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SOURCE: Edgetite Fasteners
New Edgetite™ spikes help solve the separation problem that can occur when installing paver edging with common spikes. The paver spikes are unique because of the patent pending angled tip design.
Orland Park, IL (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Frustrations that result from trying to tightly secure paver edging have reached an end with new Edgetite™ spikes. Edgetite Products, Inc. is pleased to introduce new paver edging spikes that makes paver installations stronger.
Edgetite™ spikes help solve the separation problem that can occur when installing paver edging with common spikes. They were created from firsthand experience when Jeff Goodman, a landscape/hardscape contractor with 25 years of experience, continually encountered this problem while installing paver edging. After growing tired of seeing and repairing failed brick edging for years, he felt there had to be a way to solve this problem. Edgetite™ spikes were created with this in mind.
Edgetite™ spikes are unique because of the patent pending angled tip design. As an Edgetite™ spike is hammered into the compacted base the angled tip deflects away from the installation while the head pushes the edge restraint tightly against the brick. The angled final position of an installed Edgetite™ spike resists frost heave while adding strength and longevity to your brick project.
When Mr. Goodman pounded in his first Edgetite™ spike, the result was amazing. The spike tip deflected away while the head firmly secured the edging to the brick. Now an old installation problem has a solution and the brick paving industry has an ally.
Ask your local Landscape Supply dealer about Edgetite™ spikes for your next project. See videos showing how Edgetite™ spikes work at our website http://www.edgetite.com.
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