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Customer Reviews for ProFlex 6 ft. Paver Edging in Black

Internet #203706944

Model #1260-HD

Store SKU #665480

  • Secure concrete or brick pavers in place
  • Ready to use for straight sections; for curves cut at spines
  • Anchoring spikes sold separately

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 348 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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Excellent product - works exactly the way it should. Installation instructions are good and resul...
Excellent product - works exactly the way it should. Installation instructions are good and result in a nice looking paver installation.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
Better than the old style, alot more stable.
Better than the old style, alot more stable.
by EC
1 person found this helpful
I built a 5'x8' patio extension and edged it with standard brick installed vertically, after whic...
I built a 5'x8' patio extension and edged it with standard brick installed vertically, after which I used the ProFlex Edging with Dimex spike kit to secure it. Once the turf was laid over it, the finished job was excellent and the edging tightly secured the brick surround.
by JAMES
1 person found this helpful
Great for landscaping as well as race cars!
Recently needed to replace my front splitter (the big surf board looking thing protruding from the front of my car) and thus needed to replace the airdam i had made before from inferior materials. When i saw this material at home depot i wasn't sure what to think, but after buying and preparing it to be mounted on the car i realized just how strong it is. Pretty sure this is gonna have no problems dealing with 120mph + turns at Auto Club Speedway Fontana or Willow Springs International Raceway
by zRedBaron
8 people found this helpful
Easy enough to cut to exact size and install using ProFlex spikes (sold separately). Couldn't gi...
Easy enough to cut to exact size and install using ProFlex spikes (sold separately). Couldn't give all five stars because of high price - and my project was small (only three 6-ft lengths). Not sure why they're expensive when they're covered with eventually covered with dirt! Metal spikes (available in the hardware aisle) are a cost effective substitute for ProFlex spikes. I used a combination of metal spikes (sold individually) and ProFlex spikes (sold in packs of 8) so I would have exactly the minimum recommended quantity.
by Furgz
2 people found this helpful
They are easy to work with and also because of the way it is designed can do different patterns w...
They are easy to work with and also because of the way it is designed can do different patterns with it.
by Jma123
1 person found this helpful
I was redoing a brick paving and the edging I used were held down with metal nails and they were ...
I was redoing a brick paving and the edging I used were held down with metal nails and they were rusted and could not be removed. I saw these in Home Depot website and liked the look of them compared to the edging that comes in rolls. I like these as they are straight and quite rigid. They can be bent round corners by cutting the links. The stakes that were recommended are plastic nails about 8 inches long and the combination made my finished paving look great.
by KA
2 people found this helpful
Used it to hold mulch in place. Nice clean lines, easy to use. A lot better/easier than rolled up...
Used it to hold mulch in place. Nice clean lines, easy to use. A lot better/easier than rolled up edging and worth the extra price.
by Tatkins
Worked very well for the about 5000 pavers I placed on a home project. Strong enough to hold pave...
Worked very well for the about 5000 pavers I placed on a home project. Strong enough to hold pavers in place. Will need extra spikes if you do any cutting to have enough to hold smaller pieces firm.
by jm
2 people found this helpful
really good quality but expensive at $7 a strip but still better and cheaper than Lowes. This is ...
really good quality but expensive at $7 a strip but still better and cheaper than Lowes. This is bendable but you have to cut the links. I would not advise going around a corner 90 degrees i mitered mine it looked better
by midnightfox
7 people found this helpful
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