How to Install an Artificial Grass Lawn

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After you have completed the preparation stage which includes measuring how much artificial grass you will need, installing appropriate drainage (as appropriate) and removing the natural grass layer, you will be ready to install your artificial grass lawn. This post outlines the steps you must follow to help you to complete the task right, from laying the beds base, connecting joints and preventing unwanted weeds. drainage cell 

Lay Gravel Base then Sharp Sand

If required, use treated timber/timber stakes to include an area frame. We propose 4 X Two inches of tantalised treated timber for heavy clay soil areas and poorly draining areas and a couple of X 2 inches of tantalised timber for good draining areas. Screw these timbers for the stakes leaving the stakes on the inside of the perimeter. If the Artificial Grass meet a concrete path, wall or decking, set the timber flush together with the surface height and by using 10mm temporary fillet, pack the timber close to the wall leaving the space to enable you to tuck the unreal Grass between the timber and also the adjoining material at the later stage.

Squeeze stakes against the inner perimeter timber edging and hammer in the ground ensuring the stakes are slightly below the timber edging. Next screw the timber stake towards the timber edging.

With heavy clay soils we propose laying a crushed stone the top of up to 3 inches. This can not be necessary for many areas and only required in case you have a high water table the location where the ground holds water for a long period of time after it rains. Next compact the ground using a vibrating plate that can be hired from a machine hire company. Ensure the perimeter is compacted and beneath the timber edging by 1 inch. Infill the perimeter with sharp sand and level utilizing a rake. Ensure the sand is level up of the timber edging and compact again. gravel grid 

For good drainage areas spread a layer of sharp sand to blind in the soil. Next compact the floor using a vibrating plate which can be hired from a tool hire company. Ensure the perimeter is compacted and level together with the timber edging.

In case you put more are employed in at this stage, your Artificial Grass Lawn will appear better as a result.

Weed Control Layer

Use the weed control geo textile membrane and cut as necessary. Tack using small 1 inch galvanised clout nails towards the timber edging. This weed control geo textile membrane prevents any potential for weed growth through the artificial grass drainage holes.

Roll out Artificial Grass

Lay the bogus Grass in the desired direction working on the carpet and not around the levelled base. Ensure the carpet is defined to minimise cuts, joints and waste overlaying the timber edging by the minimum of 4 inches. When the artificial grass meets a way or edge, and if you have laid the timber edging correctly as previously described, then the artificial grass could be wedged between. If joining, please make sure that the artificial grass is laid using the pile running within the same direction on every piece. Lay the carpet on top of the sand in contrast to dragging it over the base material. To help you stop wrinkles or creasing you need to allow 2 to 3 hours to stay before continuing with jointing and adhesive. Cut grass to shape employing a sharp Dolphin or Stanley knife or scissors.


When jointing your outdoor carpet together, guarantee the pile runs inside the same direction. Cut-off manufacturer's edge strip (if present) and butt two edges together ensuring there won't be any gaps greater than 1mm backward and forward carpet edges. The truth of this will determine how visible the join is following the completion. Fold back edges and position jointing tape (smooth side down) so your edges of the carpet fulfill the tape when joined.


a) Use the cartridge adhesive within a zig zag motion onto the rougher side of the tape allowing one cartridge for each and every 3 linear metres. Turn down carpet and press both edges in to the wet adhesive, ensuring every piece marries up and has no overlap. When you are doing this with your fingers, mix the fibres together to conceal the join. Once the whole length is in place and you are satisfied with its appearance it is vital to walk along the join repeatedly to activate the glue and bond the grass to the tape. Weigh down the seam to make sure good contact with the glue until it cures. Greater care taken using the operation the neater and tidier the joint is going to be.


b) If using the 2-component multi-purpose adhesive, ensure thorough mixing of the two components before use. Apply adhesive on the rough side from the tape and spread evenly across a width with a minimum of 20cm using if possible a notched trowel. Sufficient adhesive should be applied so that if the artificial grass carpet is pressed to the adhesive, a transfer within the carpet backing is complete. Turn down carpet and press both edges to the wet adhesive, ensuring every bit marries up and has no overlap. Ensure that the carpet does not crest in the seam and is holding flat in the bonded area. When the whole length is within place and you are pleased with its appearance it's important to walk along the join several times to activate the glue and bond the grass for the tape. Weight the seam to make certain good contact with the glue until it cures. The greater care taken using the operation the neater and tidier the joint is going to be.

While you should endeavour never to put adhesive on top of the carpet small amounts of glue is easy to remove from the artificial grass fibre using White Spirit and a small off cut from the artificial grass. Small quantities of cured glue typically be removed. You need to situation and the chance for damage to the artificial grass, care and precautions must be taken to avoid connection with the fibres constantly.

When the artificial grass may be jointed and glued and you really are happy with the levels screw the grass for the timber perimeter framework using galvanised screws at least of 12 inch intervals.

Spread Sand (Optional, determined by Grass Selected)

Once the artificial grass has been laid use silica sand, that is kiln dried and brush into carpet along the way. Each product might have sand infill but this is just used to stabilise the carpet and at no time if the sand be visible. You should obtain an even spread over the surface using a brush to produce the depth in layers. Don't apply the sand a single application. Brush sand into pile just after laying while the artificial grass is dry although weather is good. Brush vigorously from the fibres of the carpet pile to stimulate the tufts to stand upright. Putting the right amount of sand in helps hold the artificial grass to bed down, protects the fibres as well as keeps them standing to give it the look of real grass.

After the hard work has been done, you'll be able to sit back and relax knowing that your artificial grass lawn will be great and require minimal maintenance.

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