East Midlands No.1 Installer and Supplier of Artificial Grass

Installation of our Artificial Grass

We can supply and install artificial grass from grould clearance, preparation, sub base sand installation and finished off by the artificial grass carpet. Have your artificial grass professionally installed anywhere in the East Midlands for a perfect finish.
We have installed plenty of lawns as well as balconies, play areas and also commercially drinking and smoking areas.
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Self Installation

As we also supply artificial grass then see our installation guide below

Material : spade, hand roller or vibrating plate, a sharp Stanley knife, large pair of sharp scissors, a mixer to mix the bi-component adhesive, stiff brush, hammer, stainless nails, geo-textile, spatula, rake, stainless screws.

Before Start

Work out the lengths and widths you require. Lay out the area where to install the artificial grass.

Ground Preparation for gardens

  • Remove all vegetation and rocks, down to the bare earth (pic.1) (pic.2)
  • A sub base of sand is installed. This base should be porous.
  • Spread, level and compact the sub base with a hand roller or vibrating plate (pic.3).
  • During dry conditions wet the sub base a day before the installation ( pic.4).
  • Nail a geo-textile weed barrier to the base (pic.5)
  • For our Budget Grass range we advise you put a border of 2" x 1" treated wood around the garden when you level the ground and nail the grass to that.
  • In some certain circumstances you may need to use the wooden border mentioned above on the Summer Grass and Perfect Grass ranges.

Ground Preparation on existing hard surfaces

  • Remove surface imperfections
  • Thoroughly clean to remove all dirt, paint, grease that will prevent good adhesion

Installation on Gardens


  • The rolls are laid out. As all rolls have a directional pile, ensure that all rolls are laid
  • out in the same direction*
  • Cut carefully in the backing of the artificial grass and trim (pic.6).
  • Adjacent rolls should be laid together ensuring that straight cut edges can be butted close together. Butt both surfaces together, ensuring the pile is running in the same direction (pic.7).
  • The edges are then folded back (pic.8)*

Seaming tape

  • The seaming tape is used to put the rolls together. Unroll the seaming tape along the seam line, ensuring equal tape laid centrally along the seam (pic.9)*
  • Before applying the adhesive, fix the seaming tape to the sub base with stainless nails.*


  • Mix the bi-component adhesive with a mixer*
  • Apply the adhesive with a spatula to the top surface of the seaming tape. (pic.10)
  • The edges of the artificial grass are now folded back and pressed down. Match the
  • directional pile of the rolls. (pic.11)*


  • Fix with stainless screws on wooden beams (treated to prevent moisture) or with stainless nails in the sub base.


  • Brush the piles. (pic.12)

Brush in Sand
(Summer Grass & Perfect Grass only)

  • Sweep 1/2 bag (12.5kg) of dry kiln sand per square metre after laying the grass to weigh to grass down and stand the pile of grass up.

Installation on existing hard surfaces

  • Lay out the rolls
  • Rolls can be loose laid or fixed with a spots of outdoor adhesive or with
  • double-sided adhesive tape.
  • Brush the piles.

* if joins have to be made

Artificial Grass Installation


Artificial Grass Installation




Artificial Grass Installation

There are no warranties regarding this installation information nor any results guaranteed by using the installation information.