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Peter T

Albion Park NSW

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"Turned up spot on time, friendly and efficient, highly recommended."

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Corey H

Calderwood NSW

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What do garden edging services include?

Garden edging services involve designing and creating borders to define your garden, lawn, or pathway clearly. From stones and bricks to wood and metal, our Taskers can work with a wide range of materials to highlight a specific area of your garden, add aesthetic appeal, and help keep your entire outdoor space tidy and organised. For a better idea on what garden border edging best fits your home, here is more information:

Stone garden edging

Garden edging stone is one of the most popular choices for outlining walkways, patios, and other garden elements. Stones come in different shapes, sizes, and textures, allowing plenty of design options even for those with more discerning tastes. Stone borders are generally economical, easily accessible, and require zero or minimal maintenance, thus making it the perfect complement to your lawns and flower beds.

Wooden garden edging

Wooden garden edging adds a rustic vibe to your garden and lawn. Recycled pallets can be cut into different lengths if you're looking for something unique and casual or arranged evenly for a more polished look. Use natural tree branches and logs if you want a more earthy feel to your garden. Just make sure that you utilise healthy branches and logs to avoid any rotting or stains that usually come with time and rapidly changing weather conditions.

Metal garden edging

Metal garden edging gives off a modern and contemporary look to your garden. Most metal edging work consists of aluminium or steel, both having advantages and disadvantages. Aluminium is less likely to rust, while steel is a sturdier and more substantial material. Regardless of your choice, metal garden edges establish a clean, crisp border that does the job of separating your different landscape elements.

Brick garden edging

Brick garden edging is an affordable yet visually appealing way to define the various sections of your garden. Stacked bricks form a tall barrier that thoroughly separates your plants and flower beds from your grass, while bricks placed horizontally and vertically side by side add more dimension and texture to your landscape. Bricks can also be laid out flat in a shallow trench for a more clean-cut and uniformed look.

Plastic garden edging

Plastic garden edging makes for an easy and quick garden edging fence installation. Manufactured plastic edging is inexpensive, easy to install, and readily found at your local garden centre or hardware store. Whether these materials are made to look like cobblestones or marble or only a Flexi-Curve garden edge, plastic edging is ideal for someone needing a quick fix but still want a clean, minimalist look to their garden.

Concrete garden edging

Concrete garden edging has become a design trend in recent years due to its low cost, long lifespan, and a variety of design opportunities. You can use it to create simple flat lines to set apart your grass and flower bed or mould it according to your style, shape, and size preferences. Because of its durability and weather resistance, concrete edges are also not prone to fading, rust, or deterioration.

Recent Garden Edging tasks in Illawarra

Laying stepping stones and garden edging

$5

Wentworth Falls, New South Wales, Australia

24th Jun 2020

I have 21 pavers about 400x400 I’d like to lay as stepping stones in my mother’s garden. The grass is on a slight slope. I also have a garden bench I want to place on a flat surface in a slopes corner of the garden either on mulch or pavers. If there’s time in the same day I have some garden edging to lay but the pavers are the priority. Need help this Friday if possible. Budget here is for quoting purposes.

Garden edging and filling

$500

Thirroul NSW, Australia

27th Dec 2018

Make bricked garden edges (should know how to cement bricks) - brick will be provided. The bricks should be about 35mm higher then the ground (grassed area) Remove soil and refill with garden soil and weed free mat. plants will be provided. May have to get a small bob cat to remove soil and some plants. There is one high tree which stays there.

Need a concreted paver garden edge

$350

Cordeaux Heights NSW 2526, Australia

17th May 2020

I need an experienced brickie or landscaper to help build a concreted garden edge using pavers. I will supply materials and dig out the garden.

Mow front lawn and tidy up garden edges

$60

Stanwell Park NSW 2508, Australia

28th Oct 2015

I have a pretty small garden in Stanwell Park and i just need the front lawn mowed and garden tided up asap. Can anyone help? Thanks! Suzy

Reinstall Garden edge

$200

Cordeaux Heights NSW, Australia

13th Dec 2020

Hello, I have a timber garden edge that has come loose. It needs to be reinstalled.

Good job done in good time. Would recommend Corey.

Garden edging and paving

$500

Flinders, New South Wales, Australia

13th Feb 2019

I need about 12 meters of garden edging and relaying some pavers at my home in Flinders. I have existing garden edging but would like it built up by adding another row of bricks to the existing row. So you will need to supply the bricks, tools etc. I have about 2 sq meters of pavers than have become uneven and would like re-layed to level off. So you'll need sand and tools etc.