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[Costco] COSTCO: Landscape Fabric 220' for ~$36!

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[Costco] COSTCO: Landscape Fabric 220' for ~$36!

Just saw that this was in at the Beacon Hill Calgary location.

Select "Better Barriers" for Weed Control commercial grade landscape fabric.
www.questplastics.ca


48" x 220' 1.2m x 67m
Comes with 60 ground staples! (bonus not included last year!)

This is way cheaper than you can get it from HD or Rona (~$25 for 100')
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got one last week at Costco. Great deal, much cheaper than anywhere I have seen.
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What is the quality of the fabric versus that at Rona and HD? Do you happen to know how long the warranty on the fabric is?
Hmm ... I've saved TONS of money yet I'm still broke. Oh yeah - I've got LOTS of toys to show for my savings. <--- Typical RFD way of thinking :D
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We've used the same fabric in our landscaping projects, it's really great stuff. I compared the tear strength and "toughness" of several fabrics before settling on this brand even before Costco started carrying it. Puts even some so-called "commercial" fabric I've seen to shame.
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dirkpitt wrote:
Mar 20th, 2010 1:25 pm
Just saw that this was in at the Beacon Hill Calgary location.

Select "Better Barriers" for Weed Control commercial grade landscape fabric.
www.questplastics.ca


48" x 220' 1.2m x 67m
Comes with 60 ground staples! (bonus not included last year!)

This is way cheaper than you can get it from HD or Rona (~$25 for 100')
sorry but could you be more specific as in where to click better barriers? i cant seem to find it.
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Mar 20th, 2010 6:08 pm
We've used the same fabric in our landscaping projects, it's really great stuff. I compared the tear strength and "toughness" of several fabrics before settling on this brand even before Costco started carrying it. Puts even some so-called "commercial" fabric I've seen to shame.
Thanks for the info. My concern is not only strength but length of time in application before it begins to degrade and/or fail. That's why I was asking about the warranty. Some cheaper products (usually offshore) seem adequate when purchased but fail after a farily short in service internval.
Hmm ... I've saved TONS of money yet I'm still broke. Oh yeah - I've got LOTS of toys to show for my savings. <--- Typical RFD way of thinking :D
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chandans wrote:
Mar 20th, 2010 8:27 pm
sorry but could you be more specific as in where to click better barriers? i cant seem to find it.
I know what you mean... I quoted the URL from the label on the packaging, but never found the exact product on their website.
It's good stuff, regardless--this is the third roll of the stuff that I've used in my own yard (I despise mowing...) great for under bark, gravel or other...
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Mar 20th, 2010 8:32 pm
Thanks for the info. My concern is not only strength but length of time in application before it begins to degrade and/or fail. That's why I was asking about the warranty. Some cheaper products (usually offshore) seem adequate when purchased but fail after a farily short in service internval.
It's a 20 year warranty.
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anyone know if Costco is still carrying this or is it gone by now? Knew I should have bought it when I saw it earlier.
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I was in to the Beacon Hill location in Calgary and they had about 3 large boxes left. Last year it was gone in a week!
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Can someone shed some light on the application of this fabric and the instruction on how to use it. I want to get this and use it on my vegetable garden but I don't know if this is suitable and how to lay it down.
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There is a very thorough explanation of landscape fabric preparation and application here that includes more subtle details like the use of landscape staples, and how to install plants through weed barriers.

FYI: if you're going to use landscape staples, they are a lot cheaper at stores that sell bulk products (like Burnco here in Calgary: 12 cents each) compared to $3 for a bag of 10 at Home Depot!
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Just got a roll at Costco Innes Rd.
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chandans wrote:
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sorry but could you be more specific as in where to click better barriers? i cant seem to find it.
The Select "Better Barriers" is just the grade of the landscape fabric as listed on the label--nothing to click! :)

Sorry for my extremely delayed response... I wasn't sure what you meant by "click better barriers" :confused:
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ceeatch wrote:
Apr 27th, 2010 11:51 am
Just got a roll at Costco Innes Rd.
Awesome, that's my location, gonna go this week, were there lots left?
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