Path Edging 2018-06-20T11:26:35+00:00

Path Edging

Get in touch with companies who do path edging

Fill in our form below to get in touch with up to 4 local companies who carry out path edging. All our companies have public liability insurance and are rated by past clients to help you make the best choice.

Find an approved installer now

What is path edging?

Path edging is a general term for the outer part of a path. Edging is used for a number of reasons, including restraining the paving to keep it in place, creating a step up or down and to keep soil, turf or vegetation separate from the path. Edging can be made out of concrete, clay or wood. It’s only recommended that you use wood edging on gravel or bark-mulched paths.

There are plenty of different path edgings to choose from, depending on the type of material that your path or driveway is made from. A lot of edgings are decorative, and these are usually made from concrete or clay. Styles include Victorian, citadel and antique brick, but there are many more.

Fill in the form above and we will put you in touch with up to 4 local trusted companies that will be able to help you install path edging. All our companies are insured, so you can rest assured that whoever you choose will do a great job. You can access reviews from previous customers about our driveway companies so you can decide which one is best for you.

Are you a company that installs path edging?

If you are a paving and driveway company and would like to be listed on Driveways-UK, please click here.