Is welding required to install steel edging?

Welding is not always required to install steel edging, as it depends on the specific product and the desired installation method. Some steel edging products come in interlocking sections that can be easily connected without welding. Other products may require welding for a more secure and permanent connection.

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What areas do you cover?

We are based in Cheshire; however, we are happy to work with customers all over the Northwest. If you are a landscaper wishing to incorporate steel into your designs, check out our trade service below.

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What's the difference between Corten steel and mild steel?

Corten steel has increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion, giving it its distinctive rusted appearance, and is known for its durability and strength. Mild steel, on the other hand, is less expensive and easier to work with. It can be painted and treated but it is not as corrosion-resistant as Corten steel.

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What's a good material for retaining walls?

Corten steel’s combination of durability, aesthetic appeal, low maintenance, versatility, and stability makes it an ideal choice for retaining walls in residential and commercial settings.

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Do you offer steel edging installation in Cheshire?

Yes! We can supply and install all our steel products throughout Cheshire and the Northwest.

When should steel edging be installed during a landscaping project?

This depends on several factors, including the scope of the project, the type of edging being used, and the specific needs of the project. In general, steel edging is often installed after the initial grading and excavation work has been completed. But before any plants or other landscaping features have been installed. However, if the landscaping project involves significant changes to the topography or grading of the site, it may be necessary to install the steel edging at a later stage in the project.

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Is steel the best material for security fences and gates?

Steel is perfect for fences, gates, and other security features in your landscape design. It is difficult to cut through or break down, providing a strong barrier against intruders.

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Why incorporate steel into your landscape design project?

The rusted appearance of Corten steel can create a striking and unique visual impact in your landscape design. It can add a sense of texture, depth, and character to your outdoor space, and complement a range of different design styles, from modern to rustic. It is a unique and eye-catching material that can add both visual and functional value to your outdoor space.

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