Paver Edge Restraints

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When you choose Pave Tool, you choose an expert company with over 35 years of experience in the hardscaping industry. You’re also choosing a company that understands the market’s need to reduce the uplift on edging during the freeze and thaw cycles. Our paver edge restraint ensures your edging stays in place on any application, including walkways, patios, and driveways.

Our Quick-E-Hybrid HD paver edge restraint prevents your pavers from drifting out of place after installation, providing your clients with a high-quality finish and years of reliable service. By using a paver-edge restraint, your project can relish the long-lasting benefits of its durable material. From driveways to back patios and walkways, paver edging comes in various materials that cater to your specific needs.

Types of Paver Edge Restraints

Several common materials are used in long-lasting paver edge restraint systems, each with its benefits.

  • Plastic edging for pavers is an inexpensive and flexible option for creating curves and organic shapes, although it may not be as durable as other types of paver edging. Plastic edging can also lift up over time, causing unsightly tripping hazards.
  • Metal edging for pavers provides superior structural strength and durability, albeit at a slightly higher cost than plastic, while also allowing for curvilinear formations.
  • Concrete edging for pavers is a very affordable option but can be time-consuming to install. This can lead to higher labor costs, extended project timelines, and hindering grass growth up to the edge of the pavers.

Different Paver Applications

The Quick-E-Hybrid HD paver restraint system is highly adaptable and can be used in a wide range of applications. It is made of aluminum and comes in standard 6.66' lengths. The system also features reinforced tabs that provide additional stability, making it suitable for various settings. Its flexible design allows it to quickly form around corners and can be easily cut to the desired length.

Dense Grade and Walkway Application

For ease of installation in dense grade, a standard 10" non-galvanized flat-head landscaping spike can be installed at a 60º angle to prevent uplift with the Quick-E-Hammer for easy installation (sold separately).

Driveway Application

For driveway edging ideas, use the flip-up tab tool (included) for stabilization and follow the Open Grade/Permeable application or dense grade application instructions - either will work well with driveways.

Open Grade Patio Application

For patio applications, install your edging without mixing concrete, laying geogrid, or installing heavy curbing using the Quick-E-Hybrid Stakes (sold separately) every second or third slot with the Quick-E-Hammer.

Benefits of Using Paver Edge Restraints

Paver edge restraint systems are connected to the earth and play an important role in keeping the pavers in place. This prevents them from shifting and helps maintain the project's structural integrity. Additionally, it protects the aesthetic appearance of the project, ensuring that it looks just as good as it functions.

Contact Pave Tool

With the best edge restraint tools available on the market, you'll find everything you need at Pave Tool, from materials to the perfect, smarter edging tool and grading tools. Whether you're working on a walkway, landscaping, paver patio, or driveway, we've got an amazing selection of hardscaping equipment and materials that work smarter instead of harder. There are no customer callbacks and an easy installation with no messy concrete or hassle like other paver edge restraints. For more information on our paver edging restraints, contact us today!

 


Paver Edging FAQ:

How do I know which restraint to use?

Part of determining which paver edge restraint system to use involves how long the project will be in place, the budget, and the available time. Once those are determined, most contractors use a metal edge restraint for speed and durability.

Should I use plastic, metal, or concrete edge restraints?

All three options, metal edge restraints, plastic edge restraints, and concrete curbs, can be used for a variety of purposes, such as landscaping and driveway margins. However, metal edge restraints are considered the most efficient, durable, and cost-effective option, making them the best possible solution for various applications.

Why do I need paver edging?

Paver edging is a crucial element that helps maintain the stability of your installation. It prevents the pavers from drifting away from each other, which safeguards your customers' investment in the project. Additionally, this will help you maintain a good reputation in the industry.

How do I install paver edging?

Paver edging restraints are installed outside the pavers to prevent them from shifting. They are secured to the earth using landscaping or specialized stakes at specific angles for long-lasting results.