We have been laying artificial grass for over ten years, in many different settings. In general it is most suited to the smaller garden where the grass is constantly worn out with feet, or the shady garden where the grass just won’t grow. But it is also suitable anywhere that a low maintenance, soft green surface is required.
The choice of surface preparation is key to achieving the best result; ideally a rubber shock-pad is laid on a base of well compacted crushed stone dust prior to installing the grass. Also a hard edge is required around the grass to prevent the edge from curling up; this can be a paved edge or a wall or 3” x 2” treated timbers fixed to treated pegs driven in the ground.
With many years experience in designing and landscaping with artificial grass, we can offer expertise and advice for any size of job