Wood stakes are a pointed piece of wood made to be driven into the ground as a marker or support. They are commonly used in erosion and sediment control applications to help support rolled products such as erosion control blankets or silt fencing.
Wood stakes are ideal for many landscaping and civil sitework construction applications. They are available in various lengths and diameters to satisfy many applications, from marking site elevations to outlining garden beds. Since they are made with untreated wood, they are easy to paint or write on and serve as an economical option against their metal/steel counterpart.