When you’re looking to frame your property with lawn edging, you’ll find a variety of options. Lawn edging can be made from many different materials including aluminum and plastic, but the most common material used is concrete. Concrete is an excellent option because it’s durable, long-lasting and easy to install yourself.
Concrete is the most expensive option and while it’s not that difficult to install, concrete edging is more permanent than other lawn edgers. It’s also the best option for straight lines and will last longer in your yard.
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Plastic lawn edging is a popular option due to its durability and affordability. Plastic edging can last for years without needing any maintenance, making it an affordable choice for your yard. It’s also easy to install and comes in many colors, including black, grey, white and brown.
Plastic lawn edging is lightweight and easy to cut with hand tools or power tools like an electric saw or angle grinder. This makes it ideal for DIY projects where you need a straight line that won’t fall over easily when you step on it (or perhaps even more than you).
Brick edging is a great way to add style to your lawn. It can be expensive, but it’s durable and easy to install. A brick edging border is a good choice for formal gardens, where the exact shape of the edge must be maintained.
If you’re considering using brick edging, here are some things to consider:
- The installation process can be difficult because bricks are heavy and often unevenly shaped, so they will need to be set in cement or sand before they’re placed along your lawn’s perimeter.
- Bricks aren’t cheap—you can expect them to run between $12 and $15 per linear foot installed (and sometimes more).
- Once installed, brick edging requires very little maintenance—you’ll probably need only occasional weeding around its base if any weeds grow through cracks in your bricks or mortar joints.
Aluminum is a great option for edging because it’s lightweight, easy to install and durable. Aluminum is also a great choice for edging because it’s resistant to rust and corrosion.
That said, aluminum lawn edging can be pricey—it may cost you more than $1 per foot of length!
Concrete is a great material for lawn edging.
- Durable: Concrete is durable and, if it’s properly installed and cared for, can last for years without any problems.
- Long-Term Investment: It’s also a long-term investment because once you pour the concrete in place it’s there to stay unless you want to pay someone else to tear out your lawn edging and replace it with something else. You don’t have to worry about metal rusting or plastic cracking over time—concrete will stay good as new until you decide otherwise!
- Not Cheap: The biggest downside of using poured concrete is that it isn’t cheap; however, the cost should be worth the money spent on this lasting material!
Metal Flashing or Tin Cans
Metal flashing is an affordable option for homeowners who are trying to save money. The material comes in rolls and can be easily cut to shape and installed by you. It doesn’t have any sharp edges, so it won’t damage grass or flowers when you walk over it. You can also paint metal flashing to match your lawn, which makes it less noticeable.
Metal flashing isn’t as durable as other types of edging material because metal is flexible enough to bend out of shape when trampled on by people or pets walking around your yard. This means that metal needs to be replaced more frequently than other options like stone or concrete blocks—and it may not last as long if used outside all year long without being covered up with mulch or something else during winter months (which usually happens anyway).
There are many ways to frame your lawn with style and they range in price and difficulty to install.
Concrete is a good option for edging because it is long lasting. Concrete edges are highly durable and will last a long time before needing to be repaired or replaced. This makes them an excellent choice if you are looking for a low maintenance option that will last for years to come.
Concrete edges are also easy to install. You can often find pre-made concrete edging in many different styles and colors, which makes selecting the right one simple and quick. If you want something custom made, it’s possible to have your concrete company make custom pieces of edging too!
Finally, concrete edges tend not require much upkeep over time as they don’t need painting or sealing regularly like some other materials might require (such as wood).
We hope you’ve found this guide helpful in deciding which type of lawn edging is right for you. If you need more information or want to talk with a professional before making your final decision, contact us today!