Quick-E-Hybrid Edging - The One Edging that Does it All!
Open Grade/Permeable * Dense Grade * Landscape
When you chose Pave Tool, you are choosing a company that has been in the hardscaping industry for over 35 years who understands the market needs to reduce the uplift on edging during the freeze and thaw cycles. With our paver edge restraints, you can rely on your edging to stay in place. No customer call backs and an easy install with no messy concrete or hassle like other paver edge restraints. For more information on our stone paver edging, contact us today!
Use with a standard spike (every third hole, 8 Spikes per 8' Length) for dense grade & landscape applications
8' in length
Made of aluminum
Easy to cut and form around curves
Not recommended for driveways
325 piece pallet
650 piece pallet
**Stakes Not Included
TRADE TIP: When installing, pull out most of the #8 stone, however; try not to pull out too much as to undermine the paver. Next, wiggle the edging down into the #8 to ensure it is tight to the pavers. Install the Hybrid Stake vertical (if leaning occurs, start over) When using the Quick-E-Hammer, stand on the base with your toe against the Hybrid Stake and then insert the Hybrid Stake using the hammer drill.
Only product on the market that will provide this solution for hybrid paver system edging. Great solution with using the wedges instead of spikes.
We are custom to using the traditional poly type of paver edging which is a bit more forgiving when it comes to tight radius.
However we made the metal edging work, not as tight as I would like but it works. Be aware that the wedges require a bit of back filling due to the fact they take some of the crushed stone with it when hammering into place.
As far as I'm aware, this is the only game in town when it comes to a usable hybrid edging restraint. Looking forward to the poly version in the future.
Easy to install with your bit and the hammer drill. The stake will laugh at you if you use the sledge hammer. I know that edge isn't going anywhere. NO more mixing concrete to support our edges saving time, money, and moving on. Thanks pavetool.