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Artificial grass Installation

Artificial grass can be installed in different ways.


Replacing existing lawn or similar

When replacing an existing lawn or something similar for example a gravelled area, there is two different ways to do it.


And the difference is dependant on what you are going to use your artificial lawn for.


Heavy use

A sub-base is required for heavy use on a concentrated area. For example if you plan on putting a patio table and chairs on the grass or for kids playing football on it constantly. read more...


Light use

When a sub-base is not required is for decorative lawns with light use from people and regular use from dogs. read more...


For hard surfaces

For hard surfaces such as concrete or decking. You must ensure that the surface is smooth, then the artificial grass may be glued directly onto the surface, or otherwise held in place.


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