Artificial grass installation process.

Can't you just lay it on mud? This is a question we get asked quite a lot during the site survey. NO, sorry this isn't something we do. For artificial grass to look its best everyday and for it to last it needs a suitable sub base to lay on.

The process is detailed below -


Stage One - Remove all lawn area to a suitable depth of 3-4 inches below the finished level.


Stage Two - Frame out area using fully pressure treated timbers and secure in place using treated spikes.


Stage Three - Contact down to a depth of 3 inch 28mm quarry waste hardcore. This gives you the first stage of a suitable base to work from and also aids drainage.


Stage Four - Compact down and flatten a granite dust layer to a depth of 1 - 2 inch.


Stage Five - Roll out the weed membrane, to prevent any growth coming up through the finished grass.


Stage Six - Roll out the artificial grass and secure in place to the timber edging using suitable screws.


Stage Seven - Brush in a Kiln dried sand and fluff up using a specialised artificial grass brush. The kiln dried sand help the grass fibres stand up and creates the stunning finish you are after.






At HGSpaces we provide the best in Insulated Garden Rooms, Summerhouses, Log Cabins, Sheds, Workshops,

American Hot Tubs, Luxury Wooden Gazebos, Artificial Grass, Putting Greens and Children's Climbing Frames. 

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Call - 07584626911

HGSpaces Ltd   |  Registered in West Yorkshire, England |  Company Number 10673141 

 Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 9am & 5pm,​​ Saturday: 9am & 1pm, ​Sunday: Closed

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