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Model #1806BK-24C

24 ft. x 4 in. Black Aluminum Landscape Edging Project Kit (4 - 6 ft. pieces)

  • Easy-to-install lawn edging and landscape border
  • Will not rust, rot or become brittle
  • Enables you to create straight runs or curves
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Product Overview

ProFlex Aluminum Landscape Edging is the choice of homeowners and contractors alike, offering professional grade quality landscape finishing. Popular applications include landscape beds, tree rings, walkways and pathways, brick or stone patios, gardens, drip edges and more. Easily create straight lines or curves to edge any garden shape, with the flexible aluminum pieces. With the easy connection system, simply slide the ends of the edging lengths together with an approximate 4 in. overlap. Insert the edging into a trench along the edge of your landscape bed and drive the spikes (included) through the pre-drilled holes at a 45° angle. ProFlex Aluminum Landscape Edging is a permanent and virtually maintenance-free landscaping solution. Made of non-toxic recycled materials, ProFlex Aluminum Landscape Edging will not rust, rot or become brittle.
  • Will not rust, crack, rot, or become brittle
  • Use for landscape beds, tree rings, walkways and pathways, brick or stone patio gardens, drip edges
  • Easily create straight lines or curves
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Made from recycled material
  • Kit contains (4) 6 ft. pieces of black landscape edging and (12) anchoring stakes
  • Great for landscape beds, tree rings, walkways and pathways, brick or stone patio gardens and drip edges
  • Easy-to-install aluminum lawn edging and landscape border

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MaterialIronAluminumAluminumAluminum
Product Height (in.)6.25 in41.6251.625
Product Length (in.)16 ft24 ft24 ft48 ft
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Product Width (in.).05 in0.2288 in576 in
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
4
Product Length (in.)
24 ft
Product Width (in.)
0.2

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Features
Attachable
Included
Hardware
Landscape Supply Type
Edging
Material
Aluminum
Package Quantity
1
Packaging Type
Individual
Product Weight (lb.)
15
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty against manufacturers defects.

Questions & Answers

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Bending for tree ring

Asked by peterreb May 23, 2015
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One eight foot section will not be enough to create a tree ring and the circumference = Diameter X Pi so if you need a tree ring of lets say 3 foot diameter you would need 3x3.1416 = over 9.424 feet length + overlap. If a 4 foot diameter is needed, then the total length is 4X3.1416 = 12.566 feet + overlap.

Can this be used along a concrete patio edge with dirt/grass to hold it in place, foregoing the s...

Asked by Nat February 27, 2018
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Yes

does this have a sharp edge that would be dangerous around kids or dogs?

Asked by mlv March 11, 2020
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Top edge is not sharp. Side edges could be considered a little sharp, especially if you make a cut. I purchased some small/medium gauge fuel tubing from the local hardware store to cover a few sharp cut edges. It was inexpensive and worked great; looks neat and clean.

is this one piece 24 ft. long?

Asked by pigslayer3 August 24, 2015
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Not 24’ long. A package is 4 sections that are each 6’ long.

is this one piece at 24 FT. or is it four 6 FT. pieces or three 8FT. pieces.

Asked by Charlotte May 11, 2015
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The kit has four 6ft pieces.

Does this product come with connectors?

Asked by Justin July 31, 2015
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Justin, the pieces fit together by sliding together, no connecters necessary.

Is it bendable to create a 90 degree angle?

Asked by Kim May 24, 2018
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Yes, it is bendable to create angles. You can buy them too but we were able to bend a section by being careful not to destroy the track so they would still fit together. Love this product.

are there corner pieces available for this product?

Asked by Bill July 20, 2015
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We made our own corner pieces. Used a hacksaw to cut through the curved edges top and bottom to the straight center part, then just bent it to a 90.

is this easy to cut into shorter lengths?

Asked by kels April 10, 2018
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You will need a metal snip but I did it by myself and I’m a 58 years old female. I installed all of mine on my own.

is it flexible enough for curving?

Asked by Mel April 25, 2020
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For curves yes, corners even, circles no. Not unless the circle is fairly large.

