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Have you ever had problems with concrete haunching cracking or not allowing grass to grow properly right to the edge of your paving? Pavemaster is the solution!

Used for both traditional concrete paving and permeable paving, Pavemaster comes in two variations, the original Pavemaster, for projects that are predominately curves, and Pavemaster Max for projects that are predominantly straight lines. Pavemaster Max can be used on curves by cutting out the webs to allow it to bend.

There are two options for anchoring, plastic stakes or spikes.

Use with pavers, bricks, or stones along walkways, driveways, or patios.

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Product Specs

Both edgings are made from heavy duty HDPE recycled plastic for years of solid retaining power. The handy 2.4m lengths make quick work of any paving project.
You can cut Pavemaster to length using a timber cutting saw or a hacksaw.





PaveMaster Edging


PaveMaster Max Paver Edging


PaveMaster Stakes


PaveMaster Paver Spikes

Both the standard PaveMaster and PaveMaster Max Edging are 40 mm in height.


Pavemaster Install Guide

July 2021

Frequently Asked Questions

PaveMaster can expand and contract in the heat and under load without cracking, whereas concrete tend to crack and lose it’s strength, causing your paving to fail.

Absolutely, the PaveMaster can be used as edging between mulch / bark and stones.

For straight lengths, we recommend using stakes every 600mm at a minimum although every 400mm is preferable. The more stakes you use, the better the job. For curves, you will need to use every 200mm-300mm.

To join two lengths of PaveMaster Landscape Edging together, we recommend to ‘butt’ the two ends hard against each other and pin.

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