In just a few hours we can transform a dilapidated plot of land into a fresh, natural space, full of green and ready to enjoy for years to come. When it comes to installing artificial grass we have tons of experience.
We have over 10 years experience in landscaping, home garden, playground and sports projects. This has allowed us to develop expertise and refine the installation process. If you want to see how we do it, or want to install artificial grass yourself, we have put together a simple guide to help you.
There can be many reasons for wanting to install artificial grass in your garden. No mud, no maintenance and year long access to your garden.
First things first, it is time to remove the existing turf and soil, ready for the artificial grass base preparation. We strip away any natural grass and create a level ground which we can then replace with the artificial turf. The easiest way of doing this is by using a turf cutter which will strip away terrain easily. It is best to remove the turf to a depth of a couple of inches. Free draining lawns will require at least a 2 inches base, whereas poor draining lawns will require more than 3 inches as a base.