The Straightcurve steel edging looks great in my garden!
Easy to put together too.
And great customer service! Very helpful.
This material is the first time I ordered, but its appearance has made my backyard more space in the narrow space, and it is very easy to make different shapes. Ms. Erin was very patient to introduce us to different types of specific operations. We will continue to order and tell our friends to use the easiest way to create beautiful gardens
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Can I connect the flex line 22", 15.75", and 9.5" together using the included joining brackets?
Yes, the 9.5", 15.75" and 22" all connect together at the top which helps considerable when dealing with slope and not having to bury as much edging. In addition, the Flexline and Rigidline all connect together.
All of the edging comes with the connectors to join them together. You would only need to use a joining sleeve if you intend to cut the eding and then need to reconnect it (as you have cut off the built in connectors).
Hi, is it possible or easy to make a ring out of 7’ section? The diameter will be 26.75”.
Hi, the smallest diameter you would be able to create with the 7' sections is 53.94" by connecting two sections together. Anything smaller does not allow enough flexibility in the edging. When connecting two lengths together you would use a ratchet sytem to slowly form the cirlce. Please see the below video link that shows the detail of how this is done. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Hi: just want to be sure: the 'rigid' is 11 gauge and the 'flexible' is 14 gauge, correct? Is it possible to cut the 14 gauge with a hacksaw, or a jigsaw using a metal-purpose blade? Can I order a 7' length piece cut into 2 pieces? Thanks. I have your 6.5" edging and it worked out beautifully, btw. I get compliments on my front yard all the time.
So glad you like the 6" edging! Great to hear.
The 9.5" flexible edging and rigid edging are both 2mm in thickness. (About 12 gauge). The top lip on both are 8mm in thickness. The difference between the 2 is that the Rigid edging top lip is a solid lip all the way across. The flexible edging lip has small slits in it to make it easily able to flex.
The manufacturers recomend and angle grinder to cut the edging. Its really what you feel most comfortable using and your experience with cutting. We always recomend seeking out a tradesman or contractor if you are hesitiant to cut it yourself.
The sections can only be ordered in 7' increments. We do not offer a cutting service currently.
Please let us know if you have any additonal questions!