What is the difference between all the different types of staples you sell?
Our staples differ based on length, width, gauge (a measure of thickness), type of top, and whether or not they are galvanized (rust-resistant). The staple best for your needs will vary based on your intended application.
Sod or landscape staples are great for securing landscape fabric or astroturf to soil and building weed barriers.
What are landscape staples? What are garden staples?
Landscape or garden staples are steel pins used to hold down landscape fabric, pipes, fake grass, or anything that needs to be secured to soil. Made of low carbon thick steel, they're durable and can be used with all types of landscape fabric, weed barrier fabric, erosion control matting, jute/burlap netting, artificial turf, and drip irrigation tubing.
How are these staples different from those at Home Depot?
Sandbaggy staples are thicker, longer, and stronger than those sold at Home Depot and Lowes, so they don't bend as easily during installation and secure fabrics better.