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Artificial Grass

Artficial Grass - Outdoor Carpet

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Having an outdoor carpet is becoming much more popular as many people choose to resurface muddy gardens and play areas with the specialist carpet. Synthetic turf surfacing is commonly installed to a number of facilities, including:
  • Gardens – Muddy natural grass can be resurfaced to create a low maintenance leisure lawn.
  • Schools and Nurseries – Soft outdoor surface play areas to enjoy different activities during play time and lessons.
  • Golf Putting Greens – Small recreational golfing areas in gardens and children’s recreational facilities.
  • Sports Pitches – 3G and sand filled artificial lawn for full sized football pitches and multi use games areas.

What are the Benefits of Artificial Grass?

An artificial grass outdoor carpet is completely porous so it’s ideal for urban areas as rain water can drain through it and it doesn’t become muddy in wet weather. Once installed, the newest technologies of carpet mean that the artificial fibres are more UV stable so they keep their colour for a long time and are resistant to fading from sun exposure. We can also provide specialist safety surfaces - presented here - for outdoor areas including gardens which are used as play areas for young children.

Please fill in the enquiry box to speak to one of our specialists regarding the costs of synthetic lawn carpet installations, and creating a design for your project. When you fill in our application form, it is great to have as much detail as you are able to add, this is because when we receive an email, we are able to look at the information provided and assist you in the most effective way possible. If we do not get the ifnormation we need, the process will be slower because we have to wait until we have go it all. The details which we nned is your name, postcode, phone number and description of what service you require.


Installing Synthetic Leisure Grass Near Me

Having a fake leisure grass installation for a domestic garden, play area or public park near me, it’s important to choose an experienced contractor who has carried out previous similar projects, this will ensure you get a professional service and a good quality end result.

How to Install Fake Grass

If you would like to find out how to install fake grass please follow the steps below:
  1. Excavate the existing surface
  2. Prepare the sub base
  3. Install a sand screed layer
  4. Install geotextile membrane
  5. Lay the artificial turf carpet
  6. Glue joints and edges together

The first stage of installing synthetic leisure grass is to excavate the existing area and prepare the ground with a suitable sub base. A sand screed layer is then put down to give the area smooth levels before the outdoor carpet installation. You can also choose to have a heavy duty membrane put down to stop weeds growing up through the surface of the lawn. The next stage is to roll out the artificial carpet onto the prepared ground and then glue it down at the joints and the edges.

Sand can then be spread out and brushed within the synthetic fibres to keep them upright and enhance the appearance. Once the installation of the turf is complete, the surfacing is relatively low maintenance but regular brushing should be done to keep the infill evenly distributed and to remove any debris from within the fibres. 

Enquire now

The costs for an artificial leisure grass installation can vary for each project as area size, location and design specifications all have an impact on the price of the job. We can offer you a quotation for the work based on these factors so feel free to send us over the information and we’ll get back to you with some advice and an estimate of costs for the outdoor carpet installation.
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