Decorative Concrete Lawn Edging

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The idea of using extruded concrete to create landscape borders began in the 1980’s when the first concrete edging machine was invented in Australia. At the time, and for many years after, plain gray and unstamped concrete was used as a landscape border to help with erosion control, drainage, or smaller commercial uses. Over the years, different forms of decorative concrete were introduced to allow concrete edging to imitate the look of brick, slate, stone, and other hard-scapes.

Today, integral coloring, antique release agents, and a wide range of stamping methods combine to create an attractive, permanent, and cost-effective landscape border for residential and commercial landscapes. Because of the variety of applications and its aesthetic appeal, the demand for decorative landscape edging has grown substantially in recent years.

Decorative landscape borders are a great way to increase the value of your home. You can choose decorative borders to match your house, your landscape, or any other area landscape accessory such as pools, swingsets, garden areas, etc. There are many benefits to installing concrete borders in your landscape design.

Over the past several years we have grown as a company and out product line keeps improving! With 20 different patterns and 24 eye catching colors to choose from, you can personalize your concrete landscape edging to suit your unique style and personality! Brilliant Borders provides the best concrete edging service in the industry. Our crew and equipment are clean and top quality. If you are looking to increase the value of your home, consider adding any of our decorative concrete landscape borders to your yard!

Benefits

  • More economical than traditional lawn edging
  • Successful root barrier
  • Multiple color and design options
  • Custom designs including flowing curves and straight lines
  • Reduces edging and trimming time
  • Most jobs completed in one day
  • Professional appearance adds to your property value
  • Will not rust like steel
  • Will not decompose and rot like wood
  • Will not move like brick

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