Do it yourself guide
If you would like to purchase our own synthetic grass and install it yourself, there are a few important tips to follow in the process outlined below. In addition, if you have any queries along the way, feel free to contact us for advice.
Remove all existing lawn and all roots as best as possible.
Level area, wet and compact it.
Cover area with weed killer to stop any grass regrowth.
Cover area with crusher dust at least 40 to 60mm
- Level wet and compact again, check area and fill any uneven areas.
Lay your lawn, ensure all strands are running in same direction before joining.
- Peg lawn in position, lay joint tape between lawn sections folded back. Apply glue to tape and lay 1 side down at a time ensuring strands do not get glue on them.
- Now flush peg joint down about 10cm to 15cm apart.
Cut in any edges, cover total lawn with dry white sand to hold it down, brush sand in and you are done no more work.