Installing Edgers Print
Overall Skill Level: Beginner
- Rubber Mallet
- Paver Base
Cut edgersEdgers may be cut easily to finish the end of a run by using a circular saw with a masonry blade. A hammer and chisel may also be used to cut edgers. Finish your project by raking the rock, mulch or dirt to the inside edge of the edgers.
Lay & level edgersPlace edgers end to end in the base. Using a rubber mallet, tamp the edgers firmly into place. Continue to place edgers until the desired length of the project is finished. Using a level will help ensure your edgers are uniformly level.
Clear areas of debrisPrepare trench by removing roots and rocks. Smooth and place 1" of paver base in the bottom of the trench.
Stake out & remove sodBegin by staking out the project. For curved sections, use a garden hose to lay out the edging line. The depth of the trench is dependent upon how far above grade you want your edger units to appear.
Products, materials, techniques, tools, building codes and local regulations are subject to change; therefore, Midwest Manufacturing assumes no liability for omissions, errors or the outcome of any project. The reader must always exercise reasonable caution, follow current codes and regulations that may apply, and is urged to consult with a licensed professional before beginning any project.
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