|Product Height (in.)||5 in||Product Length (ft.)||40 ft|
|Product Length (in.)||40 in||Product Width (in.)||480 in|
|Landscape Supply Type||Edging||Material||Plastic|
|Pack Size||1||Packaging Type||Individual|
|Product Weight (lb.)||8.2 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Manufacturer Warranty|
A: Jonnyk, There should be 10 stakes that come with the 40' terrace board edging. Please place every 4 feet for optimal performance of our terrace board. Please let me know if you have any more questions. Thank you. Melanie @Avon Plastics
A: Good Morning Libby, Thank you for your question. A small tooth saw or hack saw will do the trick. A sharp pair of tin snips will do the job. Let me know if you have any further questions. Melanie Ebnet, Ecomm specialist, Avon Plastics
A: I scored it with an Exacto type knife then I cut it with heavy duty scissors.
A: I cut mine with a box cutter!
A: Good Morning Carl, Thank you for your question. I would recommend using a Terrace Board Stake to hold the ends together. Any other means of attaching the ends may compromise the integrity of the product. Here is the link for the stake at Home Depot, https://www.homedepot.com/p/Master-Mark-Terrace-Board-Stakes-in-Black-20-Pack-99402/203504235 Let me know if this helps. Have a great day! Melanie Ebnet, Ecommerce Specialist, Avon Plastics
A: yes real easy
A: Probably too tough to staple together. If you really want to you can use a nut and bolt or just press the sides together and use the stakes to keep them in place.
A: The plastic although bendable is too thick for staple. You could super glue it together. Nut bolt will not look good, but it is a personal preference.
A: It would be too tough for an average stapler. A bolt might be necessary.
A: If the staple is long enough that you can bend the ends then it may hold. I think that a small nut/bolt would be better as you have suggested.
A: Can't say as I haven't put it to that test, but I've had it in place multiple locations on the property for 2 years and no visible degradation is present.
A: Good Morning Mateo, Thank you for taking the time to ask this question regarding our product. Master Mark Terrace Board is made from HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) and is very durable. It is resistant to chips and scratches and the outdoor elements. If you are using a weed whip with a plastic string this should hold up quite well. Please let me know if you have other questions. Melanie Ebnet, Avon Plastics
A: It would not hold up to a gas powered, but it does to my rechargeable black and decker one..