|Product Height (in.)||1.8 in||Product Length (ft.)||6 ft|
|Product Length (in.)||72 in||Product Width (in.)||2.8 in|
|Features||Cuttable||Included||No Additional Items Included|
|Landscape Supply Type||Paver Restraint||Material||Vinyl|
|Pack Size||1||Packaging Type||Individual|
|Product Weight (lb.)||2.7||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year Limited Warranty|
A: Hi there Sadelle, this product is not meant for use with concrete installation. Thank you for the question!
A: HI Sean, spikes work best with compacted base that includes fines, providing more grip on the entire length of the spike. Larger aggregate without fines will diminish the holding power significantly for this length of spike. In the case of a ¾ 5 inch stone base, we recommend spikes with a minimum length of 12-14”. Thank you for the question!
A: Hi there, the edging height is 1.8in. For proper installation, you should be using a compacted aggregate base that would add additional height to your paver so that the edging is not taller than your paver. You can review the installation guide here: https://images.thdstatic.com/catalog/pdfImages/5c/5c8726c6-caad-4677-95d0-82e29076a778.pdf We hope this helps!
A: Hi Jay, thanks for the question! Either method is widely accepted. If installing with the tabs facing out, you are correct. The tabs will need to be covered with soil and you can grow grass over top, or back fill with your preferred groundcover depending upon the installation area. Many people prefer installing the edging with the tabs under the paver stones. In this case, you must ensure the leveling sand layer is thick enough that the stones lay level when placed on top of the pavers. We hope this helps!