Metal Landscape Edging From Dakota Tin

metal landscape edging from Dakota Tin

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Colorado Steel Metal Landscape Edging - Perfect for yards, gardens, flower beds, rock beds, lawns and more.

Long strips of steel metal landscape edging with hemmed edges provide style and safety for gardens, lawns and flower beds. Add rustic, industrial contrast with these corrugated metal garden edging.

View our product images for examples of how metal landscape edging is being used in gardens and lawns.

 

  • Available in all three Colorado Rustic styles
  • Available in 3 different heights - 4 inches, 6 inches and 12 inches
  • Approximately 10’ in length
  • Hemmed edges provide a softer, safer product
  • 100% satisfaction with all Dakota Tin products. You'll find exceptional service from an all-American company.
  • **Real metal edging - leather gloves required**

 

CUSTOMER GALLERY

12" tall garden bed edging in Antique

12" tall landscape edging in Rusted 6" tall landscape edging for garden beds in Rusted
6" tall landscape edging for garden beds in Rusted

 

12" tall Rusted metal landscape edging for rock beds12" tall Rusted metal landscape edging for rock beds

6" Metal Edging For Stair Risers in Antique

6" Tall Metal Garden Bed Edging In Antique

6" tall Metal Garden Bed Edging In Antique

4" tall Rusted metal garden edging

4" tall Rusted metal garden edging

4" tall Rusted steel lawn border

 

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Why Colorado Rustic Steel Garden Edging products are so unique

After receiving customer feedback about the need for a more consistent, yet still rustic feel free of nail holes or warps, Dakota Tin introduced the Colorado Rustic Steel collection in 2019.

All of the patterns or styles from the Colorado Rustic Collection have a more consistent, uniform color pattern and have less contrast per tile compared to the Dakota Tin Collection.

 

  • Rusted: Pre-rusted and created with an all-natural, accelerated rust treatment. Because the solution is spray applied, rust is more evenly distributed, the result is a more even coat of copper rust color, but still with small variations of blues and greys that you’d get from the antique galvanized style.
  • Galvalume: New galvanized steel, light grey, semi-sheen. NO RUST or color variation.
  • Antique: Antiqued steel, dark grey look, weathered, flat texture. NO RUST or color variation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Metal Landscape Edging Installation

 

metal edging installationOption 1

Items needed: Hammer & block of wood

Handling: Metal edges are sharp! Cut resistant gloves are required.

Instructions:

1. Remove any shipping wrapping.

2. Layout edging in desired area.

3. With one hand, hold edging upright. With the other hand, hold a block of wood (or a flat, thick object) directly on top of the edging. Tap the top of the block with the hammer (the wood block will act as a buffer to prevent damage to edging while installing) until garden edging is secured in the ground.

4. If using more than one panel of edging, use a drill to create holes at the top end and bottom end of each panel. Overlap the corrugate, and use screws to secure the two panels together.

 

metal landscape edgingOption 2 - Reinforce with wooden stakes

Items needed: Wooden garden stakes, screws and screw gun.

Handling: Metal edges are sharp! Cut resistant gloves are required.

Instructions:

1. Remove any shipping wrapping.

2. Drive wooden stakes into the ground in the desired edging location.

3. Drill self-drilling sheet metal screws into edging to secure edging to wooden stakes.

 

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