Devon Artificial Grass Installations
Devon Artificial Grass, Devon Artificial Lawn, Artificial Surface, Artificial Play Ground, Artificial Putting Lawn, Golf Putting Green
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Installation

Installation Process

If you’re looking how to lay artificial grass, we recommend contacting us first, Devon Artificial Grass provide a full installation service along with our products. To achieve the highest standard of appearance and to ensure your artificial grass maximises its life span –a quality installation is essential.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our installations and there are 2 key factors that distinguish us from some of our competitors.

Preparation of the base is key to the look and stability of the grass for years to come, which is why Devon Artificial Grass will always lay a base of aggregate in addition to sharp sand – many others only lay a base of sharp sand.

Additionally we will remove all existing sod and waste – many of our competitors will ask you to hire a skip and of course you have to pay for it – we include all of this!

Step 1

Step1

Our free installation survey will review the existing lawn and work out levels.

Step 2

To kick things off, first the existing lawn surface has to be removed to a depth of 70mm.

Step 3

We lay a geotextile layer for ground stability, the entire perimeter is edged using 2×2 tanalised timber to ensure the sub-base material is supported. Cement haunching is used to edge a patio instead of timber.

Step 4

A type 1 limestone is installed to a depth of 40mm.

Step 5

The ground is then compacted using a wacker plate to avoid sinkage and achieve a solid base.

Step 6

25mm layer of sharp sand is added, levelled off and compacted again to ensure a smooth surface.

Step 7

A durable weed membrane is installed to keep weeds from growing.

Step 8

The grass is then carefully rolled into position across the entire area.

Step 9

Perfect seams, joining grasses are lined up and joined with high strength seaming tape.

Step 10

The adhesive is then spread onto the seaming tape to ensure a tight bond.

Step 11

Next, the grass is gently folded down onto the adhesive.

Step 12

The grass is finally secured with small nails to the timber edge around the perimeter of the garden.

The finished product…

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Get in touch for free advice or to discuss installing your new lawn.