Bric-Edge Landscape Edging

Introduced by Oly-Ola in 1992, it is the original “L” shaped paver restraint. Bric-Edg’s simple design was no accident. At the time of its introduction, no paver restraints were available that could be installed underneath the pavers and the available restraints did not allow for turf growth alongside the paver after installation. Improving on an existing idea, it was determined that the “L” shape was the best design to solve these problems.

And, as with all Oly-Ola products, this new restraint needed to be the strongest on the market; therefore, it was made with high grade PVC with no fillers or blown in material. Its success is evident by the many competitors who have since tried to copy the design. Today, Bric-Edg remains the industry leader.

For more information please visit Oly-Ola’s website

  • Material: Black rigid polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and carbon black concentrate
  • Packaging: 6 – 15 ft pieces per bundle or 12 – 7.5 ft pieces per box/bundle (90 ft)
  • Each Piece Includes: Edge restraint only – Steel stakes and H-clip sold separate at discount
  • Average Wall Thickness: Vertical Leg – .115 – .125 of an inch / Horizontal Leg – .110 – .120 of an inch
  • Dimensions Per Piece: Depth – 2 inch vertical leg / Width – 3 inch horizontal leg
  • Approximate Weight: 15 ft bundle – 31 lbs / 7.5 ft bundle – 31 lbs / 7.5 ft box – 36 lbs (incl. stakes)






Bric-Edge Flex 15′ w/24 stakes

6 pcs/ bundle


Bric-Edge Rigid 15′ w/24 stakes

6 pcs/bundle


Bric-Edge Steel Stakes 9″ x 1″

1 stake



Paver Restraint: Install the bricks or pavers according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. If installing underneath the pavers, measure the final row of pavers before securing the paver restraint. When installing outside the pavers, simply butt the restraint up against the pavers. Once in place, secure the restraint with steel stakes.

Staking: Secure the restraint by staking it every 2 feet at minimum through the holes provided on the horizontal leg. When installing the restraint outside of the pavers, pound the stake at a 45 degree angle toward the pavers. When installing the restraint underneath the pavers, stake at a 90 degree angle until the top of stake is flush with the horizontal leg. Use extra stakes when securing joints and curves. Do not make the mistake of using too few stakes, especially when the ground is exposed to cold temperatures.