Plastic paver edging is a material used to create a boundary or perimeter around a
paved surface made of interlocking pavers. Made from a durable and flexible plastic
material that is designed to withstand the weight and pressure of the pavers, it also
provides a clean and professional finish to the project.
One of the main advantages of using plastic paver edging when building a driveway or
patio out of pavers is that it helps to keep the pavers securely in place. The edging acts
as a barrier to prevent the pavers from shifting or moving out of position over time,
which can be particularly important in areas with heavy foot or vehicle traffic.
These plastic borders are installed using long steel spikes (or nails) by hammering them
in the ground going through the holes. While it is possible to use a spike for each one of
the holes; it is recommended to fill in 1 of every 4 to 5 holes.