ProEdge galvanised steel lawn edging is perfect for giving a clean, continuous edge to lawns, paths, avenues and driveways. ProEdge is supplied in 2 . 5 metre lengths and in 2 . 5mm thick steel
ProEdge is not available to order online, if you are interested in a quote, please fill in the enquiry form below.
Because of its length, ProEdge is delivered on a 2.6m long pallet. The minimum delivery charge is £101.00 so for smaller orders, we recommend the EverEdge Classic range.
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Need to know...
Standard EverEdge ProEdge is galvanised and then available three finishes – unpainted (metallic silver) or powder coated either brown or slate grey. ProEdge can now also be supplied in a Cor-Ten finish.
ProEdge was initially developed for use on driveways with the heavy duty 2.5mm thick steel giving added strength whilst the 100mm long spikes provide for increased stability.
By manufacturing ProEdge in 2.5 metre lengths, the product remains extremely flexible, despite the extra thickness compared to EverEdge Classic.
The ProEdge range is available in 75mm (AP), 100mm (BP), 125mm (CP) and 150mm (DP) depths ensuring that there is an edge to suit all projects. The AP, BP and CP products are all designed to join together leaving a flush top edge. However, because of its increased height, the DP product has a different joining system for extra stability.
ProEdge is manufactured from 2.5 mm thick galvanised steel or Corten steel, with 100 mm long spikes for increased stability. The 150 mm ProEdge has a slightly different connecting system (see left) to ensure a solid connection on this deeper edge.
Top 3 FAQs
Why would I choose ProEdge over Classic? – ProEdge has been designed for use in larger projects such as driveways and pathways where a longer, thicker edge is preferred.
How is ProEdge delivered? – ProEdge is delivered on a 2.5m long pallet. This will need to be unloaded either with a forklift or by hand by at least two people.
Is the Cor-Ten delivered already rusty? – No, Cor-Ten ProEdge should rust in approximately 4 weeks depending on weather conditions.
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