StraightCurve 15.75" Height CorTen Rigid Steel Edging
Straightcurve Hardline Rigid CorTen Steel Edging - Henderson Garden Supply
Straightcurve Hardline Rigid CorTen Steel Edging - Henderson Garden Supply
Straightcurve Hardline Rigid CorTen Steel Edging - Henderson Garden Supply
Straightcurve Hardline Rigid CorTen Steel Edging - Henderson Garden Supply
Straightcurve Hardline Rigid CorTen Steel Edging - Henderson Garden Supply
StraightCurve 15.75" Height CorTen Rigid Steel Edging
StraightCurve 15.75" Height CorTen Rigid Steel Edging

StraightCurve 15.75" Height CorTen Rigid Steel Edging

Regular price $ 38.99

StraightCurve's 15.75" CorTen Hardline Steel Edging allows for perfectly straight edging every time.  Used for barriers and retaining walls, this sturdy edging makes straight lines so easy.

15.75 inch high, 84.04 inch long sections (7 feet).

  • 2 mm thick.
  • Stabilizing shoulders, sloped for water run off and extended life span. 
  • Corners can be achieved by making a few cuts with an angle grinder or pre-formed corners available.
  • Easily hammers together.
  • Pre-drilled holes.  No visible screws on the front plate.
  • Foot with holes for easy securing.

Watch the video below showing how to install and create 90 degree corners

 Restock expected Late August / Early September.  If you would like to be notified when this item is back in stock, please email us at hendersonsupply@gmail.com and we will be happy to add you to our list!



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    I'm so glad to hear that the product worked so well! I've been meaning to reach out to you to see how it went. Thank you for your patience throughout the process. We are in the process of expanding to a much larger portion of the StraightCurve line, so it should be much easier and quicker turnaround in the future. Thanks for the feedback!
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