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I don't usually use edging in my gardens, but decided I had to in this case because my condo's ground crew is out of control with their weed whackers (they cut off plants and even turn my metal garden stakes into pretzels). I was dreading this project and thought it would take all afternoon, but it only took an hour and a half (for a 40' border) and I had fun doing it!!! It looks great, and I don't even like edging, as a rule. I'm very glad I decided to spring for the metal edging (people seem to have big problems with the cheaper plastic stuff). I followed the directions (many reviewers of this product clearly didn't) and also paid attention to tips that competent reviewers wrote. I will emphasize these and add couple tips of my own. 1) Properly prepare the border where the edging is going. Doing this will save time and headache later. Cut your curves or straight lines as perfectly as you can, and make sure one side is nicely vertical, leaving a trench on the other side. 2) Connect all the sections in advance and in a clean area, like a lawn or driveway. I think trying to connect them as you go would be a major problem. 3) Even if your connections have a good four inches or more overlap, as mine did, tape them together before moving the edging "ribbon". Doing this keeps them from sliding apart, and you can either remove the tape later, or tape it where it will be buried. I thought it might be hard to move my 40' "ribbon" into position, but it turned out to be easy, and the edging conformed to my curve naturally. 4) Backfill a little bit, between the spike holes and pack it so the edging is secured into place, before driving in the spikes.
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I don't usually use edging in my gardens, but decided I had to in this case because my condo's ground crew is out of control with their weed whackers (they cut off plants and even turn my metal garden stakes into pretzels). I was dreading this project and thought it would take all afternoon, but it only took an hour and a half (for a 40' border) and I had fun doing it!!! It looks great, and I don't even like edging, as a rule. I'm very glad I decided to spring for the metal edging (people seem to have big problems with the cheaper plastic stuff). I followed the directions (many reviewers of this product clearly didn't) and also paid attention to tips that competent reviewers wrote. I will emphasize these and add couple tips of my own. 1) Properly prepare the border where the edging is going. Doing this will save time and headache later. Cut your curves or straight lines as perfectly as you can, and make sure one side is nicely vertical, leaving a trench on the other side. 2) Connect all the sections in advance and in a clean area, like a lawn or driveway. I think trying to connect them as you go would be a major problem. 3) Even if your connections have a good four inches or more overlap, as mine did, tape them together before moving the edging "ribbon". Doing this keeps them from sliding apart, and you can either remove the tape later, or tape it where it will be buried. I thought it might be hard to move my 40' "ribbon" into position, but it turned out to be easy, and the edging conformed to my curve naturally. 4) Backfill a little bit, between the spike holes and pack it so the edging is secured into place, before driving in the spikes.
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Aligning and inserting the sections together is somewhat tedious but if you are patient, the sect...
Aligning and inserting the sections together is somewhat tedious but if you are patient, the sections slide together. I strongly recommend putting all the sections together that you will need for your entire bed since aligning and sliding sections together after the pieces are in the dirt will be next to impossible. Another tip is if you have or can borrow a power edger or bed definer it will create a perfect trench to insert the edging while avoiding the back-breaking labor of using a straight spade to do this. The product is significantly less expensive if you don’t need a color.
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The product worked well for our purposes, we will be ordering more. The most difficult part is g...
The product worked well for our purposes, we will be ordering more. The most difficult part is getting them connected, sliding one end into the end of another. For longer runs, we put several together at a time, it would be really difficult to do it on the ground.
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Been getting these over the years for edging all around the House. These last ones seemed a bit t...
Been getting these over the years for edging all around the House. These last ones seemed a bit thinner than in years past. But, I like them. Takes time if you want to get them nice and straight for a long run. Easy to cut and bend. These go by different names. "Easy Flex" Pro Flex" but they all look the same.
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This edging looks great. I used it for a rock path between houses. I read other reviews and agree...
This edging looks great. I used it for a rock path between houses. I read other reviews and agree, it is much easier to slide the pieces together when they are lying flat. I recommend overlapping the pieces more than the suggested 4” until you get it into position. It was easy to secure the edging in curved position. The stakes are a good length. This edging is so much nicer than the plastic kind. I would have given 5 stars if longer sections were available. These pieces are 6’ but you lose 4” for overlap. I would like an 8’ length option.
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Response from Dimex LLCNovember 9, 2018
Thank you for your feedback and user tips! We appreciate your comments and will definitely let our product development group know about the length. Although the overlap is necessary for the product to function properly, it does impact the total length of the installation. As we revise and develop user reference materials, your comments will be helpful. Thank you again! DimexProducts
Zoysia grass is known for its long runners. These runners kept popping up in my mulched flower be...
Zoysia grass is known for its long runners. These runners kept popping up in my mulched flower beds. So previously I bought 6 boxes (6 x 24 feet) which have been in place for over 2 years (see pict). They still look great. The grass occasionally still tunnels under the 4" edging, but it is easy to pull up 1 or 2 runners where before it was literally dozens. Recently I extended one 24' run further in the back yard to help keep that area clean of runners. This is high quality and easy to install, but more importantly it will last and keep its shape. You will never get as clean a line or curve with typical rubber or vinyl edging. If you want pro-quality look and feel, this is the best option. The only down side is that it costs over $40 to do 24 linear feet (hence the 4 stars). You get what you pay for, it 'ain't' cheep, but it is worth it. (Someday I hope to do the whole yard, but for now the front looks great)
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Easy to assemble and easy to shape to your needs.
Easy to assemble and easy to shape to your needs.
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This is the second time I purchased this edging. It is very strong and easy to use. The pieces sl...
This is the second time I purchased this edging. It is very strong and easy to use. The pieces slide together and are very easy to form into the shape you need. I've used this to make square bends and curves with no problem. Very sturdy. Had some issues with the packaging the first order but none since and all the items were included in both shipments. I recommend this landscape edging.
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I would have given this product 5 stars, BUT on my last order 2 of the 3 edging boxes I received ...
I would have given this product 5 stars, BUT on my last order 2 of the 3 edging boxes I received did not have the anchoring spikes. Called Home Depot customer service a week ago...they were supposed to call the manufacturer for replacement parts. Called HD today....call to manufacturer never placed. I will be calling the manufacturer in Ohio tomorrow. Product works great. I am using it to build track support for an LGB outdoor train. I recommend ordering the box of 100 steel landscape 12" spikes at the same time. And why should we buy American?????
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