Ecolat lawn edging 140mm deep x 20m roll
Ecolat is a new generation lawn edging system made entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic. The decorative garden edging is perfect for creating a division between two landscaped areas. Ideal for creating decorative flower beds, garden borders, gravel paths or simply any features in the landscaped garden.
The Ecolat lawn edging is easy to install and requires EcoPic to be fixed approximately spaced every 1 metre.
Ecolat is manufactured from post-consumer waste plastic, recycled into a lawn edging which is both eco-friendly and decorative.
EcoLat has the appearance of slate-standard colour is grey but is also available in brown. The slightly textured surface give the appearance of slate.
Ecolat is installed by digging a trench into the area and laying the edging vertically into the trench. Hammer in the EcoStake at approximately 1m intervals and screw the EcoLat to the EcoPic using a Chipboard screw. Once in place back-fill the area to create the smooth surface and landscape the area accordingly.
To find out how our past customers have used EcoLat Lawn Edging in their projects read our blogs;
EcoLat Used In the Front Garden – Customer Review, EcoLat Lawn Edging Case Study Customer Review or read all of our Lawn Edging blogs here.
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What can EcoLat be used for?
EcoLat is a versatile and attractive edging product ideal for creating separations between landscaped areas such as lawns, flower beds, paths, patios, driveways and more.
How do you cut ecolat?
Using a fine tooth saw or something similar.
What do I secure the ecolat?
Install and secure EcoLat using ecopic stakes, we recommend using roughly 1 stake per 1 metre length
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