Artificial Grass / July 5, 2018 / Lenore.
Apply the weed control geo textile membrane and cut as necessary. Tack using small 1 inch galvanised clout nails to the timber edging. This weed control geo textile membrane prevents any chance of weed growth through the artificial grass drainage holes. Lay the Artificial Grass in the desired direction working on the carpet and not on the levelled base. Ensure the carpet is positioned to minimise cuts joints and waste overlaying the timber edging by a minimum of 4 inches.
If it is used for domestic or commercial use it will add beauty to the garden space and also remain safe or children and pets and also provides you greenly environment as it look and feel like natural grass. It is very safe for children who are allergic to natural grass. While considering with pets any pet waste can be washed off with a garden hose and household cleaner.
Spread Sand (Optional depending on Grass Selected). When the artificial grass has been laid use silica sand which is kiln dried and brush into carpet as you go. Each product could have sand infill but this is only used to stabilise the carpet and at no time should the sand be visible. You must obtain an even spread over the surface using a brush to build up the depth in layers. Do not apply the sand in one application. Brush sand into pile immediately after laying while the artificial grass is dry and while weather is good.
It was introduced as astro turf and due to various technological advancements it has improved to various stages and turned into artificial grass or fake grass which is very safe and near to the real thing. Now it is installed everywhere as it suits for residential and business premises and sports facilities. As there is no need for maintenance it will reduce cost and also there is no health hazard aspect.