Backyard Artificial Grass
While many people may think that you can use the same artificial turf solution for both your front and back yard, sometimes this may not be ideal. Depending on how often you utilize your back yard, you may want to consider a more durable solution. Remember your home's front yard may have a dedicated entrance meaning your artificial turf may not get as much use as the back yard. This is especially true for those clients of ours who have young children or active teenagers. To find out more we suggest you give us a call today.
Weed Free ?
Many of our clients have the same question after we have professionally laid their new artificial turf solution- will the weeds make it through? The simple answer is that no matter how well we have prepared and laid your new surface, weeds can make it through . However this is caused not by poor workmanship. As you will notice most of the weed growth will take place on the edges, these are called surface weeds. This is because wind will blow air-born seeds throughout your garden and inevitably some will land on your turf .
What Goes Under My Artificial Grass?
There are a range of turf foundation solutions to choose from when it comes to finding the perfect solution for your outdoor space. Your final decision will depend on a range of factors which need to be carefully considered. Among these is what kind of surface will you be laying the artificial grass on, Is it a hard surface or softer sand based surface? Do we use a sand infill , weed membranes or a simple grass underlay? The choices are limitless and we promise we have just the right artificial solution for you .
Preparing Your Space
As with any new project that you embark upon, it is crucial to always do prudent planning and preparation. This is no different when you plan to lay an artificial lawn. Firstly we will need to remove any existing grass or debris from the chosen area. We then give the surface a good watering so that it is easier to work with. Tilling the soil is the next step and we then proceed to level out the area and make sure any rocks or clumps of soil are removed or broken up. To find out more, give us a call today to fully understand the process .
Artificial Grass Looking Flat?
This is a common problem when it comes to servicing requests from our clients. This can be caused by leaving a heavy load on your grass for an extended period of time. This will cause the grass fibers to lie flat. Luckily for our clients the solution is simple; take a regular broom and give the surface a good sweep. This motion will force the fibers back to their original state and have them looking as good as new in no time at all. For more tips and hints for keeping your turf in tip top condition, give us a call.