Timber Edging - 100mm x 38mm x 4.8m

Product Code: TEP10038-4.8

GEOmasta® Timber Edging is commonly used for garden and street tree edging. Treated pine resists rotting and insect damage.

Description

GEOmasta® Timber Edging is commonly used for garden and street tree edging. Treated pine resists rotting and insect damage. They come in 4.8m lengths to allow for standard sized 1.2m x 1.2m street tree boxes to be made from 1 length with minimal wastage.

It can be cut down to any size needed for any situation. They can also be used for concreteing and formwork applications.

Timber Edging is quick and easy to install by simply using stakes or pegs as a support and using nails or staples to lock them in place.

All options available

TEP10025-4.8 Timber Edging – 100mmx25mmx4.8m
TEP10038-4.8 Timber Edging – 100mmx38mmx4.8m

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  • Street tree edging
  • Garden edging
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    Description

    GEOmasta® Timber Edging is commonly used for garden and street tree edging. Treated pine resists rotting and insect damage. They come in 4.8m lengths to allow for standard sized 1.2m x 1.2m street tree boxes to be made from 1 length with minimal wastage.

    It can be cut down to any size needed for any situation. They can also be used for concreteing and formwork applications.

    Timber Edging is quick and easy to install by simply using stakes or pegs as a support and using nails or staples to lock them in place.

    All options available

    TEP10025-4.8 Timber Edging – 100mmx25mmx4.8m
    TEP10038-4.8 Timber Edging – 100mmx38mmx4.8m

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