How Do You Use Roofing Felt As A Weed Barrier?
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Roofing felt is most commonly used to provide a water barrier between roofing material and wood sheathing; however, it can also serve as an effective barrier against weeds. You can use the felt material as a weed barrier under most conditions ranging from gardening to paving and hardscape. Using roofing felt as a weed barrier is a generally straightforward task that just about anyone can complete using only basic household tools. Remove soil with the square shovel from the area that is to receive the weed barrier; the depth may vary depending on what you will place on the surface soil; use the tape measure to reach the desired depth. Lay the roofing felt on the excavated ground, overlapping strips about 8 inches and trimming ends to fit with the razor knife. Drive the landscaping spikes through the felt and into the ground with the sledge hammer; refer to the landscaping spikes’ packaging for spacing specifications. Cut small slits into the felt with the razor knife to make driving lan