The idea that you don’t want to pay a contractor to install your artificial turf is understandable. However, the fact is, it’s a terrific feeling to do anything on your own. Every step of the way, we’re here to lead you, and we believe in you!

Follow our guide on how to build artificial grass yourself without the high cost for a flawless finish. This is the easiest way artificial grass can be laid. Amazing Turf can help you in Artificial Turf Melton.


 Search for underground risks

Under the surface of your chosen installation area, water pipes and electric lines can be located. At the pipe stage, cover the sprinklers or uninstall them if you no longer need them. For quick water clear-out, install the appropriate drainage pipes. To prevent uneven floors, mark the location of unused sprinklers.

By pushing them away from the perimeter by six to eight inches, cover your electric wires. Keep them out of the way so that they can not be harmed as you protect the edges of the turf.

Until building the foundation material for artificial turf for soil/dirt surfaces, field preparation

Get Rid of Weeds 

Before installing your turf, the first thing you do is kill the grassroots and weeds.

With a non-toxic weed killer that you trust, spray the field. Do this at least two weeks prior to the installation date you choose. Killers of weeds require enough time to work. Fill your spot thoroughly with weed killers to make sure there won’t be any evidence of life on your lawn.

Remove the dirt from the top sheet

Excavate the top by three or four inches or make room for the new foundation. Then step across the field or apply pressure to loose soil using a hand tamp.

Sort the drainage

You’ll have little to no issues if you’re installing artificial grass on top of well-draining soil. This is because there are outstanding plastic lawn drains. Install an adequate irrigation system if it’s on top of poorly drained soil. Drainage holes every six inches across the perimeter should be appropriate if your area receives very light rain.

Mount a bender board 

Map the perimeter such that you have a straight line to distinguish the field of your turf from the other areas of your grass. As a reference, fence it so that your turf can not crawl out of its allocated space.

Install a gopher wire

Little by little, roll the gopher wire out into the assembly area. By placing u-shaped staples on a few feet, protect the laid pieces so that they do not slip with time. Using a wire cutter to shave it down to size after thoroughly unrolling.

Build a weed barrier if needed

The layout at the bottom of the dug-up region of a geotextile layer. Prior to the foundation material of the artificial turf. It’s always recommended that you take help from a Synthetic Grass Melton based service provider.

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