14th August 2022


Ever Edge

PO Box 333, Market Drayton, Shropshire,
United Kingdom, TF9 4WL
Tel: 01453 731717,

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EverEdge at Saltex 2021

Over the last 18 months EverEdge has missed out on meeting our customers face to face at trade shows around the country. Saltex 2021 is an opportunity to get back to some normality by putting ourselves in front of new and existing customers to speak about future projects and to get feedback on work we have done in the past. This year we will be exhibiting our range of landscape edging products, steel planters and showcasing our custom made options.

The EverEdge range of steel landscape edging products offers an edge suitable for any specification. For the vast majority of domestic gardens there is no better choice than the EverEde Classic range of steel edging. 1m long sections join together and can be installed in virtually any shape and design that can be imagined. For larger installations on driveways and pathways, EverEdge ProEdge offers a thicker and longer edging option. EverEdge Titan is used primarily in commercial installations and can be specified in a range of heights and thicknesses to suit most projects. For hard landscaping jobs, EverEdge Halestem can be specified. Halestem is an L shaped edging perfect for use with tarmac, resin bonded surfaces and paving. For anything else, EverEdge offers a custom made service to allow customers to specify exactly what they require.

Over the last few years EverEdge Planters, Steel Walls and Podium Edging have been specified on a more and more regular basis for projects across the UK. Planters for domestic and commercial settings can be ordered in a variety of sizes and finishes as can the steel walls and podium edging. CorTen steel is popular in commercial settings as it is more hard wearing and less likely to be damaged. In domestic installations, planters can be powder coated in almost any colour to suit every garden.

EverEdge was invented and designed in the UK over 25 years ago and continues to be manufactured in the Midlands.

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