, while I used these as a concrete mold so I put them on the outside for easier removal and a smoother surface on the face of the concrete once these were removed.
Answered by: ST66
Date published: 2018-11-06
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Customer Reviews

4 in. L x 8 ft. W Steel Landscape Edging is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 110.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best solution for me After looking at all the available edging solutions, I chose this steel product. For me, it was the best overall product and very cost effective. I used approx. 128' of material to enclose the bed around my azaleas and shrubs in front of the house. It did not require digging a trench or disturbing the beds. It was easy to bend to my liking and drive in the stakes. I have a mildly sloping yard but it did not affect the installation. It is able to handle a good deal of mulch without fear of bending or collapsing. In fact, I accidentally ran over the top of the curved section at the end of the house with the riding mower. No damage at all. For me, being able to run the string trimmer along the edging to get a nice finished look to my lawn is very nice. It cuts down on trimming time and I am not constantly trying to rake mulch back into the bed. It is not the cheapest solution but price per foot, I feel it is a cost effective product. I will use it again in the fall to build a new, larger bed around some trees in the front lawn.
Date published: 2010-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from short learning curve, and worth the effort Use stout pliers to bend the stakes back and forth to remove. I put the edging on the ground, standing on it with one foot while grabbing the stakes with the pliers to remove. I am not an incredibly strong woman, but once I got the hang of it, removing the stakes was fairly easy. Installation went smoothly by first cleaving a small slit with an edger in our clay soil along a garden hose laid out in the pattern I wanted to edge. (I waited for the day after sufficient rainfall to soften our hard red clay). I then pushed the edging in the soil slit, tamped it level with a rubber mallet, and went section by section until completed. TIP: make sure the first piece you start with has the edge furthest from the starting point buried on the ground side. That way, your next piece will have the top edge available to easily line up with the edge further in the ground, making stake installation a snap.
Date published: 2015-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am a 53 year old female who does not like yard work. I installed about 90 feet of this by mysel... I am a 53 year old female who does not like yard work. I installed about 90 feet of this by myself at my home in north Dallas, Texas. I first had to dig out the old edging, which was the same type. My home was built in '83 and I suppose that the old edging had been there since then. Therefore I would guess it has lasted over 30 years; which makes it a good value! Installation was not that difficult; separating the spikes from the edging was not difficult at all. I watched the videos first that are provided by the manufacturer on its website. This may not make any sense unless you have already installed some, but the manufacturer says that it should be installed so that once one section is in place, and another is about to be joined, it should be that the new section end should be at the top, joining to one that is orientated with the joining arm down. There was no way for me to do this because I needed to start from the left and work to the right. Still, my installation was successful; so don't let that small detail deter you.
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bought to replace piece damaged by mower. disappointed to find it is now a foot shorter than pre... Bought to replace piece damaged by mower. disappointed to find it is now a foot shorter than previous original pieces.
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used it against a slope where I wanted to put... Used it against a slope where I wanted to put a row of bricks for edging. Wanted to be sure they would stay secure. This product worked like a charm! I bought the longer stakes to secure it, I wasn't sure the short ones that were attached would do the job or erosion would cause them to fail.
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a great edging system, but it may be a bit more work than it appears. I've always been prett... It's a great edging system, but it may be a bit more work than it appears. I've always been pretty handy. Col-Met says you may or may not want to dig a trench. Unless your soil is soft and rock free, you better dig a trench--just a couple of inches--because if the bottom edge hits a rock as you are trying to pound the edging down, it's not going to go down. I found it a bit tricky to keep the edging straight, but I found you can use small rocks on each side, in the trench, to help keep it straight (after staking). Then cover them with soil, or in my case with gravel on the other side. Great for containing gravel. Not cheap! I edged about 30 ft. This cost me about $90. Looks really nice. Better than wavy rubbery edging. It's very strong steel, but you can bend it to follow a curve. (This photo showed a nice curve, but the review software made the photo pretty tiny and hacked some of it off.)
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installation was as expected; required some digging with flat edge shovel to get sharp edge and s... Installation was as expected; required some digging with flat edge shovel to get sharp edge and some pounding with rubber mallet to set edging. Edging looks good and provides a neat and durable transition from my pebble walkway to my lawn.
Date published: 2019-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This edging is being used to separate grass lawn from flowerbeds and Loriope grass borders on our... This edging is being used to separate grass lawn from flowerbeds and Loriope grass borders on our residential property. It joins together nicely piece to piece with an overlapping stake joint that can provide long continuous runs.
Date published: 2019-04-10
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