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Lawn edging can be a beautiful way to finish a lawn patio or sidewalk. Edging is typically used for one of two purposes: defining the edge of an object, such as driveways and sidewalks, or creating something ornamental out of the plain old lawn as we do in this project.

We have put together a guide to help you cut and edge lawn for your next project, whatever it might be. Whether you’re building out of townhouses or renovating an old barn, we hope these tips will give you the foundation that you need to get started with an edging lawn!

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How often should I edge my lawn?

Edging your lawn is the perfect way to keep it looking great at all times. Most people will edge their lawn after each mowing, but you want to make sure that there are no clumps of grass left before edging because this can cause a lot of problems down the line when they start growing again and create unsightly heaps on the edges.

You should also consider edging your lawn after it rains or every two weeks during periods of excessive rainfall so that you can ensure a clean and even edge to not only keep the grass from encroaching onto the pavement but also to make sure that there isn’t an unsightly clump at any point along its length.

It’s also important to edge your lawn before you apply any fertilizer or weed killer because these products can cause the grass to grow very quickly and it will not only start encroaching onto the sidewalk but might even turn brown again. You want a nice clean edge when applying fertilizers so that they don’t cause other problems down the line.

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Building a home is one of the most expensive and important investments you will ever make in your lifetime. You want to be sure that every decision made along the way from floor plan layout, to design features like concrete work, is done with care so that you can have peace of mind when finally walking into your new space. With Frisco Concrete, you can be confident that we are committed to providing outstanding customer service at a competitive price for all types of concrete work. We offer free estimates and consultations, so there’s no need to wait any longer!