Previous edgings just didn't get me there. With Henderson 6" edging, I was not satisfied with edging I had previously done and this brought me to satisfaction
The edging is absolutely beautiful and it was super easy to order. It also arrived quickly with no shipping cost. All around great!
I used this product last year and was happy with it. Ordered some more twice this year. The packaging is a disaster - must have been kicking around the warehouse forever. However there was no damage to the product so I am satisfied
I received my edging and was pleasantly surprised to see that it already has that aged, rusty look that I wanted. It is still winter here, so I haven’t been able to work with it, but it looks very substantial. I am sure it will look beautiful when installed. I can’t wait for spring to arrive.
Purchased Core Edge to replace 13-year old 2" x 4" plastic "redwood" bender board, which had faded to an unsightly bubblegum pink. Ordered 11 items. All arrived with a beautiful patina. In one weekend, my wife and I removed the bender board and easily installed the Core Edge; needle nose pliars to tightly "roll" the tabs, mallet to flatten and secure the tabs, 2" x 4" and rubber mallet to install. Most importantly, the Core Edge is sleek and the color blends into our garden, which has bends and curves, and mutiple paths. Thank you Henderson for amazing customer service! We're placing another order this weekend!
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Can someone address how this actually installs? Do you just push the spikes into the ground or do you have to use spikes?
The spikes are built into the edging, so it's a matter of connnecting the sections together and using a mallet to hammer down. Digging a small trench line makes installation easier. Video below:
Does 6” width include the support teeth ?
The 6" is what is above ground. The spikes are a little over 4".
Is it possible to put a 90* bend in one of the pieces?
Yes, you can make a 90 degree bend. You would need to secure the piece of edging (with a vice or some other means--I've just stood on the end of the piece and it worked fine) and bend the edging using a mallet against a blunt edged object such as a block of wood.
what gauge is the steel?
It is 14 gauge steel. 1/16" of an inch in thichness.
Can I create a 10ft radius with the 150mm product?
Yes, you can make a 10ft radius with the 150mm core edge. I even found the equation that we spoke on the phone about.
If you know the circle's diameter, multiply that number by π (pi) 3.14 to get the circle's circumference. So if the diameter of your circle is 10 feet, you'd calculate 10 × 3.14 = 31.4 feet as the circumference.