Founded by Pat Bray in 2012, Wonder Edge has established itself as go-to solution for proven edging products for artificial synthetic grass installation. Pat owned a prominent Southern California landscape turf installation company for a decade and through his experience in the earlier years, he began to recognize a lack of optimal solutions for edging turf. But it was one afternoon, in particular, that stood out during a walkthrough. His client turned to Pat and said “what are we going to do about that edge? It just doesn’t lookgreat.” And there was born the kernel that became Wonder Edge.
We trust that when you install your turf with Wonder Edge, you’ll realize how easy it is, how much time you save and how great your installation will turn out! Add to that the fact that you’re utilizing a post-consumer recycled product and therefore doing your part in helping our environment.
Yes, you can install Wonder Edge Standard or LP by using an adhesive or epoxy to glue the edger down to the floor. If needed, concrete screws or nails can be used as well.
Yes, the Wonder Edge LP version qualifies for access under the ADA Act. Please click here for more information.
Wonder Edge Standard can reasonably achieve a 4 ft diameter circle, like a larger tree well. It is possible to get to a tighter radius but this should be done on a hot day or with a heat gun/blow dryer to generate more flexibility. Wondering Edge LP can achieve a 2 foot diameter and we would encourage using this version for tight radius situations like tree wells, etc.
8 foot lengths.
There is an internal connector that is sold and shipped with each piece, that keep the units aligned smoothly.
Brown, Black and Green.
Please see our locations page. If there is no dealer present in your area, wed be happy to ship product direct.
Standard has a height of 7/8″ while LP has a 3/8″ height. LP also has a 45 degree angle that helps to enhance accessibility and make it ADA compliant
When you encounter a typical artificial turf installation and the turf edge is open or has a ‘soft edge’, like when terminating to a planter. Because of its height the Standard works like a small border wall to prevent plant material such as mulch, rock, and soil from collecting onto the turf. The LP is commonly used when the need is: a lower edge, a glued down perimeter with no trip hazard, more flexibility, a tighter radius.