How easy is it to lay artificial grass?

At Lawn World, when asked ‘how easy is it to lay artificial grass?’, we always recommend using a professional team. Laying artificial turf is a highly skilled job that requires an experienced team and the relevant tools and materials.

 

If you’re looking for a temporary fix, then it is possible to lay the grass yourself. However, you won’t be able to achieve the long lasting results that a professional installation team can provide. There are fundamental systems to follow when it comes to foundations and drainage. If they are not followed, then you could be left with a waterlogged and unsightly garden.

 

Our expert installation team at Lawn World use a strategic 4 phase system designed to enhance the lifespan of your lawn. Starting with a full excavation, the team start by clearing and leveling your garden. This helps to remove any debris and sharp items. They then use specially sourced crushed rock and grano for the foundations. This provides a solid base for the synthetic turf and allows liquids to drain through freely. 2” x 2” plastic battens are then installed around the edge of the garden which act as reinforcers once the turf has been installed.

 

After laying the foundations, the team install a K9 Turf ProFLow Urethane backing which enhances drainage by up to 400%. The backing has four layers including two dense gauge woven layers, a 5-pick layer, and a urethane compound coating. This specific backing technique has been designed to repel liquids such as urine and stop any toxic pockets from forming.

 

Once the foundations and backing have been installed, the team lay K9 Turf ZeoLite Infill which prevents the buildup of bacteria and helps keep any nasty odours at bay. Finally, enzyme cleaners are used to completely clear any waste or bacteria.

 

Therefore, the question ‘how easy is it to lay artificial grass?’ depends on the results you are looking for. If you want a lawn that will last for up to 20 years then we recommend hiring a professional installation team.

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