Concrete Border Edging for Every Taste and Every Budget
Concrete border edging – The simplest border is the line that defines the grass. The goal is that it does not overflow and that the contact area remains clear. The interview takes place once or twice a year with the help of a special crescent, a spade, and even power tools for long journeys. The lawn can be delimited by means of inert borders, in “hard”. The most sophisticated (and the most expensive) is made of sturdy metal strips.
More accessible, modules to encase reconstituted stone articulate to adopt sinuosities. Traditional rigid borders are made of concrete or wood. On the concrete side, there is a wide range of slabs available in various colors, often with tenons and mortises. This method of assembly allows a perfect junction without mortar, and avoids the earth leakage and the infiltration of undesirable plants.
These borders arise singing against singing in a bleeding, or are maintained with sand. To ensure good stability, they are buried two-thirds. Their low price and long life make them favorites for gardeners. The wood is often in the form of half-logs assembled into plates or rolls. Treated, it resists about ten years in bad weather. It is fixed in the ground using sturdy stakes, integrated or not to the modules. The contact of treated wood or not with the ground accelerates its decomposition…